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I tried to compile SciLAB in a fresh and minimal Debian 8.7 GNU/Linux.


When running configure with these parameters 

export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_121/ 
./configure --enable-debug  --without-tk --without-javasci --without-gui --without-xcos --without-modelica --without-emf --without-fftw --without-openmp --without-matio --without-arpack-ng --without-umfpack --disable-build-localization -with-eigen-include=/usr/local/include/eigen3

I received this error message:

configure: error: Could not find the Docbook root directory. If you have installed it on your system and we haven't been able to find it. Please report a bug

However, both docbook and docbook-utils packages is installed.
It's really a bug or I have done something wrong ?

If anyone want to see what packages i have installed, i have put both /usr list files and installed package list here.


-- Amanda Osvaldo

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Hello Amanda,

You may either use --with-docbook= to manually set Docbook's path, or if it's a version conflict you may use the one in Scilab's thirdparties folder (thidrparty/docbook/).

Regards,
Paul

On 02/25/2017 08:33 PM, Amanda Osvaldo wrote:
I tried to compile SciLAB in a fresh and minimal Debian 8.7 GNU/Linux.


When running configure with these parameters 

export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_121/ 
./configure --enable-debug  --without-tk --without-javasci --without-gui --without-xcos --without-modelica --without-emf --without-fftw --without-openmp --without-matio --without-arpack-ng --without-umfpack --disable-build-localization -with-eigen-include=/usr/local/include/eigen3

I received this error message:

configure: error: Could not find the Docbook root directory. If you have installed it on your system and we haven't been able to find it. Please report a bug

However, both docbook and docbook-utils packages is installed.
It's really a bug or I have done something wrong ?

If anyone want to see what packages i have installed, i have put both /usr list files and installed package list here.


-- Amanda Osvaldo


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Hello Paul, thanks for the answer. With it i have found that SciLAB require more than docbook package, but docbook-xml, docbook-xssl and others more.

I updated the documentation.

-- Amanda Osvaldo.

On Mon, 2017-02-27 at 10:56 +0100, Paul Bignier wrote:

Hello Amanda,

You may either use --with-docbook= to manually set Docbook's path, or if it's a version conflict you may use the one in Scilab's thirdparties folder (thidrparty/docbook/).

Regards,
Paul

On 02/25/2017 08:33 PM, Amanda Osvaldo wrote:
I tried to compile SciLAB in a fresh and minimal Debian 8.7 GNU/Linux.


When running configure with these parameters 

export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_121/ 
./configure --enable-debug  --without-tk --without-javasci --without-gui --without-xcos --without-modelica --without-emf --without-fftw --without-openmp --without-matio --without-arpack-ng --without-umfpack --disable-build-localization -with-eigen-include=/usr/local/include/eigen3

I received this error message:

configure: error: Could not find the Docbook root directory. If you have installed it on your system and we haven't been able to find it. Please report a bug

However, both docbook and docbook-utils packages is installed.
It's really a bug or I have done something wrong ?

If anyone want to see what packages i have installed, i have put both /usr list files and installed package list here.


-- Amanda Osvaldo


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Dear Amanda Osvaldo!

I suggest to use
"apt-get build-dep scilab"
before compilation.
It may significantly save time.
Then compile Scilab to deb-packages with checkinstall and install it.

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With best regards,
Ph.D., assistant professor at MPEI,
IEEE member,
maintainer of Mathieu functions toolbox for Scilab,
Nikolay Strelkov.

27 февр. 2017 г. 17:28 пользователь "AlvaroOsvaldo [via Scilab / Xcos - Mailing Lists Archives]" <[hidden email]> написал:
Hello Paul, thanks for the answer. With it i have found that SciLAB require more than docbook package, but docbook-xml, docbook-xssl and others more.

I updated the documentation.

-- Amanda Osvaldo.

On Mon, 2017-02-27 at 10:56 +0100, Paul Bignier wrote:

Hello Amanda,

You may either use --with-docbook= to manually set Docbook's path, or if it's a version conflict you may use the one in Scilab's thirdparties folder (thidrparty/docbook/).

Regards,
Paul

On 02/25/2017 08:33 PM, Amanda Osvaldo wrote:
I tried to compile SciLAB in a fresh and minimal Debian 8.7 GNU/Linux.


When running configure with these parameters 

export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_121/ 
./configure --enable-debug  --without-tk --without-javasci --without-gui --without-xcos --without-modelica --without-emf --without-fftw --without-openmp --without-matio --without-arpack-ng --without-umfpack --disable-build-localization -with-eigen-include=/usr/local/include/eigen3

I received this error message:

configure: error: Could not find the Docbook root directory. If you have installed it on your system and we haven't been able to find it. Please report a bug

However, both docbook and docbook-utils packages is installed.
It's really a bug or I have done something wrong ?

If anyone want to see what packages i have installed, i have put both /usr list files and installed package list here.


-- Amanda Osvaldo


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