How install dictionary to aspell


#1

i have install aspell 0.60.3 and recompile my php and add the pspell support, but i dont know how install dictionary to aspell, can help me?


#2

when use
cd aspell-es-0.50-2
./configure
make
make install
make clean
cd …

i get this error
cannot create regular file ‘usr/lib/aspell 0.60/spanish.alias’ :permision denied

cannot create regular file ‘usr/lib/aspell 0.60/es.rws’ :permision dened

etc


#3

I guess we do not have the right to access /url folder in a shared server.

If you can’t install in /home folder, you may be able to install in DH then :frowning:

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#4

a reply of dh support
Yeah, that’s a standard permissions issue. When you run that ./configure
you’ll need to specify a directory that your user owns. So you’d do
something like:

./configure --prefix=/home/frony/aspell

That way when everything gets compiled, the files will be copied to
/home/frony/aspell instead of /usr/lib (which is not owned by your user).
Just let me know if there’s anything else I can help you with!

Thanks!

Craig

but dont understand


#5

Basically, support is telling you that your user does not have the required permissions to compile/install the package where you are trying to compile/install it, you will need to specify a path to a directory where you do have the required permissions.

The wiki article linked below may be of interest to you…

http://www.wiki.dreamhost.com/index.php/Aspell

Mark


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#6

thanks this mean is
it is like installing a program outside the folder program files in Windows what there is to do?


#7

Well, to simplify, you are sharing your server with potentially hundreds of other users, if all users had the ability to compile and/or install packages anywhere in the file system, it would soon become chaotic and I doubt things would work for very long.

For this reason, your user only has WRITE permissions inside your home-directory, any packages you install must be installed somewhere within your users home-directory.

Mark


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#8

ok but how install in my local folder?
i use ./configure --vars var1=home/frony/aspell-en0.60.
make
make install
but appear the same error of first post what i change for work?
thanks


#9

I am not familiar with the procedure for installing dictionaries for aspell, but have you tried…

./configure --prefix=/home/frony/aspell-en0.60.3

As recommended by DreamHost support?

Mark


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