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    Post Installing LinuxCNC-simulator from source

    The upstream of LinuxCNC pitch for installation on Ubuntu / Debian

    http://wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/wik...lator_Manually explains how to install on ubuntu

    There they have used dpkg-checkbuilddeps which is specific to debian family.

    Is there any equivalent to dpkg-checkbuilddeps in openSUSE

    LinuxCNC source can obtained from https://github.com/jepler/linuxcnc-mirror
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    Default Re: Installing LinuxCNC-simulator from source

    I don't think so, but you really don't need it, it's probably a script that parses the configure file.
    It's sufficient to run
    Code:
    ./configure
    from the root dir and read the terminal output, if a dependency is missing you'll get an error message, the you can install it by getting the appropriate *-devel package.
    running
    Code:
    ./configure --help
    also helps getting that info.
    I know reading errors from the terminal is not that fun but you can always see the readme file and install dependencies.

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