building kdebluetooth from Slackbuilds on Slackware64-current
Hope this helps someone! I first intended this as a call-for-help topic, but since I started to poke around, I began to feel more confidant and thought of making this a how-to. But, in the end I found out I really am at a loss...
I've been trying to get a bluetooth (v2.0) dongle to work in Slackware64-current and since I came across the kdebluetooth project it seemed a good idea to give it a try. From slackbuild.org I got the slackbuild script and the source files.
Since I had everything I might need, I untarred the SBo package and copied the source package inside the directory created during the extraction process. A quick peak at kdebluetooth.SlackBuild and all seems well.
As root I fired away
So I went back to the SlackBuild script and changed the arch type from i486 to x86_64.
Again issuing build command and it stops at qt check... Luckily I had needed to build qt4 from SlackBuild when I ran slackware-current. So another check its build script, changing the arch type and building qt4... boy! this takes a little some time!
While it builds, I'm decided to do some maintenance on my laptop, in three easy comands, I am slackware64-current again! Thanks to a great tool called slackpkg (update && install-new && upgrade-all).
Qt4's SlackBuild finished building and it installed OK, but i got this very enligthened error:
Thanks in advance!
'kdebluetooth' is for KDE 3.x / qt3 only.
Hence the line ... " error: Qt (>= Qt 3.2 and < 4.0) "
where ' >= ' means later than (more than) or equal to,
and ' < ' means less than ( 4.0 )
The config.log is found in /tmp/SBo/kdebluetooth-1.0_beta8/
( May disapper with the '--clean-after' option ? ?
.... I never use that option, like to inspect results.)
Alternatively unpack kdebluetooth-1.0_beta8.tar.bz2 and run
./configure to watch the config.log .
May be you can use kdebluetooth4
Or you could install the kde3 compatibility packages that are in /extra
err..., how do i install kdebluetooth4? got the package, but still haven't figured out how to use cmake...
thanks in advance,
EDIT: Nevermind this! I got it running!
May I ask how you got it running? Thank you. I have been having issues compiling kbluetooth4.
By "I got it running" I meant cmake, should've been more specific. I have been working too much, haven't had more time to play with kbluetooth...
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