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Re: [gcmd-usr] Gnome-commander undur Ubuntu?Xubuntu

From: Uwe Scholz
Subject: Re: [gcmd-usr] Gnome-commander undur Ubuntu?Xubuntu
Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2017 23:07:51 +0200

Hi Bonnie,

Am Thu, 22 Jun 2017 16:13:06 -0400 (EDT) schrieb Bonnie Dalzell:
> On Thu, 22 Jun 2017, Miroslav Matějů wrote:
> > Hi Bonnie,
> >
> > 2017-06-21 0:29 GMT+02:00 Bonnie Dalzell <address@hidden>:
> >  
> >> the latest version of gnome-commander is not available in the
> >> Ubuntu repositories.  
> >
> > Ubuntu does generally not target on the latest versions. The mature
> > ones are preferred. However, it should be possible to build the
> > latest GCmd yourself.
> >
> >  
> >> I tried downloading it and compiling it but there are too many
> >> dependencies for it to compile as some of the things it needs -
> >> like gtk+ do not seem to be in the Ubuntu repositories either.
> >>  
> > Of course, you need to satisfy dependencies for the build. For
> > GTK+, you should install the package libgtk-3-dev
> > (https://packages.ubuntu.com/s earch?keywords=libgtk-3-dev).  
> thank you so much for the information on using packages.ubuntu.com
> i did not know about this site
> i followed the link and successfully installed gtk3 but this is the 
> error i got when trying to run the install script
> address@hidden:~/gnome-commander-1.6.4$ ./configure && make &&
> make install
> ... lots of successes..
> checking if gtk+ >= 2.8.0 exists... configure: error: no
> so the install stops
> it seems to not equate lingtk3 - dev with gtk+
> do you think there is an error in the install script
> i get the same error wether i run the make command with sudo or
> without sudo.

Gnome Commander does need several libraries to be compiled from the
sources. These libraries itself must exist in the development version
on your system.

But gnome commander is still a gtk2 application, so, instead of
installing the gtk3 libs, give it a try to install
"libgtk2.0-dev". You will furthermore need some other libraries (some
of them are optional):

libexiv2-dev (opt.)
libpoppler-dev (opt.)
libpoppler-glib-dev (opt.)
libpython-dev (opt.)
python-dev (opt.)
python2.7-dev (opt.)
libpython2.7-dev (opt.)
libunique-dev (opt.)

This should be  enough to install Gnome Commander from sources on
Ubuntu Linux. :)

Best wishes

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