[GRASS5] grass 5.0.3 in debian
hamish_nospam at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 27 06:04:04 EST 2004
> > > > > the GRASS 5.0.3 package has been submitted to debian.
And it is now in Debian/testing and slated for the next Debian release!
Congratulations and thanks to Federico and Francesco!
"apt-get install grass"
> > > > A couple of points about the new Debian package..
> > [I just installed it on a fresh machine]
> > > > - after changing to tcl/tk 8.4, does NVIZ still work??? could
> > > > someone check?
> > > > > Build against tcl/tk 8.4 (Closes: #206844).
> > > > for possible fix, see
> > > > http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.gis.grass.devel/2036/
> > > > ??
> > > > maybe fixed in the latest tcl/tk packages?
> > >
> > > To be verified.
> > Nope, it doesn't work here.. same segfault.
> > Putting -lpthreads in
> > src.contrib/GMSL/NVIZ2.2/src/Gmakefile 's XTRA_LDFLAGS
> > doesn't fix it anymore either. Maybe somewhere else?
> > Compiling against Tcl/Tk 8.3 does work however.
> Do you have both 8.3 and 8.4 on the same machine? If so, are you sure
> that the headers, the link-time libraries and the run-time libraries
> are all the same version?
I think I started out with only 8.4, but don't trust that.
Currently, I have the following installed:
tk8.3-dev conflicts with tk8.4-dev so the latter is removed.
GRASS compiles and NVIZ works.
After removing *8.3* packages from the system, the grass.deb package
I'll have to check on which 'wish' is used, but I wouldn't think this
is accessed during building? And removing 'tk8.3' should fix it then,
[then, after installing tk8.4-dev]
Building 5.0.3 from source, GRASS builds ok and NVIZ still fails.
Building 5.3-cvs from source, GRASS builds ok and NVIZ still fails.
> FWIW, does Debian include the version number (e.g. libtk8.3.so) or
> does it use libtk.so.0?
Everything is versioned. The file 'libtk.so.0' doesn't exist in the
Debian archive- not sure if that covers symlinks though.
/usr/lib/libtcl8.4.so@ -> libtcl8.4.so.0
/usr/lib/libtk8.4.so@ -> libtk8.4.so.0
/usr/bin/wish@ -> /etc/alternatives/wish@ -> /usr/bin/wish8.4
(8.3 is along the same lines)
:( good idea though.
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