Yesterday I tried again to compile it
It worked !!!
I had to install some packages that
"./configure" required, although with another names (e.g. ./configure
required "zlib", I installed "zlib1g-dev" as "most
similiar" for me). Previously it costed me a lot of frustration seeking
for non-existing names.
1. No more unoficial debs - failed installation
from .deb totally messed my apt-get, I had to reinstall all the system
2. Authors of source code:
pls take into consideration that for
average ex win-user "zlib" is not the same as "zlib1g-dev",
"wxWidget" is not the same as wxGtk2.4 sth" . Use exact
names in script messages !
3. I stitched some photos and I like
Hugin for flexibility. Before I used some proprietary winsoft from Canon
Hugo Vanwoerkom <email@example.com> Wysłane przez: news <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Re: Hugin on debian "sarge"
Zbigniew Wiech wrote:
> Does anyone know where to get "hugin.deb" that will work
> "sarge" relesase of debian ?
> I tried to compile it from source, I died on "./configure"
> "no panotools support" was displayed. I'm not a computer
guy I do not
> know what to do with this.
> I tried to install it from .deb package got from somewhere on the
> It displayed a list of missing and obsolete packages. The try
> complete missing packages resulted in even longer list of "missing
> package" error due to dependencies in new packages.
> Would anyone help ?
> hugin on debian "sarge"
> best regards
> Zbigniew Więch, Poland
seems to have debs.
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