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Month: September 2012

Re: [trinity-users] Trinity and openSUSE

From: Francois Andriot <francois.andriot@...>
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2012 23:15:29 +0200
Le 18/09/2012 21:20, Robert Xu a �crit :
> On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 3:07 PM, Sl�vek Banko<slavek.banko@...>  wrote:
>> On Tuesday 18 of September 2012 20:51:52 Robert Xu wrote:
>>> Additionally, I haven't updated my specs in about a month trying to
>>> get tqt3 to compile.
>> Robert,
>> I see that you're trying for R14.
>> You will also prepare
> Planning to, but I don't think I'll have them ready in time for
> release.
> (To be honest, I don't have much time as I would like or thought I would have.)

here is my TDE 3.5.13 test build for Opensuse 12.2 x86_64. For now, I've 
built up to tdebase only.

The following commands should do the trick to install tdebase:
# zypper addrepo -t YUM 
# zypper addrepo -t YUM 
# zypper install trinity-tdebase
Note: when it complains about unsigned packages, just answer "yes" to 
ignore and continue.

- Only QT3 package is based on the original opensuse 12.2 package, 
updated to 3.3.8d .
- I've taken binary packages for HAL 0.5.14 from the opensuse-kde3 
- All other packages are based on Trinity's RHEL/Fedora packaging, with 
very tiny modifications for OpenSuse. It's not based on opensuse-kde3.
- Installing QT 3.3.8d will update Opensuse's QT 3.3.8c and will likely 
break KDE3 if it is installed, sorry for that.

And yes, I know, the first feedback I will get is "hey, why are there no 
i386 packages ?".
The answer is: if I had built i386 packages, the first feedback would 
have been "hey, why are there no x86_64 packages ?"
I will build i586 tomorrow.

Source packages are here:

Have fun