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From Carl Trieloff <cctriel...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Unable to install qpid
Date Fri, 06 Mar 2009 13:39:58 GMT

If you have a RHEL, Fedora or such DVD, that will also work.
Carl.


ft420 wrote:
> Hi
> My problem is i don't have Internet on Linux machine. So yum is of no use to
> me, i had searched for     -devel packages for boost and e2fsprogs on
> internet, but could not find it. I suppose pkgconfig doesnot have -devel
> package. Google gives many links to boost-devel & e2fsprogs-devel downloads
> but none of them are active i.e. there are no rpm files available on the
> links mentioned.
>
>
>
> Carl Trieloff wrote:
>   
>> you are most likely missing the yum install boost-devel
>>
>> Carl.
>>
>>
>> ft420 wrote:
>>     
>>> I installed ruby. As per the INSTALL file in qpid i installed boost,
>>> e2fsprogs, pkgconfig in a folder named QPID.
>>> To install qpid following steps are carried out
>>> Step1: ./configure --prefix=QPID executes successfully
>>> Step2: make install
>>> this gives error. Error is while compiling the files available in
>>> qpid-cpp-M4/qpidc-0.4/src in QueueBinding.h as it does not get
>>> boost/ptr_container/ptr_list.hpp file.
>>>
>>> Please let me know the solution. 
>>>   
>>>       
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