[Thuban-list] RE: Thuban1.1.0 rpm, deb
jan at intevation.de
Wed Jul 27 22:26:48 CEST 2005
On Wed, Jul 27, 2005 at 10:37:01AM +1000, Noli.Sicad at csiro.au wrote:
> > In (K)ubuntu using:
> > Python2.4.1
> > wxwidget2.6 from http://http.us.debian experimental, but not
> > since no dev package
> > wxpython22.214.171.124 from from wxpython.org src.rpm by rpmbuild and alien
> * not that the version number must always be identical, ie. when you
> * are using wxPython 126.96.36.199, then you must have wxWidgets 188.8.131.52.
> My wxWidgets is 184.108.40.206. Right now is Thuban is segment faulting when
> opening shp file, probably because I built wxPython 220.127.116.11 before
> installing wxWidgets 18.104.22.168.
we experienced various problems when the versions do not match.
> My gtk is 2.6.2.
I don't think, the gtk version matters a lot.
> > No
> > Python-gdal, since debian python-gdal22.214.171.124 uses <python2.4
> * what is the actual problem?
> Python-gdal126.96.36.199 uses python 2.3 (<python2.4, should I say less than
> python2.4), (K)ubuntu uses python2.4 as default.
> > Where could I found python-gdal 188.8.131.52 src.rpm or where do you keep
> > python-gdal > 1.2.5 as recommended for Thuban1.1.0 compilation?
> *If you are on a Debian, then you should better use the Debian
> *package for gdal.
> *gdal version 1.2.5 is a new requirement to have the raster support
> *work properly.
> Again, I could not use since the reason above, python2.4 in Ubuntu.
what I meant was to rebuild the debian source package on your system.
Then you should have a working version.
This way is much easier and better than starting to involve a
rpm via alien on a debian system.
> > Observation:
> > It seem that wx-config could not be found in debian packages?!
> *yes, thats strange. Entering
> *$ dpkg -S wx-config
> *I do not find it, but it is installed:
> *$ type wx-config
> *wx-config is /usr/bin/wx-config
> *(I am on a Debian 3.1 Sarge)
> *Anyone an idea about this?
> This is really strange. I use:
> $ locate wx-config
> Nothing can be found except the documentation and wx-configure.in in the
locate database might be out of date.
> Yes, it is installed in /usr/bin/wx-config
> Anybody, in the list using Kubuntu or Ubuntu?
Jan-Oliver Wagner http://intevation.de/~jan/
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