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Old 16-01-2013, 15:43   #1
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Opencpn Depedancies issues on Debian

Hi I'm a new Linux user

I'm trying to load opencpn on Debian and get the follwing error message
"Error: Dependency is not satisfiable: libtinyxml2.6.2"
Using synaptic I found the libtinyxml2.5.3 but not the requested file.
How can I complete the installation and solve this issue, it appears that Debian does not provide it, is there another site that I can use ?

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Old 16-01-2013, 22:00   #2
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Re: Opencpn Depedancies issues on Debian

Alain...

I think this is a true bug. We are researching now.

I suspect you may need to wait for the next OpenCPN 3.1.xx Beta version to get the fix. The .deb you have requires libtinyxml2.6.2, which is available for Debian sid, not squeeze. There may be a backport, but I cannot find it....

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Old 17-01-2013, 00:57   #3
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Re: Opencpn Depedancies issues on Debian

Hi Dave
Thank you Dave for your fast response.
Any idea when the fix will be available ?
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Old 20-01-2013, 12:24   #4
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Re: Opencpn Depedancies issues on Debian

Hi Dave
I have succesfully installed the new build released few hours ago.
Unfortunately it seems that the executable is looking for the Tinyxlm lib
I got the message

$ opencpn
opencpn: error while loading shared libraries: libtinyxml.so.2.6.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

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Re: Opencpn Depedancies issues on Debian

I Have tried to link the libtinyxm.so.2.5.3 to libTinyxm.so.2.6.2
Open Cpn starts, show up the warning page and the crash with a segmentation fault.
So I continue to investigate.
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Re: Opencpn Depedancies issues on Debian

I Have tried to link the libtinyxm.so.2.5.3 to libTinyxm.so.2.6.2
Open Cpn starts, show up the warning page and then crash with a segmentation fault.
So I continue to investigate.
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Old 22-01-2013, 04:52   #7
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Re: Opencpn Depedancies issues on Debian

Hi Dave
Finally I have reinstalled Debian.
The issue of TinyXLM2.6.2 still exist, but is solved by making a link to the 2.5.3 version.
Open CPN works fine, and seems to be stable.
I have to go to the boat and connect it to NMEA, I'll test all the features like AIS, .transfer data through the network and other stuff...
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