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Old 10-01-2007, 07:30 PM   #1
yianni
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problem compiling museek


i've been working on this for hours and i get this error when i type scons install

[root@localhost museek+-0.1.13]# scons install
scons: Reading SConscript files ...
Using SCons version 0.97
Reading FLAGS from defaults.py and Command Line arguments
BUILDING with CCFLAGS: -fPIC -Wall -pipe -g
Checking for header file stdio.h... yes
Checking for header file sys/types.h... yes
Checking for header file sys/stat.h... yes
Checking for header file stdlib.h... yes
Checking for header file stddef.h... yes
Checking for header file memory.h... yes
Checking for header file string.h... yes
Checking for header file strings.h... yes
Checking for header file inttypes.h... yes
Checking for header file stdbool.h... yes
Checking for header file stdint.h... yes
Checking for header file unistd.h... yes
Checking for header file stdarg.h... yes
Checking for header file netdb.h... yes
Checking for header file sys/socket.h... yes
Checking for header file sys/un.h... yes
Checking for header file fcntl.h... yes
Checking for header file netinet/in.h... yes
Checking for header file sys/poll.h... yes
Checking for header file pwd.h... yes
Checking for header file errno.h... yes
Checking for header file syslog.h... yes
Checking for iconv input type... char**
Checking for C header file sys/epoll.h... yes
Checking for C++ function epoll_ctl()... yes
Checking for C header file signal.h... yes
Checking signal callback return type... void
Checking for C type UNIX_PATH_MAX... no
Checking for C header file time.h... yes
Checking for C header file dirent.h... yes
Checking for C++ function scandir()... yes
Checking for scandir entry type... dirent
Checking for large file support... yes (_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64)
Checking for C++ type uint... yes
Checking for C++ type uint32... no
Compiling Muhelp, Mucipher, Museekal, Museek, Tools, museekd, doc, python-bindings, setup, python-clients
and Mucous...
and Murmur...
and Museeq...
Headers/Dependencies for Muhelp...
Checking for libxml++... libxml++-2.6
Checking for C++ header file libxml++/libxml++.h... yes

Headers/Dependencies for Mucipher...
WARNING: PyMucipher disabled, NOT building Python bindings for mucipher.
Enable with: PYMUCIPHER=0
Looking for replacement (PyCrypto)...
PyCrypto is available, PyMucipher isn't needed anyway.

Headers/Dependencies for Museekal...
Checking for setsockopt() in C library socket... no
Checking for gethostent() in C library nsl... yes

Headers/Dependencies for Museek...
Checking for inflate(0, Z_FINISH) in C++ library z... yes

Headers/Dependencies for Tools...
Checking for ov_clear(0) in C++ library ... yes
OGG Vorbis found, compiling into muscan.
* muscan will be installed
Checking for FAMOpen2(0,0) in C++ library fam... no

WARNING: PyMucipher is not going to be installed, so you should install either PyCrypto, or PyMucipher
Headers/Dependencies for setup...
pyexpat found, musetup will run properly.
* musetup will be installed
PyGTK found, musetup-gtk will run properly.
* musetup-gtk will be installed

Headers/Dependencies for python-clients...
* mulog will be installed
* museekcontrol will be installed
WARNING: PyMucipher is not going to be installed, so you should install either PyCrypto, or PyMucipher

Headers/Dependencies for mucous...
* mucous will be installed
WARNING: PyMucipher may not be available, so you should install either PyCrypto, or PyMucipher
* murmur will be installed
WARNING: PyMucipher may not be available, so you should install either PyCrypto, or PyMucipher
Headers/Dependencies for museeq...
Qt translation app 'lrelease' not found in the path or QTDIR /bin/ Aborting!
 
Old 10-02-2007, 06:11 AM   #2
Trintith
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Quote:
Originally Posted by yianni View Post
i've been working on this for hours and i get this error when i type scons install

[root@localhost museek+-0.1.13]# scons install
scons: Reading SConscript files ...
Using SCons version 0.97
Reading FLAGS from defaults.py and Command Line arguments
BUILDING with CCFLAGS: -fPIC -Wall -pipe -g
Checking for header file stdio.h... yes
Checking for header file sys/types.h... yes
Checking for header file sys/stat.h... yes
Checking for header file stdlib.h... yes
Checking for header file stddef.h... yes
Checking for header file memory.h... yes
Checking for header file string.h... yes
Checking for header file strings.h... yes
Checking for header file inttypes.h... yes
Checking for header file stdbool.h... yes
Checking for header file stdint.h... yes
Checking for header file unistd.h... yes
Checking for header file stdarg.h... yes
Checking for header file netdb.h... yes
Checking for header file sys/socket.h... yes
Checking for header file sys/un.h... yes
Checking for header file fcntl.h... yes
Checking for header file netinet/in.h... yes
Checking for header file sys/poll.h... yes
Checking for header file pwd.h... yes
Checking for header file errno.h... yes
Checking for header file syslog.h... yes
Checking for iconv input type... char**
Checking for C header file sys/epoll.h... yes
Checking for C++ function epoll_ctl()... yes
Checking for C header file signal.h... yes
Checking signal callback return type... void
Checking for C type UNIX_PATH_MAX... no
Checking for C header file time.h... yes
Checking for C header file dirent.h... yes
Checking for C++ function scandir()... yes
Checking for scandir entry type... dirent
Checking for large file support... yes (_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64)
Checking for C++ type uint... yes
Checking for C++ type uint32... no
Compiling Muhelp, Mucipher, Museekal, Museek, Tools, museekd, doc, python-bindings, setup, python-clients
and Mucous...
and Murmur...
and Museeq...
Headers/Dependencies for Muhelp...
Checking for libxml++... libxml++-2.6
Checking for C++ header file libxml++/libxml++.h... yes

Headers/Dependencies for Mucipher...
WARNING: PyMucipher disabled, NOT building Python bindings for mucipher.
Enable with: PYMUCIPHER=0
Looking for replacement (PyCrypto)...
PyCrypto is available, PyMucipher isn't needed anyway.

Headers/Dependencies for Museekal...
Checking for setsockopt() in C library socket... no
Checking for gethostent() in C library nsl... yes

Headers/Dependencies for Museek...
Checking for inflate(0, Z_FINISH) in C++ library z... yes

Headers/Dependencies for Tools...
Checking for ov_clear(0) in C++ library ... yes
OGG Vorbis found, compiling into muscan.
* muscan will be installed
Checking for FAMOpen2(0,0) in C++ library fam... no

WARNING: PyMucipher is not going to be installed, so you should install either PyCrypto, or PyMucipher
Headers/Dependencies for setup...
pyexpat found, musetup will run properly.
* musetup will be installed
PyGTK found, musetup-gtk will run properly.
* musetup-gtk will be installed

Headers/Dependencies for python-clients...
* mulog will be installed
* museekcontrol will be installed
WARNING: PyMucipher is not going to be installed, so you should install either PyCrypto, or PyMucipher

Headers/Dependencies for mucous...
* mucous will be installed
WARNING: PyMucipher may not be available, so you should install either PyCrypto, or PyMucipher
* murmur will be installed
WARNING: PyMucipher may not be available, so you should install either PyCrypto, or PyMucipher
Headers/Dependencies for museeq...
Qt translation app 'lrelease' not found in the path or QTDIR /bin/ Aborting!
Aside for missing a few optional dependencies, it seems that QT is either not installed, or not fully installed. If you are using Ubuntu or a similar distro, lrelease isn't actually in the normal QT package. It would be found in the developpment packages (in Ubuntu you need to install qt3-dev-tools for QT3 and qt4-dev for QT4 [you probably want QT3])

Hope this helps,
Josh!
 
Old 10-02-2007, 11:52 AM   #3
yianni
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i ended up installing it somehow i have a question though when compiling software in linux where should i be installing it too like in fedora what folder should my museeq folder be in, also how do i uninstall it if i need to
 
  


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