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  • pierrelud

    pierrelud - 2012-09-25

    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/)

     
    Last edit: pierrelud 2012-09-28
  • pierrelud

    pierrelud - 2012-10-25

    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?

     
    Last edit: pierrelud 2012-10-25
  • Sebastian Trueg

    Sebastian Trueg - 2012-10-26

    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...

     
  • Sebastian Trueg

    Sebastian Trueg - 2012-10-26
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • pierrelud

    pierrelud - 2012-10-26

    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.

     
  • Sebastian Trueg

    Sebastian Trueg - 2012-10-26

    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 nepomuk@kde.org mailing list. Those are better places to get help than the bug tracker.

     

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