From: Frank <funtastix googlemail com>
banshee-list gnome org; Nguyen Dat Nhan <datnhanlz yahoo com>
Sent: Sunday, May 1, 2011 11:12 PM
Subject: Re: [Banshee-List] Boo installed, but banshee says can not find BOO
For programming in mono/c# look for the "cil" library packages. I
still have a hard time finding some of them myself, so I know what
you're "going through".
sudo apt-get install libboo-cil-dev
On 1 May 2011 22:58, Nguyen Dat Nhan <datnhanlz yahoo com
> Firstly, I am sorry because English is not my first language.
> I am new to programming on Linux (means, I use Linux for over one year, just
> surfing internet, but now I start to write my first piece of code on Linux).
> I use Ubuntu 11.04.
> I want to write an extension for Banshee. The site banshee.fm
> instructions that:
> Install the latest version of Banshee, including
any devel packges; (the latest git master should work great too! Though
> you'll need to `make install` it.)
> I search through the Internet but I can not find a way to install the devel
> packages. So I decide to build from source:
> 1. Install Dependencies => Some packages missing but finally solved. Done
> 2. Get Source Code => Done successfully again
> 3. Building, Running, and Installing: When i run the "./autogen.sh", I
> received a message:
> checking for BOO... no
> configure: error: Package requirements (boo >= 0.8.1) were not met:
> No package 'boo' found
> I understand that Banshee need "boo" with the version number greater or
> equal to 0.8.1
> I install boo from the Ubuntu Software Center and boo 0.9.2 is install. I
thought that this satisfy the requirement, but no, I receive the same
> message as above again.
> My questions are:
> 1. How to install devel packages on Ubuntu.
> 2. Does ">=" in "boo >= 0.8.1" means... greater than or equal to? How to
> solve this problem?
> Thanks in advance.
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