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Old 03-02-2016, 12:28 PM   #61
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Hi,

I would like to compile the latest version of bowtie2, which is at the moment at version 2.7.0 (see here). This does not work via the SBo SlackBuild after changing the version nos. I ran into a problem getting all the binaries, like bowtie2-align, (and loads more, comparing what they published in the pre-compiled binary-distribution). Compiling works with 2.1.0, the SBo version, but that is 3 years old....

Does anyone have a clue what is needed to get this to work?
 
Old 03-02-2016, 01:05 PM   #62
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The slackbuild already notes that you should be using 64bit for ZOL; I know that they for a long time didn't support building or running on 32bit at all, but not sure how it is currently.
Thanks! I'll set UNSUPPORTED in the .info file.

Edit: So having looked this up, it's not 100% accurate. Upstream says: "You are strongly encouraged to use a 64-bit kernel. At the moment zfs will build in a 32-bit environment but will not run stably."

And indeed it did build on 32-bit 14.1 ... which is why it was in my 14.2 failed build list. I haven't tried to fix it yet.

Let's see what Willy thinks

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Old 03-02-2016, 01:45 PM   #63
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Apparently jfsw has been developed all this time even though the last release snapshot was in 2005.

https://github.com/jonof/jfsw

So I made a SlackBuild that clones directly from the git master and works in current, additionally the 32-bit restriction is gone. Full screen has some graphical issues and the config file needs to be edited to get the mouse look working correctly, but otherwise it seems to work well with my initial testing.

https://notabug.org/orbea/SlackBuild...rc/master/jfsw
 
Old 03-02-2016, 02:46 PM   #64
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Thanks orbea for finding the git repo, however git clone and git submodule update are not acceptable in SBo SlackBuilds so there's quite a lot of work for me there
 
Old 03-02-2016, 03:02 PM   #65
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I would like to compile the latest version of bowtie2, which is at the moment at version 2.7.0
You could nag the maintainer, but he's a frequent and well respected contributor here at LQ, so he might be along soon to answer your question
 
Old 03-02-2016, 03:08 PM   #66
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Thanks orbea for finding the git repo, however git clone and git submodule update are not acceptable in SBo SlackBuilds so there's quite a lot of work for me there
Yea, that is why I have a separate personal repo for those. Seems the best way would be for the SBo maintainer to provide their own source packages or to convince the developers to release tarballs more often. Digging through 10 years of commits doesn't seem like a very good option.
 
Old 03-02-2016, 03:35 PM   #67
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Thanks! I'll set UNSUPPORTED in the .info file.

Edit: So having looked this up, it's not 100% accurate. Upstream says: "You are strongly encouraged to use a 64-bit kernel. At the moment zfs will build in a 32-bit environment but will not run stably."

And indeed it did build on 32-bit 14.1 ... which is why it was in my 14.2 failed build list. I haven't tried to fix it yet.

Let's see what Willy thinks
if it's not really working well on 32 bit, let's set it to UNTESTED
 
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Old 03-02-2016, 04:07 PM   #68
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Apparently jfsw has been developed all this time even though the last release snapshot was in 2005.

https://github.com/jonof/jfsw

So I made a SlackBuild that clones directly from the git master and works in current, additionally the 32-bit restriction is gone. Full screen has some graphical issues and the config file needs to be edited to get the mouse look working correctly, but otherwise it seems to work well with my initial testing.

https://notabug.org/orbea/SlackBuild...rc/master/jfsw
I wonder how you get pass this error?
Code:
jfbuild/src/libengine.a(kplib.o): In function `putbuf':
kplib.c:(.text+0x10de): undefined reference to `abstab10'
kplib.c:(.text+0x1348): undefined reference to `trnsrgb'
kplib.c:(.text+0x1359): undefined reference to `trnsrgb'
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
Makefile:217: recipe for target 'sw' failed
 
Old 03-02-2016, 05:40 PM   #69
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Re. jfsw: how about https://slackbuilds.org/cgit/slackbu...15bb147235d39f ?
 
Old 03-02-2016, 05:45 PM   #70
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oh i just saw it now

Thanks David
 
Old 03-02-2016, 06:47 PM   #71
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Thanks orbea for finding the git repo, however git clone and git submodule update are not acceptable in SBo SlackBuilds so there's quite a lot of work for me there
You could use the commit tarball that github provides for every commit.
The latest one as of this writing would be: https://github.com/jonof/jfsw/archiv...2062766.tar.gz
 
Old 03-02-2016, 06:52 PM   #72
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I already did, see #69 above
 
Old 03-02-2016, 07:05 PM   #73
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Ah, my bad. I looked at that one, but there were just way too many changes in that commit for me to be able to notice that. Got stuck reading the documentation changes and therefore thought it was completely irrelevant to the download url, so stopped reading. Oops.
 
Old 03-02-2016, 11:36 PM   #74
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Cool, have you tested it much? I tested it a bit more and I'm getting segfaults while playing here.

https://github.com/jonof/jfsw/issues/14
 
Old 03-03-2016, 02:49 AM   #75
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have you tested it much?
Some poxy ten year old game? More than five thousand packages in the repo? Two days into a mass rebuild of *everything* because the new glibc broke isnan? Take a wild guess.
 
  


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