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Written on: 29. 04. 2022 [12:56]
zhxyahoo
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I am new to Linux system and Raspberry Pi.
try to Installing-building from the source texts on Raspberrypi 4B(Raspberry Pi OS with desktop,2022-01-28-raspios-bullseye-arm64).

The step is follows:
1. $ sudo apt-get install autoconf
2. $ sudo apt-get install libtool
3. download tar archive from /http-server http://ftp.oscada.org/OpenSCADA/
4. $ cd Downloads
5. $ tar -xvf openscada-0.9.5.tar.xz
6. $ cd opensacada-0.9.5
7. $ tar -xvf ../openscada-res-0.9.5.tar.xz
8. $ sudo apt-get install subversion
9. $ svn co http://oscada.org/svn/trunk/OpenSCADA/
10. $ cd OpenSCADA
11. $ sudo autoreconf -ivf
Then there displayed, "autoreconf: configure.ac not using Gettext"

If I go on to do the next step:
12. $ sudo ./configure
Then there displayed, "configure erroe, Some utilities of I18N gettext are not present! Install the gettext utilites package."

Please help me, how can I install the gettext utilites package? Thanks!
Written on: 29. 04. 2022 [13:08]
roman
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"zhxyahoo" wrote:

I am new to Linux system and Raspberry Pi.
try to Installing-building from the source texts on Raspberrypi 4B(Raspberry Pi OS with desktop,2022-01-28-raspios-bullseye-arm64).

Why?
What problems with installing the ready packages http://oscada.org/en/main/download/ you have?
"PLC: Raspberry Pi Zero,1,2,3 (Raspbian 9 ARMv6); Raspberry Pi 2,3,4 (Debian 8,9,10,11 armhf-ARMv7) ..."

And if you very want to build yourself, read the dependencies http://oscada.org/en/main/characteristics/ carefully:
"gettext A group of utilities for preparation and compilations of translations of the interface of programs on various languages in conformity with the internationalization standard I18N."

And build by the Debian tools — "dpkg-buildpackage" as that wrote in the manual "Build from source".

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Written on: 29. 04. 2022 [13:23]
zhxyahoo
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I did according the following link, "How to/Build from source",
http://oscada.org/wiki/Documents/How_to/Build_from_source

It‘s not "Install OpenSCADA from ready-made packages".

Is something wrong or missing?
Written on: 29. 04. 2022 [14:25]
zhxyahoo
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I also tried to Install OpenSCADA from ready-made packages as following step:
1: edit the /etc/apt/sources.list file by inserting one line:add "deb http://ftp.oscada.org/Debian/11/openscada ./
2. Adding the signature verification key (the authenticity) of the repository and packages in it (not necessarily and not in all repositories): $ sudo wget -O - http://ftp.oscada.org/Misc/pkgSignKey | sudo apt-key add -
3. $ sudo apt-get update
4. $ sudo apt-get install openscada-model-aglks
Then display:
Openscada1.jpg
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Written on: 29. 04. 2022 [14:31]
roman
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"zhxyahoo" wrote:

It‘s not "Install OpenSCADA from ready-made packages".

Is something wrong or missing?

Debian-based distributions — DEB packages

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Written on: 29. 04. 2022 [14:39]
roman
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"zhxyahoo" wrote:

4. $ sudo apt-get install openscada-model-aglks

ARMHF is not ARM64, so use 2022-04-04-raspios-bullseye-armhf (Raspberry Pi OS)

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Written on: 29. 04. 2022 [14:51]
zhxyahoo
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Download link:
https://www.raspberrypi.com/software/operating-systems/#raspberry-pi-os-64-bit

After click and download, the file name is "2022-04-04-raspios-bullseye-arm64.img". It's not "2022-04-04-raspios-bullseye-armhf.img".
Written on: 29. 04. 2022 [14:58]
roman
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"zhxyahoo" wrote:

Download link:
https://www.raspberrypi.com/software/operating-systems/#raspberry-pi-os-64-bit

After click and download, the file name is "2022-04-04-raspios-bullseye-arm64.img". It's not "2022-04-04-raspios-bullseye-armhf.img".

https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspios_armhf/images/raspios_armhf-2022-04-07/2022-04-04-raspios-bullseye-armhf.img.xz

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Written on: 29. 04. 2022 [15:01]
zhxyahoo
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Ok, I see. It's 32bit system with desktop, it means that OpenSCADA is not support OS-64bit, right?
Written on: 29. 04. 2022 [15:06]
roman
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"zhxyahoo" wrote:

Ok, I see. It's 32bit system with desktop, it means that OpenSCADA is not support OS-64bit, right?

It means there is no ready build for ARM64.

P.S. The free support from Roman Savochenko is exhausted for you (... can response five(5) and for newbies ...), then here will no reply more from him!

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