[Yazlist] php5-yaz - Debian Squeeze

Steven Schwengel schwengel at hotmail.com
Thu Mar 24 22:58:18 CET 2011

Php5-yaz in Debian Squeeze works from Adam's git hub snapshot dated March 22, 2011http://git.indexdata.com/?p=phpyaz.git;a=summary

Note: if you did from scratch an installation of Debian Squeeze with just the first CD-1 install disk or download of the operating system, you'll probably need to install... debhelper and libyaz4-dev before the php5-yaz package. 
Many thanks Adam, you rock !Steven

Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 15:07:09 +0100
From: adam at indexdata.dk
To: yazlist at lists.indexdata.dk
Subject: Re: [Yazlist] php5-yaz - Debian Squeeze


    On 2011-03-22 03:54, Steven Schwengel wrote:
      Is there anyone who has been able to get
        PHP5-YAZ_1.0.7-2.i386 to work in Debian Squeeze? 

    We took 1.0.14 source and moved it to our Git SCM .. Changed debian
    building a bit.. This works for me on Ubuntu Maverick .. 


    Get it from here:




    (click on latest snapshot).


    tar zxf phpyaz-db6f7d5b6fe8d...*.tar.gz

    cd phpyaz

    dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot

    cd ..

    sudo dpkg -i php5-yaz_1.0.14-1indexdata_amd64.deb 


    Please let us know if you succeed on Debian squeeze.


    / Adam



      Unfortunately, I can't get PHP5-YAZ to work on Debian Squeeze
        (it is also not listed as Squeeze compatible on the IndexData
        website). I had upgraded to Squeeze (complete clean install) and
        PHPYAZ is not working for me.  Thankfully, my code was working
        in the previous version to test out... The error message upon
        trying to install in Debian Squeeze I'm getting on a i386 is:

          php5-yaz is already the newest version.
          You might want to run 'apt-get' -f install' to correct
          The following packages have unmet dependencies:
            php5-yaz : Depends:  libyaz2 (>= 2.1.18) but is not
          E:Unmet Dependencies.  Try 'apt-get -f install'



          So for, I have tried installing the software a couple of
            different methods from app-get to a command line install
            with dpkg and I have not had much luck... Also, I cannot
            find copy of libyaz2 or using the 'apt-get -f' install
            option as well does not bring me any closer. Any help would
            be great.  I'm willing to learn something new in order to
            track down what is up.  Any starter thoughts?  Hopefully I'm
            doing something wrong that can be fixed...  I'd rather not
            have to downgrade to Lenny, but I'm willing to downgrade it
            to fix my php-yaz installation problem.

        Many Thanks,
        Steven S.

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