many thanks for the posting with lots of good and important informations: you help me alot
Originally Posted by John VV
well you will have to port those Ubuntu instructions to suse
suse dose not use the Debian "apt-get"
suse uses "zypper" or the yast GUI
and depending on HOW you install opensuse 13 it may or might not use "sudo"
you have the option to set a different root password than the first non root user
the "su -" VS. "sudo" debate
also OpenSUSE 13.1 is using gcc 4.9
and osm-3s_v0.7.3.tar.gz is from March 2013
14 months old and might NOT yet build using gcc 4.9
you might have to install gcc 4.3 from the suse open build service "gcc/devel" repo
regarding the gcc 4.9
should i use this!?
btw: i also mailed the developer of overpass-api:
the developer (at overpass-api.de ) told yesterday that he is workin on the new instructions
get the new tar.gz which will be at overpass-api.de/misc with the most actual version.
- this tar.gz we can install with the commands "configure" - "make install"
- important preliminary installation: Expat must exist on the OpenSuse;
- subsequently we need to have an expat first: if we google then we find something like that: "expat devel opensuse"
(which might look like an good source for RPM),
i will try to install all the stuff at the weekend.