Help installing Subsurface in Ubuntu?
salvador.cunat at gmail.com
Mon Jun 5 23:52:08 PDT 2017
Good morning Frank, Rick
2017-06-06 6:04 GMT+02:00 Frank O'Donnell <ssf at inkbox.net>:
> On 6/5/17 8:36 PM, Rick Walsh wrote:
> Sorry, my instructions missed that. The easiest way to create the build
> directory is to let it be created when running the build.sh script. After
> that, configure ccmake and run build.sh again.
> cd ~/src
> (assuming all build correctly)
> cd subsurface
> ccmake build
> (enable SMARTTRAK_IMPORT)
> cd ..
> (builds Subsurface again, this time including the import tool; it won't
> take nearly as long since you've already built Subsurface once)
> Thanks. I noticed as build.sh ran (what was planned to be the first time),
> it appeared mostly normal but very occasionally there were some displays
> scrolling by that could have been warnings. At the very end of running
> build.sh, it ended with this:
> CMake Error: The source directory "/home/frank/src/subsurface/build"
> does not appear to
> contain CMakeLists.txt.
> Specify --help for usage, or press the help button on the CMake GUI.
> make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
> When I then tried executing "ccmake build", it repeated the first two
> lines of this error message, and the only option presented was to exit.
Last night sent a PR to github, which changes all building for smarttrak
importer making it easier (hopefully). The user will only have to run a
script, smtk2ssrf-build.sh in the same fashion build.sh works.
It tries to find libmdb.a so if it's not installed, will download mdbtools
and build it. The only dependencies will be glib-2.0 (libglib2.0 in
debian/ubuntu) and having built subsurface as a firs step.
So if Rick's instructions fail, just wait a couple of days.
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