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Re: [psynth-devel] Re: Ubuntu 9.04 repo for Psychosynth

From: Juan Pedro Bolivar Puente
Subject: Re: [psynth-devel] Re: Ubuntu 9.04 repo for Psychosynth
Date: Sun, 03 May 2009 11:39:45 +0200
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Juan Pedro Bolivar Puente wrote:
> I have just tested the repository under my Debian Sid and it is working
> ok :D I want to announce it on the blog and the webpage but I first need
> a link to your gpg key so people can verify your packages.
> Many thanks :-)
> JP

Mmmm, no it is not working:
address@hidden:~$ /usr/bin/psynth3d
/usr/bin/psynth3d: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file
or directory

Probably it is just that Debian Sid and Adrew's packages are offering
different .so files. I'm going to try to get Ubuntu people to try them.


> Aleksander Morgado wrote:
>>>> I think I solved the issues, lets see. Basically, some libs where not
>>>> being checked at configure time (libpcre, libGLU, and libCg) so I didn't
>>>> actually consider them (would be a good idea to check for them in
>>>> configure time).
>>> They should not be checked in configure. Those are not Psychosynth deps,
>>> they are Ogre and Cegui dependencies but Andrew Finn packages do not
>>> include them as dependencies. I do not know if mixing Debian Sid and
>>> Ubuntu repos is problematic, but Debian Sid now includes the latest Ogre.
>> Ah, I see. Anyway, to solve the problem, I added them as dependencies of
>> psychosynth. I will contact A.Finn to see if he can update the debian
>> packages.
>>>> I will try to upload the new package this evening, as temporarily ubuntu
>>>> launchpad is down.
>> Just uploaded the second try to Launchpad using my 3G connection (we're
>> in train back to Madrid :-) ) Let's see.
>> Cheers,
>> -Aleksander
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