--- Comment #26 from Jochen Schmitt <Jochen(a)herr-schmitt.de> 2009-10-15 15:58:47
(In reply to comment #25)> look for the motif files in /usr/include/Xm/. I
think that there will be
others complaining because the libs have been moved to a new
Hopefully there aren't that many that are forced to use openmotif.
The software that I use relies on openmotif. Lesstif isn't appropriate. It
causes problems with the software. I can understand the desire to not overwrite
the lesstif files. If someone wants the openmotif libs, he/she probably doesn't
care about losing the lesstif files.
RHEL (4.x, 5.x) and Ubuntu have openmotif libraries. They place them in the
/usr/include/Xm/ and /usr/lib. By changing the location, this will create a
hardship for those that expect the files in the traditional locations.
Ths issue is, that lesstif puts their files on /usr/include and /usr/lib(64),
so I have put the files on /usr/include/openmotif and /usr/lib(64)/openmotif to
avoid a packaging comflict agains lesstif.
You chould try to specified thhis path on you configure script. If this should
not works, you may contact me vis email.
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