[Zebralist] installing zebra package on debian etch on an amd64
walter at katipo.co.nz
Thu Jan 11 23:36:18 CET 2007
Ah, but it all goes south because of one little dependency issue. I
use the Perl ZOOM api stuff that you can grab with this:
sudo apt-get install libnet-z3950-perl
However, it requires the libyaz2 package which will promptly
uninstall what I just installed via dpkg! I've got some ideas to
work around this, but if you something occurs to you before I
respond, feel free to let me know.
P.S. - There were some typos in the instructions I included, if you
follow them, make sure you grab all the packages you just built in
dpkg -i commands.
On Jan 10, 2007, at 1:03 PM, Walter McGinnis wrote:
> On Jan 9, 2007, at 9:09 PM, Adam Dickmeiss wrote:
>> Walter McGinnis wrote:
>>> Hello again,
>>> I'm having some problems installing from the Debian packages of
>>> Zebra after making the switch to a system that runs on amd64
>>> rather than i386. I could use some advice on how to make it work.
>> We only provide binaries for i386 at this time. For other
>> architectures, refer to
>> You probably need to install YAZ first. Let us know about your
>> progress (so we can improve the documentation).
>> / Adam
> I did the following after editing my /etc/apt/sources.list to only
> hit the src packages as root:
> $ apt-get update
> $ apt-get upgrade # just for the sake of it
> $ apt-get build-dep libyaz-dev
> $ apt-get source --compile libyaz-de
> $ dpkg -i libyaz-dev_2.1.44-1_amd64.deb libyaz_2.1.44-1_amd64.deb
> $ apt-get build-dep idzebra-2.0
> $ apt-get source --compile idzebra-2.0
> $ dpkg -i idzebra-2.0*.deb libidzebra-2.0*.deb # note no "install"
> after the -i, that is redundant
> I haven't started up zebra or yaz yet, but things seem to be in the
> right places.
> Thanks for the help!
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