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LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib worked for me on Debian Squeeze.


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First of all, if you are running Ubuntu Maverick you had already glib installed before you started. Second: Why don't you install Audacity from the repositories of Ubuntu and skip the compiling part. Look at this: 1, 2 About replacing glib 2.26, I recommend you don't do such a thing, since Gtk+ version have hard version dependecy over Glib, and if you ...


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I figured out the problem. dpkg will only show the binary *.debpackages as installed. If you just ./configure && make && make install it will not show up in dpkg. so I put this prefix ./configure --prefix=/usr while building.


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You should extract them into and build them in a normal user's home directory. You should install them into /usr/local via sudo.


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Yes so just following the instructions in the INSTALL file: ./configure, make, make install; works fine. It gets installed by default into /usr/local/share I prefer to extract it to the home folder just in case the tar is needed again in the future.


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Try installing glib via MacPorts.


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In case anyone still has this problem, I needed to install the glib1 port to get Firefox to build; the glib port installed glib 2.3 which doesn't work.



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