installation of glib , gtk+

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HI everyone,
I am trying to install glib , gtk+ stuff from its source code in fc7 . I am facing problem in installation. I am folowwing the same steps of ./configure, make, make install, yet also i am unable to install,

Please guide
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I'm pretty sure there is an rpm package for each of those, try downloading them and installing.
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I want the versions of 2.0 and above of glib.for fc7. Can u guide where i could get the rpms from??
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I'm having trouble finding the rpm's also, but on their downloads page there is a link that says "dependencies", try installing those first, then install your glib and gtk+.
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Try installing them using yum:

Open a terminal and log in as root:
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$ su -


Then have yum install it:
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# yum install gtk


There's a good chance it will already be installed, in which case you can see if there are any updates available:
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# yum update gtk
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Using yum m getting this error in the terminal
[root@localhost ~]# yum install gtk
Loading "installonlyn" plugin
Setting up Install Process
Parsing package install arguments
Could not retrieve mirrorlist http://mirrors.fedoraproject.org/mirror ... &arch=i386 error was
[Errno 4] IOError: <urlopen error (-3, 'Temporary failure in name resolution')>
Error: Cannot open/read repomd.xml file for repository: fedora
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does the box have a working net connection?
if so, its possible a firewall is blocking that connection but that error usually occurs when theres no net connection at all.
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ya, it has the net connection..the problem being m behind a proxyserver.. I think that might be causing problems.
is it??
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It could be, but to be sure try logging in to the terminal as root and typing:

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setenforce 0


That will tell SELinux to be permissive and hopefully it will allow stuff to pass through from the network. Then when all done, type setenforce 1

Always try the easiest stuff first!

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