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I've noticed that Fedora doesn't always install all the devel packages 
that I would expect it to. Memory says that the GTK is one, but I could 
be mistaken.

On Wed, 17 Aug 2005, Vernard Martin wrote:

> I'm running RHEL4 and I was trying to install a package that uses 
> ./configure
> I got the following error:
>  checking for gtk-config... no
> configure: error: * GTK not found on this system, unable to build *
> Now I know that gtk is on the system as RedHat Fedora both use the GNOME 
> environment heavily and GTK is used all over the place. But exactly what 
> package provides the gtk-config program/script? And is there a nice way 
> to disable this check? I looked throught he configure script and didn't 
> see one there.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated
> Vernard
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