anjuta installation help-ubuntu 6.06

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  1. sagar_mutha

    sagar_mutha New Member

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    I need to install Anjuta IDE on my friends Ubuntu installation.He doesnt have an internet connection so cant use Synoptic or apt-get.Tried downloading the source package but on cmpiling(./configure) it gives me the following error.

    checking for a BSD-compatible install... /usr/bin/install -c
    checking whether build environment is sane... yes
    checking for gawk... no
    checking for mawk... mawk
    checking whether make sets $(MAKE)... yes
    checking whether to enable maintainer-specific portions of Makefiles... no
    checking for perl... /usr/bin/perl
    checking for XML::parser... configure: error: XML::parser perl module is required for intltool

    Please help a noob to linux!
     
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    regarding the error u need to manually get libxml-parser-perl .deb from dapper repos.again anjuta may ask more dependencies.mind getting this installed even via dialup will be better
    Y yaar.get this anjuta ide from dapper repositories!.paste my sources.list for all these..download the .debs anjuta and anjuta-common from repo and copy to usbdisk or whatever and try installing.dependencies are huge for anjuta.so up2 u.

    Code:
    deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu dapper main restricted universe multiverse
    
    ## Major bug fix updates produced after the final release of the
    ## distribution.
    deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu dapper-updates main restricted universe multiverse
    
    deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ dapper-backports main restricted universe multiverse
    
    deb http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu dapper-security main restricted universe multiverse
    
    deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu dapper-proposed main restricted universe multiverse
    
    #Unofficial
    # If you get errors about missing keys, lookup the key in this file
    # and run these commands (replace KEY with the key number)
    #
    # gpg --keyserver subkeys.pgp.net --recv KEY
    # gpg --export --armor KEY | sudo apt-key add -
    
    # Penguin Liberation Front (packages)
    deb http://packages.freecontrib.org/ubuntu/plf/ dapper free non-free
    # Bleeding edge wine packages (packages)
    deb http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt dapper main
    
    deb http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu dapper-commercial main
     
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    @Sagar, You must get the restricted formats first (needs Net connection).

    Procedure to get the Restricted Formats in Ubuntu:

    The Ubuntu 6.06 CD comes with limited software. Only the Open-source
    ones. So you can't play MP3, VCD/DVD etc., To be able to play them you must update
    Synaptic (Restricted Formats). Open the Terminal Window & type:

    $ gksu /usr/sbin/synaptic
    This opens up the Synaptic Package Manager, used to install, remove packges in Ubuntu.
    Read this page about getting the 'Restricted software' packages
    http://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats
    Here is the procedure go to the menu 'Settings'->"Repositories' (Press Enter)
    This will bring you the 'Software Preferences' dialog.
    [​IMG]

    In the 'Installation Media' tab under 'Channels' , select all (Check the checkboxes) -
    * Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (Binary) Officially supported Restricted Copyright
    * Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (Source) Officially supported Restricted Copyright
    * Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (Binary) Community maintained (Universe)
    * Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (Source) Community maintained (Universe)
    * Ubuntu 6.06 LTS Security Updates (Binary) Officially supported Restricted
    * Ubuntu 6.06 LTS Security Updates (Source) Officially supported Restricted Copyright
    Now click on the 'Add' button.
    This brings you the 'Add Channel' dialog:

    [​IMG]

    Under 'Components' select all - Officially supported, Restricted Copyright,
    Community maintained (Universe), Non-free (Multiverse)

    Now click on the 'Add' button & click on the 'Close' button.
    Now you will see a dialog 'Information' , saying 'The repository information has
    changed.You have to click on the 'Reload' button for the changes to take effect'.
    Now click on 'Reload' button or from the menu 'Edit'->'Reload Package Information'
    Now Synaptic Package Manager connects to the Net & downloads the Package
    information.
    [​IMG]

    After the download is complete you can install packages to play MP3, VCD/DVD,
    DVD Authoring software, Audio editing etc.,
    [​IMG]

    When Synaptic is open, under the section 'All' you'll find anjuta, right-click
    & select 'Mark for Installation' & click on the 'Apply' button.
    The Anjuta IDE will be installed now.

    Ubuntu caches (stores) the packages that are downloaded in the
    directory /var/cache/apt/archives. Just copy the packages from this
    directory & burn them using Gnomebaker (CD/DVD burner). Now take
    the CD & install Anjuta package in your friend's PC!!
     
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    Hey thanks a lot JGuru.But the Ubuntu i have installed is 64-bit and my friend has installed the 32-bit version.So i guess those packages wont install in his pc??
     
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    @Sagar,
    Q) I have an AMD64 processor, should I install the i386 ISO or the amd64 one? What are the drawbacks of having an amd64 install?

    Ans: AMD64 is an officially supported architecture with its respective ISO for Ubuntu and all major Ubuntu derivatives. By installing the amd64 ISO, rather than the i386 (32-bit) ISO, there will be some enhancement in performance.

    The drawbacks are that Ubuntu, with APT (the package manager for Ubuntu), currently does not support BiArch, which means you likely won't be able to install and run 32bit packages on your AMD64 install. This is a problem for users who wish to use Flash, w32 codecs, and WINE (for example), as they are only available for 32-bit. There are possible methods of getting it running, but they involve creating a chroot (see DebootstrapChroot), for example.

    Mark Shuttleworth, the founder of Ubuntu, has mentioned that Ubuntu might join other Linux distributions in being BiArch compatible by Ubuntu 6.10 'Edgy Eft', which is the next release of Ubuntu.

    You can also visit Anjuta's website : http://anjuta.org/

    You can install 32-bit Ubuntu in your AMD64 PC. That will work perfectly. But you won't get the performance of a 64-bit processor!!
     
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    What he means to say is that he has 64 bit Ubuntu installed whereas his friend who needs ajunta has 32 bit one. Now will the ajunta downloaded by him work on a 32 bit PC.
    I personally don't know since I have never used a 64bit one.
     
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    @Mehul, I understood his question very clearly. The 64-bit packages he(@Sagar) has installed
    won't work in his friend's 32-bit PC!!! I'm very sure about this.

    I also wanted to point out some problems in Ubuntu 64-bit, like he can't install Flash,
    Java, Win32 Codecs (since they are 32-bit & the 64-bit packages are not available for them).
     
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    ^^
    Okay got that!Will do a fresh 32-bit install on my pc now.Any easy way of doing this?
     
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    There is only one way. That is, delete the Ubuntu 64-bit partition first. Have atleast
    10 GB of unpartitioned space. During partitioning , choose the option Use the largest
    continuous free space
    (2nd option). Ubuntu will automatically allocate the partitions for you
    or you can manually allocate(3rd option) 8 GB for root('/') & 1.5 GB for swap
     
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    Okay will do that.Thanks
     
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    @JGuru-Finally installed the 32-bit version and also got all the packages installed in my friends pc.Was trying to do that from so manny days!!
    Thanks a lot again man
    You Rock!
     
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    @Sagar, You are welcome. Myself, @Eddie, @Mehul, @Kalpik help others solve their Linux
    problems. That's what this forum is meant for.
     
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