[maemo-developers] [maemo-developers] Install development packages

From: jl.biord at free.fr jl.biord at free.fr
Date: Thu Jan 11 12:14:32 EET 2007

> On 1/11/07, Jean-Luc Biord <jl.biord at free.fr> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I want to port an existing gtk program to the 770. When I launch the
> > ./configure script, some packages are required and are not present in
> > rootstrap (i386 and armel).
> Hi Jean-Luc
> >
> > My 2 questions :
> >
> > 1. Who to install the needeed packages? On .deb (where is the good
> > repository ?) or with tar file sources? Because the repository present
> > in rootstrap will not download the packages (the .deb packages are
> > downloaded on my PC without scratchbox when I use "apt-get install").
> >
> Do you mean that when you apt-get something outside scratchbox it
> works? If that's what you mean then you are making a mistake:
> scratchbox's apt is not the same as your main system's apt. That
> includes the available packages and the repositories. Maybe I
> misunderstood you?

No it's that. I understood that repositories are differents inside and outside
the rootstrap. Here my real problem, I want to build a gtk game (teg, a risk
like game):

- On my pc host, when I launch ./configure, an error occurs with libgnomeui
required. With apt-get, the package is found and installed then ./configure
continue without error and build the Makefile, ok.
- In rootstrap, the same problem occurs but I don't know who to install the
package (libgnomeui-dev.deb). apt-get display an error and the package is not
This package exists for rootsrap and where? Or it is required to build from a
source tgz ?

Sorry for my certainly poor English and thanks
> > 2. Who to download a repository for rootstrap (i386 and armel) to
> > install the packages offline (For computers without internet) ?
> You can do apt-get -d install packages and the collect the packages
> from /var/cache/apt/archives/, put them on the other pc and just do
> dpkg -i packages.
Thanks for this information, I come from Mandriva and I do not know apt-get
> >
> > Thanks,
> No problem :)
> >
> > Jean-Luc Biord
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