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(icon-slicer in squeeze now, nothing special about it anymore)
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  ./sugar-jhbuild depscheck -s | sudo xargs aptitude -y install
  ./sugar-jhbuild depscheck -s | sudo xargs aptitude -y install
=== icon-slicer ===
icon-slicer currently is in the process of being accepted into Debian (NEW queue). For the time being, please either install manually (and ignore depscheck complaining about it) or use the packages from Jonas Smedegaard (amd64 only). For the latter, add the following line to <tt>/etc/apt/sources.list</tt>:
deb http://debian.jones.dk sid sugar-src
== Fixing RPATH ==
== Fixing RPATH ==

Revision as of 16:27, 29 August 2009

Supported versions

Currently squeeze (testing) and sid (unstable) are supported.


In order to install sugar-jhbuild, you need to install git-core, lsb-release, python and subversion:

aptitude install git-core lsb-release python subversion

Installing dependencies

After installing and updating sugar-jhbuild according to the common instructions, you can use this invocation to install all dependencies automatically:

./sugar-jhbuild depscheck -s | sudo xargs aptitude -y install

Fixing RPATH

To work around a bug in the Gnome Python bindings, you need to issue the following commands after installing all dependencies:

sudo aptitude install chrpath
find /usr/lib/pyshared/python2.*/gtk-2.0 -name "*.so" | sudo xargs chrpath -d

Install xulrunner

With Debian testing ("squeeze"), you should install xulrunner and xulrunner-dev for mozilla to compile correctly (xulrunner-1.9 is not enough).

 apt-get install xulrunner xulrunner-dev