#emc-devel | Logs for 2007-03-02

[18:00:00] <petev> u there?
[18:00:24] <alex_joni> me?
[18:00:29] <petev> yes
[18:00:37] <alex_joni> yeah.. I'm here ;)
[18:00:40] <petev> I just installed an ubuntu machine for dev
[18:00:49] <petev> I installed emc2-dev and make
[18:00:59] <petev> but other packages seem to be missing to compile
[18:01:03] <petev> what else do I need?
[18:01:18] <alex_joni> sudo apt-get build-dep emc2
[18:01:28] <petev> ok, let me try that
[18:01:37] <petev> so what does emc2-dev include?
[18:01:45] <alex_joni> some headers
[18:01:47] <alex_joni> from emc2
[18:01:58] <petev> ahh
[18:02:00] <alex_joni> but the build-dep is pulling in "other" libraries
[18:02:08] <alex_joni> needed to build emc2
[18:02:28] <jepler> petev: emc2-dev is stuff needed to build additional GUIs or HAL components, that kind of thing
[18:03:01] <petev> seems like I can't even do the build dep
[18:03:08] <petev> it wants lyx-qt
[18:03:10] <jepler> seems like if there is an error you should show what it is
[18:03:29] <petev> looks like a bunch of packages are needed
[18:03:33] <alex_joni> petev: try sudo apt-get update first
[18:03:56] <petev> already have done that
[18:04:09] <petev> this is a fresh install of dapper
[18:04:18] <cradek> apt-get build-dep emc2-cvs-build-dep
[18:04:19] <petev> from the emc2 cd
[18:04:47] <cradek> use that if you want to build from cvs, don't care about building the documentation
[18:04:53] <petev> ok, that is working
[18:04:54] <cradek> or, enable universe/multiverse and try again
[18:05:13] <petev> what does that give me that restricted doesn't?
[18:05:23] <petev> I'm not up to speed on ubuntu
[18:05:24] <jepler> petev: universe is different than restricted
[18:05:32] <petev> yes, I know
[18:05:36] <petev> but whats the diff?
[18:05:54] <jepler> I am sure the ubuntu wiki has a better explanation than I could possibly give
[18:05:59] <petev> ok
[18:06:06] <jepler> lunchtime here .. bbl
[18:06:27] <petev> the ubuntu install went very smooth
[18:06:37] <petev> whoever built it did a fine job
[19:36:39] <cradek> thank you - I deserve only small credit though - most of the smoothness comes from the Ubuntu people
[19:37:20] <cradek> I'm happy the combination makes it easy for people to start using EMC