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Glib could not be linked #5034
Well, i tried to install glib , and after compiling, homebrew exits and throws this error:
Warning: m4 macros were installed to "share/aclocal".
brew link glib throws the last 2 lines of this error again.
Any other packages which link against glib will fail hereafter.
This is the output of brew doctor (how do i use quote-tags here?):
~$ brew doctor
Unbrewed dylibs were found in /usr/local/lib.
If you didn't put them there on purpose they could cause problems when
Some folders in /usr/local/share/locale aren't writable.
Some folders in /usr/local/share/man aren't writable.
/usr/bin is in your PATH before Homebrew's bin. This means that system-
Consider editing your .bashrc to put:
Some brews install binaries to sbin instead of bin, but Homebrew's
Consider editing your .bashrc to add:
Some "config" scripts were found in your path, but not in system or Homebrew folders.
Having additional scripts in your path can confuse software installed via Homebrew if
Well, yes, i have installed the MacGPG bundle, but i am sure, i am not the only one here.
My /usr/local/share is owned by "adamv:staff", so I would do:
but substituting in your own username.
The MacGPG package installer puts libs in /usr/local and chowns things to root; this interferes with configure/make/make install of lots of software (not just through Homebrew), so we put in a "brew doctor" warning about it.
You'll probably also want to put "/usr/local/bin" ahead of "/usr/bin" in your path, unless you have a specific reason not to.