I'm running Ubuntu Jaunty on a plug computer which I only ever access via SSH.
I want to update Avahi on the device (without GUI) and the only way (that I know of) to get the very latest version is to build from source.
I've downloaded 0.6.30 from the Avahi site, but when I run
./configure I keep getting hassled for loads and loads of packages that I don't think I need (since I don't want the GUI).
At first I just installed whatever package it complained about and then ran
./configure again but now it's just getting silly!
Even running with
./configure --disable-qt3 --disable-qt4 --disable-gtk --disable-dbus --disable-mono --disable-monodoc --enable-core-docs I still get the error:
configure: error: Package requirements ( gtk+-3.0 ) were not met: No package 'gtk+-3.0' found
Which is bizarre because I specified the
So what's going on here? And how can I build Avahi without all the unnecessary (optional) GUI components? There seems to be little -- if any -- documentation available on this.