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dependancy issue : libicu48 on debian wheezy (7) #2190

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ncapeyron opened this Issue Feb 3, 2015 · 4 comments

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ncapeyron commented Feb 3, 2015

The dependancy to libicu48 is missing on debian 7 in the precompiled package provided.

make a link to /usr/local/bin/wkhtmltopdf in /usr/bin

It's better :)

Thx

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ashkulz commented Feb 4, 2015

The dependancy to libicu48 is missing on debian 7 in the precompiled package provided.

Let me check this, it could be because I was reusing the same chroot environment for the upgrade to Qt5 (where there is a dependency on it).

make a link to /usr/local/bin/wkhtmltopdf in /usr/bin

That will never be done, as wkhtmltox is a foreign package (not in official repos) and hence should be installed in a separate hierarchy.

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ncapeyron commented Feb 4, 2015

That will never be done, as wkhtmltox is a foreign package (not in official repos) and hence should be installed in a separate hierarchy.

Ok for the binary install directory but I think a symlink in /usr/bin is allowed...
Anyway, it's a great piece of software :)

Thank you

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ashkulz commented Jul 14, 2015

A preview for the next release 0.12.3-dev-79ff51e is available, which has generic linux binaries with minimal dependencies. Please report back whether it works for you without any issues.

Please note that the above downloads will be removed after the 0.12.3 release.

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ashkulz commented Jan 21, 2016

0.12.3 has been released, which should contain the fix for this issue. Please report back if it is not solved with the above version.

Note that the preview downloads mentioned above have been removed.

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