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how to include /usr/local/lib in rpm path?



I have Redhat 8 and am trying to install enlightenment and am
experiencing 
difficulty.  I would appreciate any advise as I'm rather new at this.
I have downloaded enlightenment-0.16.5-1.i386.rpm, which is located in 
/usr/local/rpm.  As root, I do:

# rpm -iv /usr/local/rpm/enlightenment-0.16.5-1.i386.rpm
error: Failed dependencies:
         fnlib >= 0.5 is needed by enlightenment-0.16.5-1
         libFnlib.so.0 is needed by enlightenment-0.16.5-1
         libImlib.so.1 is needed by enlightenment-0.16.5-1

Now I have these libs, as I've downloaded and installed fnlib-0.5 and 
imlib-1.9.14 in /usr/local/lib.

After installing these libs, I included "/usr/local/lib" (and later 
"/usr/local/lib/fnlib-0.5" and /usr/local/lib/imliib-1.9.14") in 
/etc/ld.so.conf and updated lib link by issuing the command:
/sbin/ldconf -v and I see that the missing libs have been updated with
ldconf.

It seems though that rpm is not seeing /usr/local/lib...  How can I 
resolve this?

Thanks, -Katsumi


PS: By the way, I was able to install with --nodeps option:
# rpm -i --nodeps /usr/local/rpm/enlightenment-0.16.5-1.i386.rpm
This creates a binary "enlightenment" under /usr/bin, but the
enlightenment window manager is completely disfunctional.  So I think
installation with this option did not result in proper installation.




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