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Re: Unable to install 4.0 with Ubuntu

From: Chechu Garguez
Subject: Re: Unable to install 4.0 with Ubuntu
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2015 07:27:47 +0200

Good morning to everyone.

If you are building the new 4.0 series on Debian/Ubuntu it is also necessary portaudio-dev and libqt-gl-dev for the Qt-gui interface.
They are installed?
Try to re-configure.

Regards Chechu

Le 11 juin 2015 04:13, "Tatsuro MATSUOKA" <address@hidden> a écrit :
----- Original Message -----

> From: Curt Carpenter 
> To: octave-maintainers
> Cc:
> Date: 2015/6/11, Thu 09:38
> Subject: Re: Unable to install 4.0 with Ubuntu
> Hello.
> Sorry for the delay.  I had to make another try at installing Octave 4.0
> under Ubuntu 14.04 in order to get to the config.log.
> During config, I get the message "Qt libraries not found -- disabling
> GUI."
> Otherwise, configure and make seem to run to completion normally.  Make
> Install failed -- until I realized that I had to be root in order to execute
> it.  "sudo make install" ran to completion, and I now have Octave 4.0
> installed, but with no GUI.
> I've sent my config.log by private email to tmacchant.
> From Private mail
> I was able to use the GUI on Octave 3.8.1.  Is there anything I can do to install the GUI without doing through the whole Octave install process again (it takes about 2 hours on this PC)?

Perhaps you use octave 3.8.1 from Ubuntu repository. In the case, only run time libraries for Qt are installed.
Please install dev package for qt and qscintilla.

$ sudo apt-get install libqt4-dev libqscintilla2-dev

and try to build again.


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