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Well, it must have something to do with incompatible library versions (e.g. a different version of glibc or SQLite or something).
Tried my build on Ubuntu 11.10 and some recent Mint and of course on my Gentoo system here (where I built it). But I had very similar issues with ilikenwf's build before on all of those systems.
I look forward to hearing how it goes when they build it themselves...

If it works, then we'll have to push for distro-built packages once we're ready with a version we can call stable.
Well I managed to build nightingale 1.8.1 and packaged it as a deb. I've uploaded it here:
i386 & amd64: http://forum.getnightingale.com/thread-3...ml#pid1530
Could other people test it to make sure it works on other systems, I'm not sure that I've got the complete lib dependencies listed in the package so run it from a terminal to make sure that it isn't missing any libs.

One thing I'm confused about is that the nightingale package turns out to be double the size of the songbird on from getdeb. The problem is the components folder in nightingale is 144.2mb while in songbird it is 13.7mb
That's odd...I'm not on a linux machine so I can't look at it, but perhaps there are extraneous components being built?
Any ideas on how I go about figuring out if there is too much being built?
I'll have to look at the deb and the songbird deb...or archives...whatever...

I noticed the windows installer is 13mb, while the linux tarballs are ~40mb...
(12-17-2011, 02:12 AM)Ezekiel000 Wrote: [ -> ]Well I managed to build nightingale 1.8.1 and packaged it as a deb. I've uploaded it here:
http://www.mediafire.com/?91j1k0z5qyuz9nl
Could other people test it to make sure it works on other systems

Unfortunately your package is specific to AMD 64 bit so I'm unable to use it on my Intel 32 bit system.

(12-17-2011, 02:12 AM)Ezekiel000 Wrote: [ -> ]Well I managed to build nightingale 1.8.1 and packaged it as a deb. I've uploaded it here:
http://www.mediafire.com/?91j1k0z5qyuz9nl
Could other people test it to make sure it works on other systems, I'm not sure that I've got the complete lib dependencies listed in the package so run it from a terminal to make sure that it isn't missing any libs.

One thing I'm confused about is that the nightingale package turns out to be double the size of the songbird on from getdeb. The problem is the components folder in nightingale is 144.2mb while in songbird it is 13.7mb

I tried the package in Debian Wheezy and it installed and ran perfectly. Could you try creating a 32-bit package? If that works too, we could post the builds on the downloads page.



@Timmy, Ezekiel000 provided me a way of doing it, I'm just not on a linux box...perhaps you could build a 32 bit version?

Ezekiel000 Wrote:I'm not sure how to cross-compile, I can create a package if I know how do do that.

As to how to package debs if you extract the deb file I created (I use file-roller) then you get a folder in the name of the package. Inside is DEBIAN which contain the control scripts and data and usr which is where the files will be when installed. So if you think of the top folder as root then anything other than the DEBIAN folder will be copied to root. Then once you make the changes necessary then run this on the folder: dpkg-deb -b foldername packagename.deb
If you have any questions please ask as I'm not always that good at explaining how I do things as I some time skip over things. Also I have no idea how to sign packages.

I don't have any script for doing this as I'm not that proficient in scripting or compiling.

Unfortunately I won't be able to help with a PPA as I have no experience there, I've just build and package things locally for myself up to now.
I'll have a go at compiling on a live cd 32bit and I'll also try installing my resulting packages on a live cd for 32 and 64bit to find out exactly what the package dependencies are. Be back in a couple of hours with the results.
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