Compiling gnucash 2.2.1 on openSuSe 10.2
john.sved at onlinehome.de
Sat Sep 15 10:32:13 EDT 2007
I used the openSuSE 10.2 disk via YAST to check and install where necessary:
>From RPM pbone.net
Then from RPM pbone.net the following were downloaded. The order is
as they were installed after an dependency warnings. (i.e. this will
save others going back to to fetch yet another RPM ! note make sure
that it is the right version for openSuSE or SuSE)
Then ./configure --enable-hbci
It worked ! but no setup HBCI in the tools menu :(
So 3 hours of effort has not yet delivered the desired gnucash 2.2.1
Any suggestions ?
Rauch Christian wrote:
> John Sved schrieb:
>> I am really just a user of gnucash. As I want to use the HBCI function
>> which is not included in the binary RPM for openSuSE 10.2 I am
>> reluctantly prepared to try to compile the source.
> My Gnucash rpm is built against aqbanking, which provides HBCI.
> You will have to install one of aqbanking-qt3 or aqbanking-gtk2 from
> packman including their aqbanking to get the wizard in gnucash.
>> The aqbanking 2.2.3 from distro RPM and libqwenhwfar 2.6.1 from
>> downloaded RPM are installed
> Use aqbanking 2.3.2 from packman (see above).
>> So if someone would like to walk me through it, we may find the
>> necessary pieces to actually compile gnucash 2.2.1 with HBCI on
>> opensSuSE 10.2 for others to follow and avoid wasting a lot of time.
> Complete build requirements for Gnucash on Suse 10.2 are as follows:
> aqbanking libaqbanking-devel gtk2-devel guile guile-devel pkgconfig
> perl-XML-Parser perl libxml2-devel libgnomeui-devel libgnomeprint-devel
> libgnomeprintui-devel libglade2-devel gtkhtml2-devel doxygen opensp
> opensp-devel gwenhywfar-devel goffice-devel libtool libktoblzcheck-devel
> These may fetch some additional requirements I did not state explicitely.
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