Hrm, it seems that the problem is that you have to specify the
appropriate prefix. I should have read the INSTALL file, but being
as oblivious as I am, I didn't see it before...
Anyway, in case anyone else has this problem, make sure you
`./configure --prefix=/usr` (unless for some reason your GNOME
libraries are installed someplace weird).
However, at least for now, I can't seem to get the application to
actually start. That is, it crashes as soon as I try to run it.
On Fri, Feb 24, 2006 at 12:29:26AM -0600, Michael V. De Palatis wrote:
> I just got the source package for mail-notification in order to
> enable the SSL support since my server requires it. Upon trying to
> run the program, however, I get a popup with this error message:
> "A fatal error has occurred in Mail Notification
> Bonobo could not locate the GNOME_MailNotification_Automation.server
> file. Please check your Mail Notification installation."
> Before building the source, I made sure to run `sudo apt-get
> build-dep mail-notification`. Is there something else I may still be
> Or any other ideas?
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