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Re: [trinity-devel] tdepim/kitchensync unmet dependencies + krb5.h on wheezy

From: Michael Howard <mike@...>
Date: Sun, 20 Dec 2015 19:02:51 +0000
On 20/12/2015 18:59, Slávek Banko wrote:
> On Sunday 20 of December 2015 19:42:55 Michael Howard wrote:
>> Apologies for following myself up but, having checked the 'Packages'
>> file again, 'kitchensync-trinity' does indeed depend on 'libopensync0
>> (>= 0.22)' which begs the question, how does one install 'tde-trinity'
>> on a clean jessie (which I assume people have done?) when 'libopensync0'
>> is not available in jessie? Without fiddling that is.
>>
>> Or, am I being a bit thick?
> It is very easy - documentation for installation Trinity always says to use
> both the "main" repository, and "build-deps". So users do not have to deal
> with libraries that are not already included in the distribution, but are
> necessary for Trinity installation. See Trinity wiki:
>
> https://wiki.trinitydesktop.org/DebianInstall
>
> The problem therefore arises basically just for developers, because these
> packages are not managed in the GIT.
>

Ah, ok, I'm very sorry for being a thicko tonight.

I've always had a problem with RTFM :)

Mike.

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