On 2010-03-09, Valerio Passini <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dear Developers,
> I'm trying to help debugging nepomuk and Sebastian Trueg has sent a
> patch. What it's needed is to apply it, if I have understood, to kdebase
> (see below) and then to recompile and to install the package. This patch
> should add debug output feature to strigi service.
> Has anybody here the patience and the will to help me in doing this job
> the Debian way with clear instructions? Because: 1) I really would like
For the kde packages,
sudo apt-get install build-essential
apt-get source sourcepackage
sudo apt-get build-dep sourcepakage
cp ../patch.diff debian/patches
echo patch.diff >> debian/patches/series
you have now packages in ..
> to avoid to mix sources and Debian binary packages in my system, 2) I
> dislike to download and compile a whole SVN KDE 4.4; and 3) the last
> time I have recompiled a Debian package from deb-src was at least 4
> years ago
and it was a sad experience. Actually, just the kernel is
> the only thing that I regularly compile on my system.
> Here below is what Sebastian Trueg told to do.
> Many thanks to everybody
>> --- Comment #9 from Sebastian Trueg <trueg k3b org> 2010-03-09
>> 13:01:21 --- Created an attachment (id=41473)
>> --> (http://bugs.kde.org/attachment.cgi?id=41473)
>> Patch adds debug output to the strigi service
>> Please apply this bug to kdebase and then recompile
>> Then please run the service manually from command line to see which
>> files are removed and which are analyzed. This should give us more
>> information on the issues.
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