This is awesome. As Linas said, opencog isn't stable enough to have a
'release' but I have been working on opencog for RPI3 on raspbian and I
have a script generated debian package to make installation on the PI easy
enough, because compiling the entire thing on a PI is a full day task. The
deb is at 126.96.36.199:/opencog/opencog-dev_1.0-1_armhf.deb
I have zero experience with debian packaging and so it's the most minimal
package. Plus base dependencies aren't installed with this, that's done by
the script. Would be great if u have pointers
On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 10:55:52 AM UTC+3, Masayuki Hatta wrote:
> I'm trying out OpenCog now, and cooked up Debian packages. Currently I
> have cogutils (libcogutil-dev), opencog-atomspace, opencog-moses. The main
> opencog repo can be packaged, but not yet.
> Files are available at https://people.debian.org/~mhatta/debian/opencog/
> (APT repository is not set up yet)
> Basically I made them for my own convenience, and still need to be
> polished, but I think those are ok quality. I'm a Debian developer, so I
> can upload them to the official Debian archive if you want.
> Some changes are made to the source code to build with the current g++.
> One thing is "Ambiguous overload call to abs()" errors, and I changed abs
> to fabs(I'm not sure this solution is correct).
> Also I killed BackwardChainerUTest in atomspace for now.
> If there are Debian users, please let me know your impression.
> Best regards,
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