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It looks like the raspberry pi install again the newest one after the command sudo apt-get install fpc 2.6.2.

is there way to resolve this to install only the 2.6.2 version ?

Oke Paul.

I will wait than till it will be finished the install version 2.6.4 again.

Is it possible you have a image with the lazarus install the 1.2.4 version on raspberry pi for me ??

So I can already create some apps on it, till somebody will resolve this problem.

I see that I have some error in the package graph.

When I build IDE with: tools -> configure "build Lazarus".... -> 
LCL widget type = gtk (deprecated,
Target OS: = Linux,
Target CPU: arm
and only Clean up on = Automatically

and than build I get the following error:
Brokken dependency: One or more required packages were not found. See package graph for detials.

I get Package graph. see attachement

I have a working version now

  sudo apt-get update             
  sudo apt-get upgrade   
  sudo apt-get -f install
  sudo apt-get update
  sudo apt-get upgrade         
  sudo apt-get install fpc     
  sudo apt-get install fpc-source
  sudo apt-get update
  sudo apt-get upgrade
  sudo apt-get install lazarus

don't forget to install sudo apt-get install fpc-source otherwise lazarus will complain source is missing.

# apt-get install subversion
# svn export --revision 47172
# mv leakview.lpk /usr/lib/lazarus/1.2.4/components/leakview/
# svn export --revision 47172
# mv dbginforeader.pas /usr/lib/lazarus/1.2.4/components/leakview/

Now Lazarus should work, but the IDE may complain about a broken ide/
In this case, just look at the title bar and edit /usr/lib/lazarus/1.2.4/ide/ (I edited mine from '1.2.4+dfsg-1' to '1.2.4+dfsg-1+b1')
Restart Lazarus and everything should work!

The Raspberry Pi doesn't have enough memory to recompile the whole IDE, so you need to add a swap
Take an empty USB memory (at least 1GB) and insert it in the Raspberry Pi

$ df

Find which /dev it is (for me it was /dev/sda1)

$ sudo umount /dev/sda1
$ sudo mkswap /dev/sda1
$ sudo swapon /dev/sda1

Now you have a good amount of swap memory; you can check it with

$ cat /proc/swaps

Now start the IDE with root permissions

$ gksudo lazarus-ide

Uninstall package tachartfpvectorial 1.0 in lazarus when you see the IDE

for me this resolve the problem.

I still have package errors after uninstall when I try to rebuild the IDE maybe somebody can help me with this??

Till now this is better than nothing

If you have enough space on your sd-card you can also use the space that is on the sd-card.

instead to add the usb stick sda1 you can also do this.

sudo nano /etc/dphys-swapfile
change the value

the following steps is needed
sudo swapoff -a
sudo dphys-swapfile setup
sudo dphys-swapfile swapon
sudo swapon -a

you can check with sudo top command and next to KiB Swap: you will see the total swap space.


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