On Wed, 28 Oct 2015, Alessandro Astuti wrote:
I'm currently using debian testing + gnome shell 3.18, kernel 4.2.
for my master thesis purposes, I've compiled Gretl with OBCD support,
following the instructions in the user guide that say to add the prefix
./configure --with-odbc --with-ODBC-prefix=/opt/ODBC when configuring.
I've also installed all the necessary dependencies, when giving the commands
configure, make and make check everything goes fine.
But I've noticed that when performin sudo make install I see a lot of warning
(red-colored in my console)
The warnings are probably just about relinking, and can be ignored.
and, at the end, when opening gretl, I get this
/usr/local/bin/gretl_x11: error while loading shared libraries:
libgretl-1.0.so.15: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
You probably need to update the run-time linker's database, via the
Also I've noticed that in the output of the command ./configure,
the line gtk version, I see 2.0 instead of 3.0 (shouldn't be by
default gtk 3.0?) Did I miss something when compiling?
By default it will be gtk 3.0, if all the "devel" apparatus is in
place for that variant. To figure out what's happening on your system
we'd need to see the file config.log that gets generated by the