$ sudo apt-get install python-bsddb3
I find it odd that Kubunutu doesn't include python, since python is very
heavily used by the system in Ubunutu.
On Thu, 2005-07-21 at 20:31 -0700, Ralph De Witt wrote:
> On Thursday 21 July 2005 07:28 pm, Alex Roitman wrote:
> > Ralph,
> > On 07/21/2005 06:50:40 PM, Ralph De Witt wrote:
> > > I just moved to Kunbuntu Hoary version 5.04 and updated it. I had a very
> > > kind gentleman make me a deb for Gramps 2.0.5 and he is willing to have
> > > it shared with the project if you attribute his site 'if he puts
> > > attribution, my site is http://sethkinast.com :P."
> > First off, does the Debian package not work for you? If so, what precisely
> > is a problem with it? It should have correct dependencies, so installing
> > that package via normal methods should just work. Here's it:
> > http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/pool/main/g/gramps/gramps_2.0.5-1_all.deb
> Did not try the Debian deb see below. My original problem was the Ubuntu only
> had a version 1.0.8 in their repositories.
> I am not sure I am the right person to answer this question, as I understand
> it Kubunbtu is a KDE version of Unbuntu. It does not install Python by
> default. Unbuntu is derived from Debian, has it's own tweeks, has it's own
> repositories, and from what I understand most Debian deb's do not run on it
> due to package name changes.
> > > But my problem is that Kubuntu does not seem to come with the Berkely
> > > Database installed. And after a IRC discussion I still can not figure
> > > what filles I need to install to get the Berkely Database stuff
> > > installed. Can some one help me. Thanks in advance.
> > I must have missed the IRC discussion, so forgive me for asking again:
> > how does it not work? The default python is shipped with the bsddb
> > module. This should in turn depend on the appropriate libs for Berkeley DB.
> > Which part is missing? Can you get it from Debian?
> I have the following lib's installed:
> package version
> libdb1-compat 2.1.3-7
> libdb3 3.29-22
> libdb4.2 4.2.52-17unbuntu1
> libdb4.2++ 4.2.52-17unbuntu1
> libdb4.3 4.3.21-11
> I believe I have all the python dependencies meet. There is a ton of python
> stuff installed. What triggered this email is the fact that I opened my
> gramps Data base and closed it with Gramps 2.0.5 and I do not see any .db or
> gmdb files. In my Geneology folder. So I thought something must be missing. I
> may be wrong but isn't 2.0.5 supposed to automatic create the database files
> after opening the old xml file structure?
> On another note the Unbuntu folks are looking for Debian developers to make
> Unbuntu packages and help move fixes/patches back into Debian.
> > Alex
Don Allingham <donaldallingham@...>