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On 02/20/2013 10:21 PM, Dan Lewis wrote:
I have a 32 bit laptop running Ubuntu 12.04. On it I have installed LO and This evening I was going to built LO 4.0.0 with the native connector for MySQL. In the process I had to download some files needed for to work properly. Among these are two groups. These were the ones that had to have before it stopped with an error message at line 201: libgnomevfs2-common, libgnomevfs2-bin, libgnomevfs2-0, libgnomevfs2-dev, libgnomevfs2-extra, libgnomevfs2-0-dbg. Prior to downloading the master build, I installed two files that Alex Thurgood suggested: libmysqlclient18 and libmysqlcppconn5 using synaptic. I also noticed these files were available: libmysqlclient-dev and libmysqlcppconn-dev. So I installed these also. I had run a couple of times with an error stopping it at line 201. The error led me to the first group of files which I also installed using synaptic. Then I ran (at Alex' suggestion): --with-ext-mysql-connector --with-system-mysql. (It should have also had an option containing the path to the external mysql connector.) So, it ignored the first option I gave it. Since then, I have installed the MySQL Native Connector that I had downloaded from AOO a couple of months ago. I did this to both LO and I have a Base file which I use to connect to my MySQL server using the native connector. Now I can access MySQL using this file with both and So the reason for this email including the QA people is that I would like a simple test done by someone with a 32 bit Debian system and MySQL server. Please install the AOO MySQL native connector. Also install these two files: libmysqlclient18 and libmysqlcppconn5. With these installed, can you connect to MySQL? If so, part of our problem is solved. Tomorrow, I am going to run with the three needed options. Hopefully, I will build a native connector for LibreOffice.

Thursday night: Having installed the MySQL Native Connector in LO and noticed it worked now, I ran --with-ext-mysql-connector --with-system-mysql. This time it ran without an error message, and this time it did not ignore the first option. So, I ran make. Friday morning: Make has completed during the night with this comment in the terminal:

(1/1) Building module instsetoo_native
Entering /home/dan/Downloads/LO-Build/libo/instsetoo_native/inc_openoffice/unix

Entering /home/dan/Downloads/LO-Build/libo/instsetoo_native/inc_openoffice/windows/msi_languages

Entering /home/dan/Downloads/LO-Build/libo/instsetoo_native/util

dmake:  line 231:  Warning: -- Prior to dmake 4.5 only one
%-target per target-definition worked reliably. Check your makefiles.

dmake:  line 280:  Warning: -- Prior to dmake 4.5 only one
%-target per target-definition worked reliably. Check your makefiles.

cp -f /home/dan/Downloads/LO-Build/libo/solver/ ../ cp -f /home/dan/Downloads/LO-Build/libo/solver/ ../ cp -f /home/dan/Downloads/LO-Build/libo/solver/ ../
No EPM: do no packaging at this stage

Multiprocessing build is finished
Maximal number of processes run: 2"

What I am going to do is run make again. This time I will use the following so I have a log of the process: |||||
make 2>&1 | tee build.log


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