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16 Sep 2020 07:49 #182407 by Aciera
sudo apt-get install libgl1-mesa-dev

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16 Sep 2020 07:53 #182408 by JackRay
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16 Sep 2020 08:00 #182409 by Aciera
Ok. Maybe it't time to speed things up a bit and try andys advice from earlier.

See how this works for you:

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16 Sep 2020 08:59 #182412 by JackRay
I'm sorry, but I absolutely didn't understand the logic. I can't figure out where the orders you are giving me are from. We install a package like "Mesa" when it is not mentioned anywhere?
I look on the internet every time for advice or documents that you give me, but it is very vague from one explanation to another ...

I try to find solutions, but it seems very tedious and difficult to me.

I found a command which will allow to know all the dependencies of a package to install "apt-rdepends" is this useful for me?

thank you

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16 Sep 2020 09:13 - 16 Sep 2020 09:33 #182414 by Aciera

I try to find solutions, but it seems very tedious and difficult to me.


I know this IS the most tedious part of all. That's why pre made install ISOs for USB sticks are made. Unfortunatly, as you have seen, the standard installation of linuxCNC does not cover your specific needs for 5axis machining. So you will have to keep at it.

I found a command which will allow to know all the dependencies of a package to install "apt-rdepends" is this useful for me?

I don't know that command but this exactly what the instructions in my last post were for. dpkg-checkbuilddebs should give you the required dependencies for building LinuxCNC. So type the commands (in red) from those instructions and after the step with "dpkg-checkbuilddebs" you should get a list of all the things that still need to be installed in order to build LinucCNC from source so you can install it as in the instructions.


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To answer your question as to where I come up with the commands to try:
All I do is google the error you get and try to decide if it might make it go away.;) I'm no expert but that worked for me when I did it.
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16 Sep 2020 10:44 #182427 by JackRay
I performed a "devscripts-dpkg-dev python without problem. The following line failed because it asks me to make an" update "which I did. But there I have an error, and can not go any more far.

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16 Sep 2020 11:23 #182431 by Aciera
Well, you didn't follow the instructions.

in the directory ~/linuxcnc-dev/debian$

you need to run the command: ./configure uspace

after that you run: dpkg-checkbuilddeps

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16 Sep 2020 17:40 #182450 by JackRay
Yes, I followed the instructions exactly, and it asks me to do an "update" which does not work:P
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16 Sep 2020 18:19 - 16 Sep 2020 18:23 #182451 by Aciera
Ok, that complicates things. So lets try if we can get the required key installed.

Import the key:
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys C9F836336AAD909E


try the update again:

sudo apt-get update

If this does not work we'll go back to dealing with the missing dependencies one by one.
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16 Sep 2020 18:28 #182452 by JackRay
it was not complicated enough ...

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