- Also try sudo aptitude reinstall libcw5 DavidMessage 1 of 33 , Mar 12 2:59 AMView Source
sudo aptitude reinstall libcw5
DavidOn Mar 12, 2013 5:29 AM, "David Toombs" <g8fxm@...> wrote:Sorry for the delay in getting back.
I ran sudo apt-get install libcw3 and that worked, thanks.
I now get missing libcw5 error when I try ./con figure
I obviously tried sudo apt-get install libcw3 but that didnt work.
Any ideas on how I install that?
73's de Dave, G8FXM
I just tried to install under Debian.I got this helpful bit of information:Package unixcw is not available, but is referred to by another package.This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, oris only available from another sourceHowever the following packages replace it:libcw3E: Package 'unixcw' has no installation candidatedjringjr@n1ea:~$ sudo apt-get install libcw3Reading package lists... DoneBuilding dependency treeReading state information... DoneThe following extra packages will be installed:cwThe following NEW packages will be installed:cw libcw3So you have to install libcw3 and the cw package to make up for what you need.I thought it was a bigger program and didn't try to install it myself, but it was easy and fast.My problem is that I don't have OSS for sound and in Debian Testing ALSA is broken.Package unixcw is not available, but is referred to by another package.This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, oris only available from another sourceHowever the following packages replace it:libcw3E: Package 'unixcw' has no installation candidate:~$ sudo apt-get install libcw3Reading package lists... DoneBuilding dependency treeReading state information... DoneThe following extra packages will be installed:cwThe following NEW packages will be installed:cw libcw3Then when I run cw the problem starts!~$ cwcw: OSS output not availableSo I get the error that OSS isn't working. There's a command that links OSS to ALSA so you can run oss programs under ALSA, but I forget the command. You need to prefix the command in a terminal before you run the program.Oh, yes, the program's name is alsa-oss. and the command is aoss.I have pulseaudio working on my system.I'll put in ALSA when it comes back and then the alsa-oss program if I want to play cw.So now since ALSA is not available for Debian Testng at the moment, I get:~$ aoss cwcw: failed to open OSS output with device "/dev/audio"Oh, but wait, there's more!Even though I get an error message - either by running cw or aoss cw I can type and hear a beautiful tone in pulseaudio.Nice.Answer? Wrong program. Install cw and libcw3 then to run just enter cw in terminal. Try it.73Gopher Hole: gopher://sdf.org/1/users/djringjr/ (native or with Firefox's Overbite extension) or via http to gopher gatewayChat Skype: djringjr MSN: djringjr@... AIM: N1EA icq: 27380609
- Dave, You stated that you installed unixcw-3.2.0. Was this a build/install from the source? If not, is there a development package from the distributionMessage 33 of 33 , Mar 14 3:47 PMView Source
You stated that you "installed" unixcw-3.2.0. Was this a build/install from the source? If not, is there a development package from the distribution that needs to be installed? I'm not familiar with the debian based systems so I can't point it out to you.
I built/installed both unixcw-3.2.0 and cwdaemon on my x86_64, Fedora 18 system, and it took a little work to discover the problem as I couldn't immediately configure cwdaemon.
I think that as the name implies, unixcw was designed specifically for a unix/freebsd system and that system architecture is a little different from most Linux systems. Unix/Freebsd uses /lib or /usr/lib for both 32 bit and 64 bit libraries. cwdaemon, on an x86_64 system, correctly expects the libs and libcw.pc file to be in a lib64 folder
You might give building/installing another try keeping the above information in mind when configuring the builds.
To compile unixcw for an x86_64 system
./configure --libpath=/usr/lib64 #installs executable and other files to default prefix (/usr/local) and libs to /usr/lib64 and libcw.pc to /usr/lib/pkgconfig/
It doesn't matter too much where you install the executable and other files, but on a Linux system, I believe libraries must be in the "known" library paths (/lib, lib64, /usr/lib and /usr/lib64).
Don't forget to run ldconfig before trying to run the cwdaemon or you will still get the missing libcw.so.5.0.0 error.
I haven't actually tried to use it as I don't have the correct hardware, but it does start up without any error messagesl.
Ernie D in AA1AD in Federal Way WA
On Tue, 2013-03-12 at 15:20 +0000, David Toombs wrote:
Strange thing is I've installed the unixcw-3.2.0 lib but still get the missing libcw5 error ?
73's de Dave, G8FXM
On 12/03/13 14:26, Brian Morrison wrote:
On Tue, 12 Mar 2013 13:06:40 +0000
David Toombs wrote:
> Couldn't find any package whose name or description matched "libcw5"
Isn't unixcw the package name you need? I believe that the unixcw-3.2.0
is the latest and provides the libcw5 library.