Tushar Teredesai sukucorp at
Wed Dec 28 09:08:02 PST 2005

On 12/28/05, Dennis J Perkins <dperkins at> wrote:
> That did not fix the problem.  Libtool still wants to be
> in /usr/lib instead of /usr/lib64.  Most of the Gnome packages build
> without any problems, so could the problem be in the packages?

Packages do not use the system installed libtool, they have a private
copy included in the tarball. Try libtoolize --force before running
configure. That *should* update the internal libtool copy with the
system installed one and *should* fix the problem.

Tushar Teredesai
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