I would check to make sure you installed freetype right.. You may also consider installing freetype2 from the i-Installer (usually used for TeX installs, but has tones of other goodies). I have had good luck with this binary installation, where I have had trouble (admittedly some time ago) with homemade freetype installs from source.
On Mar 16, 2006, at 2:37 PM, Vidar Gundersen wrote:
===== Original message from Charlie Moad | 16 Mar 2006:
This looks like the same error you get if you try to link against
Apple's bundled freetype in /usr/X11R6/lib. Also, the "libfreetype.6"
makes me think this library is not freetype2.
i've installed freetype2 in /usr/local/ :
buri:~/Desktop vidar$ ls /usr/local/lib/libfreetype.*
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