A key one here is Fedora.
Closing this one since the original bug added surprise support for Fedora.
Please add support for OpenSuSE x86-64 platform. Thanks.
If you are using OpenSuSE would you be willing to submit a patch? I don't think anyone is going to install OpenSuSE specifically for this, since we won't be able to keep it up to date easily.
Actually I need it on SUSE Linux Enterprise platform, but it should be compatible with OpenSuSE. I will try submitting a patch on OpenSuSE if I can successfully build it there.
I downloaded 2.8.0 tar ball and tried building it on Ubuntu 14.04 after installing all dependencies, but I cannot find
Anything I need to know in addition to the build instructions in your "How to build" link?
(In reply to comment #4)
> Actually I need it on SUSE Linux Enterprise platform, but it should be
> compatible with OpenSuSE. I will try submitting a patch on OpenSuSE if I
> can successfully build it there.
> I downloaded 2.8.0 tar ball and tried building it on Ubuntu 14.04 after
> installing all dependencies, but I cannot find
> Tools/Scripts/update-webkitgtk-libs and
> Anything I need to know in addition to the build instructions in your "How
> to build" link?
update-webkitgtk-libs and build-webkit are tools for building the software from the repository. To build the tarball simply run:
cmake -DPORT=GTK .
For what it's worth install-dependencies is really made for development as well. I don't think it's useful for trying to build the tarball locally. Perhaps we just need to add the package list to the documentation somewhere.
Created attachment 250094 [details]
CMakeError.log when issuing "cmake -DPORT=GTK ." on a Ubuntu 14.04
I git checked out the tree and issued "cmake -DPORT=GTK ." as suggested, but got errors (attached)
Hrm. Looks like it is having trouble locating -lpthreads. This seems to be the relevant bit:
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lpthreads
But Ubuntu uses "-lpthread" not "-lpthreads". See link below please: