[Digikam-users] Can't Build Digikam from Source

Jordan H. jordannh at fastmail.fm
Thu Sep 20 01:08:20 BST 2012

Firstly, I had to use dos2unix on the file to get rid of the line terminals

It seems to work.  Thank you.  After chasing down dependencies in  
aptitude, though I come across this error:

-- First try at finding OpenCV...
CMake Warning at extra/libkface/CMakeLists.txt:58 (FIND_PACKAGE):
   Could not find module FindOpenCV.cmake or a configuration file for  

   Adjust CMAKE_MODULE_PATH to find FindOpenCV.cmake or set OpenCV_DIR to  
   directory containing a CMake configuration file for OpenCV.  The file  
   have one of the following names:


-- Could not find OpenCV normally, trying internal FindOpenCV.cmake
-- Checking GNUCXX version 3/4 to determine  OpenCV /opt/net/ path
CMake Error at extra/libkface/cmake/modules_opencv/FindOpenCV.cmake:237  
   OpenCV required but some headers or libs not found.  Please specify its
   location with OpenCV_ROOT_DIR env.  variable.
Call Stack (most recent call first):
   extra/libkface/CMakeLists.txt:63 (FIND_PACKAGE)

CMake Error: The following variables are used in this project, but they  
are set to NOTFOUND.
Please set them or make sure they are set and tested correctly in the  
CMake files:
     linked by target "libraw" in directory  

I can't find either of those files in my system.  Do I need to install a  
package?  If I try to install opencv-dev, I get several dependencies that  
can't be resolved.  Thanks.

On Wed, 19 Sep 2012 07:09:53 -0700, brad <bkn at ithryn.net> wrote:

> On Wednesday, September 19, 2012 02:14:19 PM Gilles Caulier wrote:
>> No idea. bootstrap.ubuntu is outdated. I don't use this distro. I
>> don't write this init script.
> Jordan -- please try the attached script for in place of the packages
> bootstrap.  it is largely based on Gilles's bootstrap.mageia. Let us  
> know if
> this works for you so this can be checked into the repo so others don't  
> have
> the same problem.
> Gilles -- i'm not sure why multiple bootstrap scripts exists for linux,
> scripts for mageia and mandriva. I propose a single unified script for  
> all
> linux distros. As long as kde4-config and qmake are in the user's path  
> then all
> necessary paths should be discoverable. I'm hoping the script attached  
> will do
> the trick, but i only have one environment i can check.
> Cheers,
>  - brad

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