[kforge-user] [Fwd: [kforge-dev] Debian packages]
rufus.pollock at okfn.org
Mon Mar 17 11:45:41 UTC 2008
Thanks to Martin Fuzzey's untiring efforts there is now a Debian package
for KForge. Details are below and in the attached README. Once again
we'd like a big thank-you to Martin for his work on this.
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Subject: [kforge-dev] Debian packages
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 00:59:55 +0100
From: Martin Fuzzey <mfuzzey at gmail.com>
To: kforge-dev at lists.okfn.org
I now have first versions of the packages.
For the moment they are on my server.
To get the sources add
deb-src http://www2.fuzzey.dynalias.net/debs etch main contrib non-free
to your sources.list
you can then do
$sudo aptitude update
$apt-get source domainmodel kforge
To build them make sure you have devscripts installed and do
$debuild -us -uc
$debuild -us -uc
This will build the binary packages
To install them you will either need a local repository or use gdebi
(which unfortunately has gtk dependencies on etch)
If you are feeling lazy and trusting you can also add
deb http://www2.fuzzey.dynalias.net/debs etch main contrib non-free
and install my prebuilt binaries (at your own risk and peril!)
There are still a few rough edges:
* I'm not quite sure how to handle removing a plugin package while
kforge instances still exist
* There are a few lintian warnings (missing man files)
* I still have trouble reloading the apache config file sometimes...
The README.Debian attached to get an idea how it works.
For the moment the packages only install on etch (with python-routes
from backports as explained in the README.Debian)
They build on etch and gutsy
To install on gutsy / lenny will require fixing the dependency on the
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