[Mapserver-users] Configure: Same old error - can't find gd.h or libgd.a/libgd.so
sgd at tfm.com
Wed May 26 15:26:44 EDT 2004
> You will need gd and gd-devel packages - got those already?
> In case you are not aware, you do not need to use cygwin to run mapserver
> on windows. Unless you have a particular reason for doing so, I would
> suggest that it is a waste of time when windows binaries are readily
> available for download and almost immediate use.
Hi. I'm new to this list, and subscribed at this time specifically because
of the same issue. The original poster stated that gd.h and libgd.a were
installed already. This looks like an autoconf problem to me. Configure bombs in
the exact same place on FreeBSD 5.1. I've not spent much time on it other than
running autoconf in case the distributed configure script was broken.
This is with mapserver-4.0.2. If anyone knows a quick fix I'd love to hear it.
Otherwise I'll bang on it myself when I get the time. BTW, nm tells me that
gdImageSetAntiAliased IS defined in libgd.a (I installed gd-2.0.23).
> mapserver-users-admin at lists.gis.umn.edu wrote on 05/26/2004 10:46:47 AM:
> > Hi All,
> > I've looked through the archives and the FAQ and tried the solutions
> > presented, but to no avail.
> > I am trying to install Mapserver 4.0.2 on Cygwin (running under Windows
> > 2000).
> > Please let me know if there is anything else I should be trying to do -
> > running out of hair to tear out of my head.
> > Here is the output from configure.sh when run:
> > ... Everything running fine above here ...
> > checking for strcasecmp... yes
> > checking for strncasecmp... yes
> > checking for strdup... yes
> > configure: checking whether we should include JPEG support......
> > checking for jpeg_read_header in -ljpeg... no
> > libjpeg not found. JPEG support not included, possibly needed
> > GD.
> > configure: checking where FreeType 2.x is installed......
> > using libfreetype from -lfreetype -lz
> > checking for FT_Init_FreeType in -lfreetype... no
> > using libfreetype -lfreetype -lz from system libs.
> > configure: checking where Zlib is installed......
> > using libz from -L/lib -lz
> > configure: checking where PNG is installed......
> > checking for png_init_io in -lpng... no
> > PNG (libpng) library cannot be found, possibly needed for GD
> > configure: checking where libXpm is installed......
> > checking for XpmFreeXpmImage in -lXpm... no
> > XPM (libXpm) library cannot be found, possibly needed for GD
> > configure: checking where libiconv is installed......
> > checking for libiconv_open in -liconv... no
> > libiconv library cannot be found, possibly needed for GD
> > configure: checking for GD 2.0.12 or higher......
> > checking for gdImageSetAntiAliased in -lgd... no
> > configure: error: "Could not find gd.h or libgd.a/libgd.so in
> > Make
> > sure GD 2.0.12 or higher is compiled before calling configure."
> > I have tried running "./configure --with-gd=/usr/local", as well as with
> > /usr/local/lib (the location of the libgd.a file) and /usr/local/include
> > (the location of the gd.h file).
> > I have looked through for duplicates of these files, but cannot find any
> > others residing on the disk.
> > --Adam
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