[Tellico-users] How to Build the Tellico RPM for Centos 7

Matthew Soffen (tellico) sirgeek-tellico at mrsucko.org
Wed Dec 16 06:36:55 UTC 2015

Unfortunately trying to build Tellico on Centos 7 is failing.

When building the RPM, It finds all the sub files
-- The following external packages were located on your system.
-- This installation will have the extra features provided by these packages.
   * nepomuk - Support for reading file metadata
   * kdepimlibs - Support for using the address book and calendar for loans
   * kdemultimedia - Support for CDDB searches
   * taglib - Support for reading multimedia files
   * libyaz - Support for searching z39.50 databases
   * libpoppler - Support for reading PDF files
   * libksane - Support for adding scanned images to a collection
   * libexempi - Support for reading PDF/XMP metadata
   * QJSON - Support for searching additional data sources, such as
OpenLibrary and Freebase
   * libv4l - Support for barcode scanning with a webcam

But fails when trying to compile -

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:

Any ideas about fixing this issue ?


> On Mon, Dec 14, 2015 at 01:45:53PM -0500, Matthew Soffen (tellico) wrote:
>> 1) There aren't any (from what I can tell) Centos SRPMS that I can
>> rebuild
>> from.
> I was not speaking of CentOS rpms but Fedora src.rpm (which was your
> question !)
>> 2) If there were, I could use the prebuilt ones.
> Of course.
>> 3) This is part of KDE - so there may be some "odd" dependencies  that I
>> don't know about (Like the use of cmake instead of make/gmake).
> You can always look at the various versions.
> https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/tellico
> Bruno.
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