compiling klear and kdebase-devel

Rick Miles rickfrm at
Wed Mar 8 18:35:22 GMT 2006


The slackbuild script for klear worked a treat. The problem I was having still 
persist with a proper slackpack but to a lessor extent after I made up a new 
channels.conf with scan from dvb-utils. It still hangs sometimes when 
switching channels but its a relatively new ap, otherwise I like it. Kaffeine 
is ok but Klear is just dvb only, sweet and simple.

Thanks again for the tip. I'll keep bookmarked for future 
reference. I new there was a solid slack following in Italy but I'd never 
checked out any of your slack sites.

Gianluca Varisco is a darn nice person I don't care what anybody says!
> Rick Miles ha scritto:
> > I've just created and installed a slackpack for klear with rpm2tgz and
> > had a look. Nice ap and now I want to create a proper package to install
> > but haven't yet.
> Hi Rick,
> You can compile "klear" from source with the SlackBuild instead rpm2tgz
> (the devil :-). If you are interested, the SlackBuild,
> slack-desc,slack-required and latest sources are available at
> - SlackBuild:
> - slack-desc:
> - slack-required:
> - latest sources (0.5.4 - 25.01.2006)
> > I get a make error saying cannot find -lxine. I have all xine, xinelib
> > and xinelib-dev installed so this must be something else. I haven't found
> > a dependency list yet for klear but I'm thinking I need something called
> > kdebase-devel.
> The dependency list (or, better, slack-required) is this:
> cxxlibs >= 5.0.7-i486-1
> kdelibs >= 3.4.2-i486-1
> libart_lgpl >= 2.3.17-i486-1
> libidn >= 0.5.17-i486-1
> libmng >= 1.0.5-i486-1
> x11 >= 6.8.2-i486-4
> xine-lib >= 1.0.3a-i686-1
> > I'm thinking this is not part of a normal kde install but instead a
> > separate package. Where is the source for kdebase-devel? I can only find
> > rpm's.
> I think that you don't need to install kdebase-devel or other
> kde-related packages.
> Best Regards,
> Gianluca


Rick Miles

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