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Newer versions of Mandriva (from at least 2010.0) use lm_sensors4 instead of lm_sensors3. If urpmi reports that liblm_sensors3-devel or lib64lm_sensors3-devel does not exist, try respectively liblm_sensors4-devel or lib64lm_sensors4-devel.
 
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If you prefer a graphical interface, select the packages listed above in the "Install Software" tool in Mandriva Linux Control Center.
 
If you prefer a graphical interface, select the packages listed above in the "Install Software" tool in Mandriva Linux Control Center.

Revision as of 21:56, 29 June 2011


Getting_Started/Build/Distributions/Mandriva

In Mandriva the build dependencies you need are installed with:

urpmi gcc-c++ make cmake libxml2-devel libbzip2_1-devel libclucene-devel \
liblrdf2-devel libmesagl1-devel subversion doxygen libdbus-devel \
libopenssl1.0.0-devel libalsa2-devel libgpgme-devel libboost-devel \
libxine-devel libungif-devel libcppunit-devel libxslt-devel \
libaspell-devel libxcb-devel patch libpng-devel libjpeg62-devel \
docbook-dtd42-xml

You may want to add some optional packages to enable compilation of additional features:

urpmi libusb-devel libbluez-devel OpenEXR-devel libxklavier-devel \
liblm_sensors3-devel libmysql-devel libxslt-proc mysql

If you're running a 64-bit environment you should install these packages with:

urpmi gcc-c++ make cmake lib64xml2-devel lib64bzip2_1-devel \
lib64clucene-devel lib64lrdf2-devel lib64mesagl1-devel \
subversion doxygen lib64dbus-1-devel lib64openssl1.0.0-devel \
lib64alsa2-devel lib64gpgme-devel lib64boost-devel lib64xine-devel \
lib64gift-devel lib64ungif4-devel lib64cppunit-devel lib64xslt-devel \
lib64aspell-devel lib64xcb-devel patch

And for additional features:

urpmi lib64usb-devel lib64bluez-devel lib64OpenEXR-devel lib64xklavier-devel \
lib64lm_sensors3-devel

Newer versions of Mandriva (from at least 2010.0) use lm_sensors4 instead of lm_sensors3. If urpmi reports that liblm_sensors3-devel or lib64lm_sensors3-devel does not exist, try respectively liblm_sensors4-devel or lib64lm_sensors4-devel.

If you prefer a graphical interface, select the packages listed above in the "Install Software" tool in Mandriva Linux Control Center.


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