Only to discover that suse dropped support for resmgr after 10.3.
It nolonger exists in 11.1. Suse now appears to use hal-resmgr.
Once I figured out what libs were required where, I coped, but I do not
understand how to proceed with this one.
Is it possible to remove the requirement to load resmgr?
I didn't know what resmgr is, so I took a look at
http://www.lst.de/~okir/resmgr. In debian, my machine, resmgr does not
exist. I searched resmgr in ekiga, ptlib and opal, and I haven't found
it either. So I imagine it's suse which adds it to the command line??
Look at the parameters of gcc (gcc -v or other flags, I don't know).
Also, try to install the package providing resmgr library.
On my system the following files reference resmgr.
On your debian system do you use *.la files at all?
If not then I need to look at why I do.
In the original version (sources only), I do not have these files.
After compilation, I do have these files, but they do not reference resmgr.
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