[Live-demo] 5.0alpha1 build logs

maplabs at light42.com maplabs at light42.com
Mon Jun 20 08:36:51 PDT 2011

really too bad about the gdal package requiring unix ODBC at all
its a weak package at best - definitely not worth any trouble
to have the gdal install, and subsequently the whole core stack of apps, fail
is ironic, and indicitive of how much work this whole thing is to get 
right, it seems to me


Brian Hamlin
OSGeo California Chapter
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On Sun, 19 Jun 2011 23:33:04 -0700, Alex Mandel  wrote:
On 06/19/2011 02:27 AM, Alex Mandel wrote:
> > http://live.osgeo.org/dev/build
> > > Once again Ubuntu has modified the GUI a bit, we might just need to lock
> > in "Xubuntu Classic" though to not have think about menus etc. 
> > > Without looking at logs I think there are probably some lucid specific
> > PPAs or debs that need to be bumped to natty (the package manager has an
> > error but I haven't looked at the specifics yet). 
> > > Thanks,
> > Alex
> Preliminary reading of the log:
> mapguide's fdo deb needs to be updated to reference odbc
> odbcinst1debian2, odbcinst is actually the parent package that will pick
> the right one
> mapfish - firebug is no longer in the ubuntu repos, probably need to
> find a way to download it from the firefox add-on site
> libgdal 1.8 from ubuntugis seems to want odbcinst1debian1 also but only
> odbcinst1debian2 is available, this causes mapserver, grass, qgis and
> anything else gdal related to fail - note: an early package is
> installing gdal1.6, not an issue now but might be if that gets upgraded
> to 1.8 (not sure what package that is)
> Might need to notify ubuntugis to get this fixed, anyone have a Natty
> desktop to confirm this issue?
> Looks like the build hung after ossim too, not really sure why I let it
> go for more than 24 hours before checking on it so vmware must have
> screwed up. Might try a build of everything after ossim just to test
> those scripts. 
> Thanks,
> Alex
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