On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 1:29 AM, manohar cr <manohar(dot)cr(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> Hi Kevin,
> Sorry for reply so late.
> Here is more detail for you.
> I am trying to install pgadmin3 in my suse linux enterprise server 10 with
> I am trying to install pgadmin3-1.10.2 version. I downloaded this version
> from internet.(it is mentioned that it supports for Open suse and suse
> Initially it was not finding c++ compiler. I installed it through yast
> Now it is progressing but i am getting a error when i try to configure
> using ./configure command, the error says
> configure: error: Could not find your wxWidgets installation. You might
> need to use the --with-wx=DIR configure option
> I have searched for the word 'widget', and i installedalll the packages,
> but still i could not able to configure. Also after i seeing the script, it
> says wx-config should be in usr/bin, but i could not able to find wx-config.
> Pls help in installing wx-widget. Last time when i tried to install
> wx-wdget, i messed up my whole system, and i had to re install OS. Because i
> faced lot of graphical related problems.
> i tried downloading wxwdiget and installing, it requires glib2.0, atk1.13,
> pango 1.20, cairo 1.6. pixman 0.10.0, freetype, font config. Like this
> dependencies keep on growing. When i tried these things, OS was fully
> corrupted, i could not able to recover it.
> Pls suggest how to overcome this.
Firstly, this isn't a bug. This is PgAdmin3 telling you what its
pre-requisites are, and wxWidgets (a GUI framework) is required to compile
the tool. You aren't technically 'installing' it here, you are 'compiling'.
> *I just need to install PGAdmin3, is it possible on Suselinux? *
Have you tried the OpenSuse RPMS?
If all else fails, download the one-click installer for your platform. It
has PGAdmin in there.
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