Thank you for the suggestions.
The problem is solved by installing GTK on a fresh system.
> Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2011 09:16:54 -0400
> From: earnie@user... > To: q.chang@hotm... > CC: gtk-list@gnom... > Subject: Re: error "configure: WARNING: GTK dependencies not met."
> changqi wrote:
> > Dears,
> > I have complied gtk+-3.0 with " # sudo ./configure
> > --prefix=/usr/local/ # sudo make # sudo make install" and then
> > #kg-config --list-all |grep gtk "gtkglext-x11-1.0 GtkGLExt -
> > OpenGL Extension to GTK+ (x11 target) gtk+-2.0 GTK+ -
> > GTK+ Graphical UI Library (x11 target) gtk+-x11-3.0 GTK+ -
> > GTK+ Graphical UI Library gtk+-unix-print-3.0 GTK+ - GTK+ Unix
> > print support gtk+-x11-2.0 GTK+ - GTK+ Graphical UI Library
> > (x11 target) gtk+-unix-print-2.0 GTK+ - GTK+ Unix print support
> > gtkglext-1.0 GtkGLExt - OpenGL Extension to GTK+ (x11
> > target) gtk+-3.0 GTK+ - GTK+ Graphical UI Library " But
> > when I complied other source depending gtk
> > # ./configure --prefix=$HOME/local "checking for GTK... no configure:
> > WARNING: GTK dependencies not met. " Could someone give me some
> > suggestions?
> I'm guessing that since you've used --prefix=$HOME/local on your module
> dependent on gtk+ which resides in /usr/local that configure isn't
> finding it. Maybe --with-sysroot=/usr/local will help but IDK if it will.
> The other option is to use --prefix=/usr/local on the configure and make
> and then set DESTDIR on install, as in ``make DESTDIR=$HOME/local
> install'', which is what I would do.