[Digikam-users] Digikam 0.10 on Ubuntu - possible?
smtp.no at laposte.net
Thu Jan 8 21:38:49 GMT 2009
Yes it's possible, as long I finally succeed to do it, but it's not so
easy because of a lot of dependencies which are not in repository (with
the goofd version numbers anyway).
I use the KDEsvn.build script to build a part of svn KDE in ~/kde folder,
i have to get and compile the last version of cmake too (it's a very
failsafe thing to do... as long CMAKE 2.6 from repository is not
sufficient ;-)), there's too a lot of dependencies which can be install
from repository (hopefully).
So the answer is yes !
Good build !
Le Thu, 08 Jan 2009 11:29:10 +0100, Jurian Sluiman
<subscribe at juriansluiman.nl> a écrit:
> Hi Chris,
> On Thursday 08 January 2009 11:10:27 Chris G wrote:
>> Does anyone have any experience of building/running Digikam 0.10 on a
>> Gnome based Ubuntu system?
>> I currently run Digikam 0.9.5 beta on my xubuntu 8.10 system so I have
>> all the KDE3 libraries installled. Would building Digikam 0.10 be
>> similar to building Digikam 0.9.5 but (presumably) needing more
> There is a wiki page about Digikam compilation on the KDE wiki. It's the
> svn version and meant for Kubuntu 8.10, but there's no big difference in
> compiling Digikam for Ubuntu.
> There are a lot of dependencies you need to install, but it's all
> written down
> at http://wiki.kde.org/tiki-
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