On 09/09/2014 12:58 PM, Sebastiaan Couwenberg wrote:
>> Unfortunately my problem to build libgdal-grass experimental branch
>> remains.
>> I checked out branch experimental and did:
>>    git-buildpackage --git-debian-branch=experimental
>> Unfortunately this ends up in
>> Need to get 15.3 MB/116 MB of archives. After unpacking 490 MB will be
>> used.
>> The following packages have unmet dependencies:
>>  pbuilder-satisfydepends-dummy : Depends: libgdal-dev (>= 1.11.0-1~) but
>> 1.10.1+dfsg-8+b2 is to be installed.
>>  libjpeg-dev : Depends: libjpeg62-dev (>= 1:1.3.1-2) but it is not going
>> to be installed.
>> Unable to resolve dependencies!  Giving up...
>> Despite the fact that I enabled experimental in sources.list of my
>> pbuilder chroot.  I feel a bit lost here since this worked in the past
>> for other packages. :-(
> Have you updated the chroot since adding experimental to the sources.list?
> It may just be that apt hasn't fetched the experimental data yet.
> I generally put the gdal 1.11.0 packages in my pbuilder-sid APT repo when
> I need them to satisfy build dependencies. The pbuilder-sid repo is used
> as an othermirror in my pbuilder chroots. But I also have explicit
> experimental chroots.
> Using the experimental chroot I get a different unmet dependency:
>  libgdal1h : Depends: libhdf5-7 which is a virtual package.
> We'll need to update gdal in experimental to build with the new hdf5 to
> fix this. The alternative dependency change hasn't been built for Debian
> yet, so a new gdal 1.11.0 build for experimental was in the pipeline
> anyway.
> This doesn't solve your chroot issue though. What did you do to enable
> experimental in your chroot? Just add it to sources.list and run
> cowbuilder --update?
> Kind Regards,
> Bas

I had the very same problem as Andreas last night when trying to build
qgis against experimental gdal & openscengraph last night. libhdf5-8 is
the latest version in unstable. libhdf5-7 is no longer available.

I also had the problem with libjpeg in my pbuilder.

Anyway, qgis can wait a bit. There are a few of these new lintian errors
to fix anyway!


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