Talk:HowTo Compile In Gentoo
PORTAGE_OVERLAY="/usr/local/portage" can't be use anymore must use :
You forgot to mention that the (allegedly stable) build usually fails. For a while it worked only with the crypto++ library installed; now it doesn't compile at all. Perhaps this is because of the recent gcc 3.4 update, but I don't know for sure.
Done. It is a bug into recent libcrypto++. 2 solutions, see the article.
Also, you should add the fact that, you *must not* have "-gtk" in your USE flags... It was a real pain in the ... grass to find out, because the error message displayed gets you to search around problems with wxGTK and such...
Résumé: -gtk must not be in the USE flags, else, it won't compile, even though other dependencies will
# emerge -vp amule These are the packages that would be merged, in order: Calculating dependencies... done! [ebuild R ] net-p2p/amule-9900 USE="daemon debug geoip gtk nls remote stats unicode upnp -xchat" 0 kB 
Compile and work fine here on ~amd64 with gcc-4.4.2, gtk+-2.18.3 and wxGTK-126.96.36.199. --Libre 16:45, 14 December 2009 (UTC)
And it depend of what you want to do. Wuth USE="-gtk", it will compile the console version, and you will be able to control it from your browser or from another computer with the appropriate setup. --Libre 16:14, 21 October 2010 (UTC)