Re: Bug#111532: octave2.1: cannot download package using apt-get on ppc
"Daniel" == Daniel Jacobowitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Daniel> On Thu, Sep 06, 2001 at 08:44:58PM -0500, Dirk Eddelbuettel wrote:
Akmal> Package: octave2.1 Version: N/A Severity: normal
Akmal> apt-get complains that there is no installation candidate. This
Dirk> I know -- we need to get this compiled, but I need help from the
Dirk> debian-powerpc crew for that.
Dirk> You could also help. Are you comfortable compiling a local .deb
Dirk> package? I'd be happy to walk you through. Your success or failure
Dirk> would help me in pressuring the Debian porting crew :)
Daniel> No, you don't. Voltaire.debian.org is up again, as it almost
Daniel> always is. I'm glad to help if you need it, but rebuilds don't
Daniel> need me :)
Ah. Will try.
Daniel> As it is, you're stuck on atlas2-dev. That's an unresolved issue.
No longer (see below), Camm invented the /nice/ scheme whereby we compile
against blas-dev which is available everywhere and provides basic
lin. algebra. Where available, atlas2 blas can be loaded instead. Works
wonders (minus a libc/ldconfig bug that upstream disagrees with). Same for
r-base which I also need recompiled (I did a few NMUs for Doug).
edd@sonny:~> grep Build-Depends debian/octave2.1-2.1.34/debian/control
Build-Depends: debhelper, autoconf, tetex-bin, texinfo, g77 [!m68k], f2c \
[m68k], libreadline4-dev, libncurses5-dev, gperf, blas-dev (>= 1.0-9), \
gnuplot, libhdf5-serial-dev [i386]
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