Hopefully as simple as # ./configure # make # make install If you don't already have a config file, do # mv /etc/pdq/printrc.example /etc/pdq/printrc Note that configure takes two arguments for adjusting resource location: --enable-pdqlibdir=DIR place to install drivers and interfaces; does not affect behavior of executables --enable-printrc=FILE optional substitution for /etc/pdq/printrcNote for Linux users:
Many Linux distributions have separate GTK and GLIB development RPMs. These are required to compile against GTK. If you can do % gtk-config --version % glib-config --version you are okay. Otherwise get the development RPMs.
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