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Re: compilation error
Thu, 06 Aug 2009 16:16:53 -0000
Same compilation problem with Debian : stable Lenny comes with boost 1.34 but contains also boost1.35.
Upgrade with synaptic is quite easy : select libboost1.35-dev to install, boost 1.34 packages are removed and 1.35 installed with some others.
But kicad compilation failed too.
Debian testing (Squeeze) provides boost1.37, to install :
1 - update sources.list (/etc/apt) with something like :
#deb http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian lenny main
deb http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian squeeze main
2 - run apt-get update
3 - run synaptic to select and install libboost1.37-dev
4 - Re-establish sources.list and run apt-get update again.
and ... kicad compil run to 100%.
I think Ubuntu works about the same method.
--- In kicad-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Alain Mouette <alainm@...> wrote:
> Hum, ok. Is there a tutorial for boost upgrade? I am specificaly asking
> this because once that I tryed, it got all mixed up between versions and
> things never worked fine again.
> More specificaly: my Ubuntu has a lot of libboost*.deb packages. I know
> that some ahe header only, but some are not. Can this be just a matter
> of removing all libboost packages and making a simple boost install?
> Sorry if I just look scared, but it did byte me before :)