robert.muller2 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 8 03:41:38 GMT 2015
Greetings. I'm not quite sure where to post this question. I have been
porting Kenichi Asai's OSX-based Universe library to ubuntu and have run
into an opam error. Trolling around the internet has not led to a
solution. Kenichi's installation instructions were expressed in terms of
macports + opam:
sudo port install cairo +x11
sudo port install gtk2 +x11
sudo port install libgnomecanvas
sudo port install pkgconfig
opam install ocamlfind
opam install conf-gnomecanvas
opam install lablgtk
- Install OCamlMakefile.
opam install ocaml-makefile
I have followed these on ubuntu using apt-get, I believe successfully,
until I get to the following. Any hints greatly appreciated. - Bob Muller
vagrant at vagrant-ubuntu-trusty-32:/usr/bin$ sudo opam install
The following actions will be performed:
- install conf-gnomecanvas.2
=== 1 to install ===
=-=- Synchronizing package archives
=-=- Installing packages
[ERROR] The compilation of conf-gnomecanvas.2 failed.
Nothing to do.
#=== ERROR while installing conf-gnomecanvas.2
# opam-version 1.2.0
# os linux
# command pkg-config libgnomecanvas-2.0
# path /home/vagrant/.opam/4.01.0/build/conf-gnomecanvas.2
# compiler 4.01.0
# exit-code 1
'opam install conf-gnomecanvas --verbose' failed.
vagrant at vagrant-ubuntu-trusty-32:/usr/bin$
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