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I don't really expect anyone to have any experience with exchange4linux, but I am having difficulty with part of the installation and thought this one small part might be within the realm of this forum.

I am running Mandrake 9.1 and trying to run make all on exchange4linux. This process takes about an hour to complete but at the end during the postgresql section I get an error saying that readline is either not installed or it's expected in another location. I am referenced to a config.log file but when I look at it I cannot really tell where it is looking, or how I would change that.

I know that readline is installed as I did a "urpmi readline" and was told that everything was already installed, so any ideas where I can start in order to get this app to make?
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That may be a result of not having the readline-devel package installed. You apparently have the readline run-time support installed, but a compile will need the header files that are a part of readline-devel.
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Yes, I forgot to mention that. I did an urpmi readline-dev and it found those packages and installed them as well. Sorry I did not include that in the original post.
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I wonder if the process is trying to build a Postgres server. If you installed Postgres it might skip that part.
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OK. Like I said. Running a make all takes upwards of an hour. So, when I left on Friday it was doing a make all after I had installed the readline-development packages. When I returned this morning and the PC had completed the process I tried the make install and it worked. What is was looking for were the dev packages. Thanks for the help!
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