How exactly did you build Soprano 2.8 not running into my problem?
(Can't use available binary because of this issue - http://sourceforge.net/p/soprano/bugs/31/)
I'm still have this problem of "conflicting libraries" trying cmake.
I'm building Soprano myself because of the "libclucene.so.0, needed by libsopranoindex.so, not found" problem where I need to workaround and set SOPRANO_DISABLE_LUCENE_INDEX=1 in cmake config.
Anything I can do to build Soprano 2.8?
This is not a bug. It is a support request. Please do not use the bug tracker for this bug the mailing list.
As for your problem:
- If you are building for KDE you do not need clucene at all.
- I do nto know how Suse manages the packge problems with unixodbc and iodbc. Soprano still requires iodbc. That is something that should be fixed at some point...
Thanks for the reply, but I have to say I still do not know how to compile Soprano now. Unfortunately I'm using Soprano and Nepomuk in my application and if things does not work how can I develop application using Nepomuk. If there are no resolve or a knowledge base for problems how should the Nepomuk user base grow in the bigger scheme of things?
This was stated as a problem, not a bug, hence the appropriate heading/subject. This is not just a Suse problem but coming up in loads of other Distros. I also know that this is hard because this type of thing is a lot of time a problem in Linux with other libraries too, but I was after information to resolve this problem, help, not blaming Soprano, it might be beneficial to others later on.
I do not know how to solve this on Suse, except for maybe manually installing libiodbc i /usr/local. Distributions handle these things differently. I recommend you log into the #nepomuk-kde IRC channel or write to the email@example.com mailing list. Those are better places to get help than the bug tracker.
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