Compile asuro-Flash-Software under Ubuntu Linux 64bit

I was struggling some time compiling the asuro-Software under Linux 64bit. It simply did not recognise my installed qt3 libs. Some of these steps may not be necessary, but it’s how i got it to work.

Alternative Tutorial

Jörg pointed me to this alternative tutorial, which seem to cover all steps more easily, so perhaps you want to try this first:

http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/ASURO

Links to the arexx homepage

Sourcecode direct link
http://www.arexx.com/downloads/asuro/asuro_flash_linux_source.zip

Sourcecode Download-Site (if direct link doesn’t work)
http://www.arexx.com/arexx.php?cmd=system&cparam=set_pg_lang(p_asuro_downloads.dat%7CDE%7Ctrue)

Process

apt-get install libqt3-mt libqt3-mt-dev libqt3-headers libqt3-compat-headers
mkdir compile_qtflash
cd compile_qtflash
wget http://www.arexx.com/downloads/asuro/asuro_flash_linux_source.zip
unzip asuro_flash_linux_source.zip
tar -zxvvf QT_Flash.tar.gz
cd qt_flash
export CFLAGS="-DLINUX -D_QT -D_LINUX"
export CPPFLAGS="-DLINUX -D_QT -D_LINUX"
export CXXFLAGS="-DLINUX -D_QT -D_LINUX"
aclocal
automake
./configure --with-qt-includes=/usr/include/qt3 --with-qt-libraries=/usr/lib/qt3
make
cd qt_flash
qmake -project
qmake
make
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Comments (2)

Jörg FischerDecember 26th, 2010 at %I:%M %p

Hallo,

interessanter Blogbeitrag. Ich gurgele schon seit zwei Tagen nach einer Lösung. Die oben beschriebene geht aber auch nicht. *g* Die Fehlermeldungen bei aclocal:

acinclude.m4:42: warning: underquoted definition of KDE_PATH_X_DIRECT
acinclude.m4:2888: the serial number must appear before any macro definition
acinclude.m4:2933: the serial number must appear before any macro definition
acinclude.m4:2978: the serial number must appear before any macro definition
acinclude.m4:4900: the serial number must appear before any macro definition
configure.in:29: warning: AC_REQUIRE: `AC_PROG_CXX’ was expanded before it was required
configure.in:37: warning: AC_REQUIRE: `AC_OBJEXT’ was expanded before it was required
configure.in:37: warning: AC_REQUIRE: `AC_EXEEXT’ was expanded before it was required
configure.in:37: warning: AC_CACHE_VAL(lt_prog_compiler_static_works, …): suspicious cache-id, must contain _cv_ to be cached
configure.in:37: warning: AC_CACHE_VAL(lt_prog_compiler_pic_works, …): suspicious cache-id, must contain _cv_ to be cached
configure.in:37: warning: AC_CACHE_VAL(lt_prog_compiler_pic_works_CXX, …): suspicious cache-id, must contain _cv_ to be cached
configure.in:37: warning: AC_CACHE_VAL(lt_prog_compiler_pic_works_GCJ, …): suspicious cache-id, must contain _cv_ to be cached

Fehlermeldungen bei automake:

configure.in:29: warning: AC_REQUIRE: `AC_PROG_CXX’ was expanded before it was required
configure.in:37: warning: AC_REQUIRE: `AC_OBJEXT’ was expanded before it was required
configure.in:37: warning: AC_REQUIRE: `AC_EXEEXT’ was expanded before it was required
configure.in:37: warning: AC_CACHE_VAL(lt_prog_compiler_static_works, …): suspicious cache-id, must contain _cv_ to be cached
configure.in:37: warning: AC_CACHE_VAL(lt_prog_compiler_pic_works, …): suspicious cache-id, must contain _cv_ to be cached
configure.in:37: warning: AC_CACHE_VAL(lt_prog_compiler_pic_works_CXX, …): suspicious cache-id, must contain _cv_ to be cached
configure.in:37: warning: AC_CACHE_VAL(lt_prog_compiler_pic_works_GCJ, …): suspicious cache-id, must contain _cv_ to be cached

Fehlermeldungen bei configure (Warum steht der Befehl zweimal in Deiner Anleitung?):

checking build system type… x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
checking host system type… x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
checking target system type… x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
./configure: line 22252: autom4te.cache_SUBDIR_included=yes: command not found

Fehlermeldung bei make (diverse “was expanded before it was required” weg gelassen), und dann schied er dahin:

configure: creating ./config.status
cd && /bin/bash ./config.status Makefile
/bin/bash: ./config.status: No such file or directory
make: *** [Makefile] Fehler 127

Eine ./compile_qtflash/qt_flash/config.status mit 36624 Byte existiert. Da ich aber überhaupt nicht weiß was ich hier alles getan habe oder wleche Bedeutung die Fehlermeldungen hatten brach ich an der Stelle ab.

Irgendwelche hilfreichen Ideen? 😉

Tschaui, Jörg

adminDecember 27th, 2010 at %I:%M %p

ich denke du kannst die warnings ignorieren. Meine Vermutung wäre, dass autom4te fehlt. Probier mal folgendes zu installieren und teste ob der Fehler immer noch auftritt:

apt-get install autoconf

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