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Fri Dec 27, 2013 11:25 am Change Time Zone

I am trying to install hpcc on Ubuntu 13.1. I am getting dependency error as,

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dpkg -i hpccsystems-platform_community-4.2.0-3saucy_amd64.deb Selecting previously unselected package hpccsystems-platform.
(Reading database ... 56670 files and directories currently installed.)
Unpacking hpccsystems-platform (from hpccsystems-platform_community-4.2.0-3saucy_amd64.deb) ...
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of hpccsystems-platform:
hpccsystems-platform depends on libboost-regex1.53.0; however:
Package libboost-regex1.53.0 is not installed.
hpccsystems-platform depends on libicu48; however:
Package libicu48 is not installed.
hpccsystems-platform depends on libxalan-c111; however:
Package libxalan-c111 is not installed.
hpccsystems-platform depends on libxerces-c3.1; however:
Package libxerces-c3.1 is not installed.
hpccsystems-platform depends on binutils; however:
Package binutils is not installed.
hpccsystems-platform depends on g++; however:
Package g++ is not installed.
hpccsystems-platform depends on expect; however:
Package expect is not installed.
hpccsystems-platform depends on libarchive13; however:
Package libarchive13 is not installed.

dpkg: error processing hpccsystems-platform (--install):
dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
Errors were encountered while processing:
hpccsystems-platform
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I have to do foce install with apt-get (apt-get -f install) before running "dpkg -i hpccsystems-platform_community-4.2.0-3saucy_amd64.deb" and I want to avoid that. Is there any way to do so ?
ankit_kailaswar
 
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Mon Feb 17, 2014 4:01 pm Change Time Zone

Here's a quote from page 17 of the Installing and Running the HPCC Platform - HPCC Installation and Startup documentation:

The installation and package that you download is different depending on the operating system you plan to use. The
installation packages will fail to install if their dependencies are missing from the target system
.


So you must install the dependencies on your own. I've been down this path as well.
michael.krumlauf@lexisnexis.com
 
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