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

Philip Johnsson philip.johnsson at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 06:50:07 BST 2012

If you don't want to use my PPA but build it yourself you could always
check build dependencies for my Digikam packages to get all you need
to build it yourself if you have trouble finding out what's needed.


On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 2:08 AM, Jordan H. <jordannh at fastmail.fm> wrote:
> 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 package
>   OpenCV.
>   Adjust CMAKE_MODULE_PATH to find FindOpenCV.cmake or set OpenCV_DIR to the
>   directory containing a CMake configuration file for OpenCV.  The file will
>   have one of the following names:
>     OpenCVConfig.cmake
>     opencv-config.cmake
> -- 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
> /home/user/Downloads/digikam-2.9.0/extra/libkdcraw
> 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 bootstrap.ubuntu is outdated.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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