> Since you are using RHEL 6.2, you should be able to compile anaconda rhel6-branch.
> If you want to develop for the current fedora branch, you need updated tools from Fedora anyways (new Gtk stuff like glade and such - look at the new-ui branch) so just install Fedora or play with mock.
> There is no real way of compiling master branch on standard RHEL6.
> Martin Sivak
> ----- Original Message -----
> > Hello anaconda developers
> > I'm new in anaconda, and for the first I downloaded an
> > anaconda-HEAD-9437345.tar.bz2, unbzip it in /usr/local and try to
> > build.
> > So, after a while I got an errors:
> > checking for LIBNM_GLIB... configure: error: Package requirements
> > (libnm-glib >= 0.7.1 libnm-util >= 0.7.1) were not met:
> > No package 'libnm-glib' found
> > No package 'libnm-util' found
> > So, I use RHES 6.2 and I haven't these packages. Could you please say
> > to me, where I can get them?
> > Bye, Igor
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