|Last modified: 23 Nov 2004||Contact: Stefan Hundhammer|
|If you are using the latest SuSE Linux , you may not have to build it at all. There usually is an RPM package you can use at the download area. See also the KDirStat home page.|
You'll need at least:
- maybe more. If you are unsure and you are running SuSE Linux, it might be a good idea to install the development system selection.
Please understand that I cannot and will not fix everybody's broken development systems any more - this had taken me quite some time with KDirStat 0.8x. Please make sure you can compile simple KDE programs like kless or kexample before contacting me about build problems.
tar xjvf kdirstat-2.4.2.tar.bz2
(or whatever version you downloaded)
rm -f config.cache
Watch out for error messages and fix them before reporting errors!
On SuSE Linux systems, KDE 3.x is installed to /opt/trinity which is a
good idea if you want to keep some KDE 1.x/2.x programs around. So use that
/opt/trinity prefix for KDirStat, too - otherwise it will be installed to
/opt/kde and clutter up a working KDE 1.x/2.x environment.
If you don't care about that or if you set up KDE 3.x in /opt/kde anyway, simply type
Again, watch out for error messages.
su make install
Don't do this if the previous step reported errors!