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Zaher

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Manually install fpc/lazarus in Linux
« on: January 15, 2022, 06:33:21 pm »
I downloaded zip file of fpc from snapshot, extract it to one folder, moved some files (units to be next of bin), used command to make cfg
sudo /usr/fpc/bin/fpcmkcfg -d "basepath=/usr/fpc" -o /etc/fpc.cfg

added it to path,
Lazarus from gitlab rebo, I compiled it fine, i have only one thing not fixed is fppkg config file

how can i tell Lazarus idk where the file , why cant regenerate it using command line of any tools?

gasensor

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Re: Manually install fpc/lazarus in Linux
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2022, 05:44:11 am »
Maybe, you can click the "Restore Fppkg configuration" botton.

Have a try.

I downloaded zip file of fpc from snapshot, extract it to one folder, moved some files (units to be next of bin), used command to make cfg
sudo /usr/fpc/bin/fpcmkcfg -d "basepath=/usr/fpc" -o /etc/fpc.cfg

added it to path,
Lazarus from gitlab rebo, I compiled it fine, i have only one thing not fixed is fppkg config file

how can i tell Lazarus idk where the file , why cant regenerate it using command line of any tools?

MarkMLl

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Re: Manually install fpc/lazarus in Linux
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2022, 10:22:22 am »
fppkg.cfg is nothing to do with fp.cfg.

It's broken. Look back through the forum, somebody had a workaround a couple of days ago but I've usually got round it by saving and restoring an old Lazarus configuration file.

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