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    [Notes] Building gvim in KNOPPIX 7.4.2

    I am by no means an KNOPPIX/Linux guru and just would like to share my notes about installing the missing gvim in KNOPPIX 7.4.2.

    At the time of writing, neither of vim-gnome/vim-gtk for wheezy or that of jessie can be installed straightaway due to the nature of KNOPPIX. A quick solution to the tricky situation is to retrieve and install all the matching build-depends packages from the snapshot and normal servers and then compile vim-gnome/vim-gtk from source.

    Part 1 of 3: retrieve and install the build-depends packages
    • Boot KNOPPIX without persistent image.
    • With root privilege, append the following to /etc/atp/sources.list .

    Code:
    deb http://snapshot.debian.org/archive/debian/20140822T041524Z/ testing main
    deb http://snapshot.debian.org/archive/debian/20140827T042507Z/ testing main
    deb http://snapshot.debian.org/archive/debian/20140930T043556Z/ testing main
    • With root privilege, update the package list.

    Code:
    apt-get -o Acquire::Check-Valid-Until=false update
    • Download the build-depends packages with specific version.

    Code:
    # --start-- build-depends
    ## libsepol1 needs to be upgraded from 2.1.4-3 (wheezy) to 2.3-2 (jessie)
    apt-get download \
    libattr1-dev=1:2.4.46-8 libacl1-dev=2.2.51-8 \
    libgpm-dev=1.20.4-6 \
    libxpm-dev=1:3.5.10-1 \
    libxmu-headers=2:1.1.1-1 libxmu-dev=2:1.1.1-1 libxaw7-dev=2:1.0.10-2 \
    tcl8.5-dev=8.5.11-2 tcl-dev=8.5.0-2.1 \
    ruby1.9.1-dev=1.9.3.194-8.1+deb7u2 ruby-dev=1:1.9.3 \
    lua5.2=5.2.1-3+deb7u1 \
    liblua5.2-0=5.2.1-3+deb7u1 liblua5.2-dev=5.2.1-3+deb7u1 \
    libsepol1=2.3-2 libsepol1-dev=2.3-2 libselinux1-dev=2.3-2 \
    libperl-dev=5.20.0-4 \
    libpython2.7-dev=2.7.8-4 python2.7-dev=2.7.8-4 libpython-dev=2.7.8-1\
     python-dev=2.7.8-1
    
    ## --start-- libgnomeui-dev=2.24.5-3 section
    apt-get download \
    gir1.2-gconf-2.0=3.2.5-1+build1 libgconf2-dev=3.2.5-1+build1 \
    libglib2.0-dev=2.42.0-1 \
    libgnome-keyring-dev=3.4.1-1 \
    gir1.2-gtk-2.0=2.24.24-1 libgtk2.0-dev=2.24.24-1 \
    libart-2.0-dev=2.3.21-2 libgail-dev=2.24.24-1 libgnomecanvas2-dev=2.30.3-2
    
    ### --start-- libgnomevfs2-dev=2.24.4-6 section
    apt-get download libavahi-common-dev=0.6.31-2 libavahi-client-dev=0.6.31-2 \
    libavahi-glib-dev=0.6.31-2 \
    libxml2-dev=2.9.1+dfsg1-4 \
    libgnutlsxx28=3.3.8-2 libgmpxx4ldbl=2:6.0.0+dfsg-4 libgmp-dev=2:6.0.0+dfsg-4 nettle-dev=2.7.1-3\
     libgnutls28-dev=3.3.8-2
    apt-get download libgnomevfs2-dev=1:2.24.4-6
    ### -- end -- libgnomevfs2-dev=2.24.4-6 section
    
    apt-get download \
    libidl-dev=0.8.14-0.2 orbit2=1:2.14.19-0.3 liborbit2-dev=1:2.14.19-0.3\
     libpopt-dev=1.16-7 libbonobo2-dev=2.32.1-3 libcanberra-dev=0.28-6\
     libgnome2-dev=2.32.1-5 libbonoboui2-dev=2.24.3-1
    apt-get download libgnomeui-dev=2.24.5-3
    ## -- end -- libgnomeui-dev=2.24.5-3 section
    # -- end -- build-depends
    
    # --start-- build-depends-indep (docbook-utils=0.6.14-3)
    apt-get download \
    openjade1.3=1.3.2-11.1+b1 docbook-dsssl=1.79-7 \
    jadetex=3.13-14 \
    libsp1c2=1.3.4-1.2.1-47.1+b1 sp=1.3.4-1.2.1-47.1+b1 libsgmls-perl=1.03ii-32\
     sgmlspl=1.03ii-32
    apt-get download docbook-utils=0.6.14-3
    # -- end -- build-depends-indep (docbook-utils=0.6.14-3)
    • With root privilege, purge libgnutls-dev and then install the downloaded packages with gdebi in the same order as above.

    Code:
    apt-get purge libgnutls-dev
    gdebi -n {deb packages}
    Part 2 of 3: build the vim related packages

    • Download the source files of vim (2:7.4.488-3~bpo70+1; wheezy backport)

    Code:
    # Save the files on a native Linux filesystem for a smoother build.
    wget \
    http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/pool/main/v/vim/vim_7.4.488.orig.tar.gz \
    http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/pool/main/v/vim/vim_7.4.488-3~bpo70+1.debian.tar.gz
    • Extract the tarballs and move the debian folder to the folder of source code.
    • With root privilege, purge ruby1.8 as it's listed as a build-conflict in the control file.

    Code:
    apt-get purge ruby1.8
    • Check if the size of terminal is at least 80x24, otherwise the "tests" will fail during compilation.
    • Build the vim*.deb packages with dpkg-buildpackages or debuild.
    • Save the vim related packages and liblua5.2-0=5.2.1-3+deb7u1 package on a hard drive.


    Part 3 of 3: install vim related packages


    • Reboot KNOPPIX with persistent image enabled.
    • With root privilege, purge vim (2:7.4.335-1) and its related packages

    Code:
    apt-get purge vim vim-runtime vim-common vim-gui-common
    • With root privilege, install the liblua5.2-0 package and the newly built vim packages with gdebi in the order of liblua5.2-0, vim-runtime, vim-common, vim-gui-common and vim-gnome.



    Final thoughts


    Since the vim packages are built against a newer version of libsepol1 than that of the stock KNOPPIX 7.4.2, should it also be included in the overlay image? Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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    Impressive! As for the overlay, I think you should try. If a library is statically linked, should there be any problem? You might also get hold of Knoppix 7.5 and check if the problem persists.

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