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Looking for some starter help for Ubuntu package building

So far I have followed and understand the Ubuntu Packaging Guide and have skimmed through the Debian Maintainers Guide a bit. My question comes down to making my package outside of the normal ...
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1answer
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How can GIMP 2.8 have two different icons together?

In Unity dash GIMP 2.8.10 has a icon and uses a different one in launcher. GIMP in Dash GIMP in Launcher I searched for GIMP in "File System" and got this. How can this be done while ...
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Ubuntu packaging : why separate for 32-bit and 64-bit [duplicate]

Why we have to do separate packaging to applications for 32-bit and 64-bit Ubuntu Operating systems.I mean why some applications are making 32-bit and 64-bit separately and why some applications are ...
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How to add dependency after submitting a proprietary app to USC?

I submitted my app "Brightness Controller" under proprietary license and it has been published. It contains an executable .py file. But the app depends on python-wxgtk2.8 I wrote it in the comments ...
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PyQt App deployment

I'm developing four bioinformatic software's with PyQt. I mostly target Windows OS users but since the programs run without any problems on Ubuntu, I thought to upload them to the USC (I also got ...
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What should I upload for submitting a proprietary app to USC?

I have an app ready to be submitted to Ubuntu Software Center. It is open-source and the source code is in Github. But I want to submit it under proprietary license ($0.0 however) as I would not have ...
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1answer
73 views

package development tools [duplicate]

I have some source code, I would like to make into Debian packages for Ubuntu. its been quite some times since I made packages, and I am wondering if there are any really great tools out there to help ...
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1answer
81 views

Quickly can't package, but raises no errors

I am trying to make a .deb package for my project in quickly. This is what I get: ilya@ilya-laptop:~/Projects/online-translator$ quickly package ...........Ubuntu packaging created in debian/ ...
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How to package a shell script? [duplicate]

I have a shell script . I want to convert the script into a terminal application which can be installed using sudo apt-get install and can be run through the terminal by typing the name of the ...
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1answer
79 views

Export Package [Eclipse]

I am just wondering how do I export a .deb package for Ubuntu Software Centre in Eclipse? I have created an application that runs Python and Webkit now I wish to submit to the Software centre. How do ...
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1answer
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What would cause files not to be included in a .deb?

I'm trying to build a .deb package (python) as part of a larger project. I'm able to successfully run 'make' and 'make install' on it, but when the package(s) are built (using dpkg-buildpackage ...
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Are USC applications allowed to install .desktop files?

Ubuntu's official site for developers says: Technical requirements: In order for your application to be distributed in the Software Centre it must: Be in one, self-contained directory when ...
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Uploading quickly packages to Launchpad

I created an application using Quickly and packaged it using the command quickly package. But after I uploaded it to my PPA, I got a message from Launchpad saying: Rejected: Source/binary (i.e. ...
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upstart init script remains on apt-get remove

I just created my first .deb file ever from a Python script. I included a package.upstart file under package/debian and all installed great. However, I noticed that apt-get remove package leaves the ...
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What in Quickly creates an empty …/share/gnome/help/…/C/figures/ folder?

Something in packaging scripts creates an empty figures folder where it's not present before this packaging. Where is it?
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How do I package a Unity lens? [duplicate]

I'm new to Ubuntu apps and Launchpad. I've created a Unity lens using Quickly, but I'm stuck on how to deploy it. I have two questions. I can create a .deb file using quickly package, but when I ...
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1answer
194 views

How to create and submit package for Qt application

I have an application that I developed in Qt and Ubuntu. Its primary target is Windows but I prefer working in Ubuntu for all sorts of obvious reasons, so I rebuild it using Qt under XP and create an ...
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2answers
1k views

How to Create Deb Files [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Simplest Debian Packaging Guide? I have a group of BASH scripts, XML files, etc. The scripts require that some programs already be installed. How do I create a *.deb on ...
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How Can Someone With Minimum Programming Experience Publish an App of an Existing Program not found in the Software Centre?

There's a free mathematics software that I would like to see in Ubuntu Software Centre, called, 'Sage.' I have minimal experience in programming, so I'm basically here asking if someone could either ...
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520 views

Building failed because of “Package x11 not found”

I am trying to build an application I am making into launchpad for my PPA, and, while it builds the DEB just fine locally, it fails in launchpad. The build log complains that Project ERROR: Package ...
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1answer
208 views

How to package closed-source softwares

How to package close source application (proprietary). I know how to package open-source apps using dh_make and pbuilder but using this method others can see my source code. Is there any way for doing ...
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1answer
59 views

How to force Quickly to NOT include a dependency? (Specifically: apport)

My case is this - the quickly-generated application contains some apport code, so quickly inserts python-apport in the dependencies list. I would like the application to be installable and run on ...
2
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1answer
143 views

Quickly, setup.py, long_description - how to make them generate a multi-paragraph description in the debian control file? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to define multiline long_description in quickly's setup.py? How can I make Quickly convert the long_description in setup.py into several paragraphs in the debian ...
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How can I create a simple debian package from binary?

I have been researching debian packaging, but I can't seem to figure out how to package a C# mono application made up of a single executable and a few resource files. Can anyone help me figure out? ...
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1answer
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quickly package --extras replaces developer email with hostname

After running quickly package --extras for my project, I've noticed that in project_dir/debian the changelog file has my developer email listed as alex@myhostname, instead of my proper email address. ...
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1answer
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quickly package --extras doesn't produce /opt/extras.ubuntu.com/../share/locale

I'm trying to package an app to /opt, but when installed the app won't run and complains: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/opt/extras.ubuntu.com/drawers/bin/drawers", line 45, in ...
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Launchpad ppa supporting multiple versions of Ubuntu

Is it possible for a launchpad ppa to support multiple Ubuntu versions such as 10.04 and 12.04 when the package itself was built on a 12.04 machine? When trying to add the ppa to a older machine, it ...
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Why does quickly package --extras fail (where quickly package doesn't)? [closed]

When I attempt to use quickly package --verbose --extras on my application I get these errors at the end: sed -i "s|__soundboard_data_directory__ =.*|__soundboard_data_directory__ = ...
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1answer
70 views

How to set application name when creating .deb, using Quickly

When I open created .deb package , my application name is UNKNOWN . Please help, how to fix it...
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251 views

How to troubleshoot Quickly packaging failures

I have created a Quickly app and I'm trying to create a package for distributing it through the Software Center. However, whenever I try one of the Quickly packaging commands (package, share, release ...
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1answer
65 views

App Showdown: Universe dependency

I'm currently in the process of packaging my submission for the Ubuntu App Showdown. I read in the rules that the package may not have dependencies that are not in the Ubuntu repository. But what ...
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1answer
89 views

How to prevent quickly from replacing Exec=.* in the .desktop file?

I'm still trying to make Quicklists work and found the problem: Quickly creates debian/rules with sed -i 's|Exec=.*|Exec=/opt/extras.ubuntu.com/wakeonplan/bin/wakeonplan|' ...
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quickly ignores subfolder

I have a problem with packaging quickly. I have a project foo: foo/ foo/bar/ foo_lib/ data/ When I run quickly package --extras && file-roller ../*deb I always miss ...
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194 views

Must apps submitted to the Software Center run from the /opt directory?

I read this question, but I'm more confused yet. In developer.ubuntu.com/showdown I read: "(2) run out of /opt" (I understand "run out" is not in /opt *Am I wrong?*) In ...
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Application won't run when installed in “/opt”

I've developed a program for the App Developer Showdown, with quickly, in python, and it works as expected when I package and install it normally -in /usr. However when packaged for installation in ...
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2answers
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Ubuntu App Showdown: Commercial applications

Me and a few of my friends decided to create a game for the App showdown. However, we wanted to make a commercial game out of it (for <5$). So the question is: If I want to submit a commercial app, ...
3
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2answers
230 views

Quickly share error (Can't upload to ppa)

I'm using quickly and I can't seem to upload to my ppa. This is what I get: $ quickly share --ppa swink/ppa Get Launchpad Settings Launchpad connection is ok .........An error has occurred when ...
2
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1answer
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Do I GPG-sign my application before or after packaging?

I am almost ready to complete my app, but I am unclear on the sequence of packing a completed app, and getting it uploaded so users of the software center can find it for installing. Does the signing ...
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1answer
142 views

any basic app packaging guide for a newbie? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Simplest Debian Packaging Guide? i've made an app using wxpython, i have some .py files and some icons, how can i package it for uploading it to launchpad?? i've ...
2
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1answer
114 views

Broken Debian package with Quickly due to UnicodeDecodeError

I created a test application with Quickly. When I used quickly package, I get this warning: Ubuntu packaging created in debian/ ...
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3answers
113 views

How do I create a Debian branch for my project on Launchpad?

I have a project on Launchpad that consists of a single branch (trunk). I would like to create a second branch that contains the Debian packaging for the project (with the intent of creating a build ...
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1answer
666 views

How do I submit .jar file to the ubuntu software center

I am writing an app using JAVA Swing for all platforms. After that I want to add this app to Ubuntu Software Center for free Is it possible? My app is just one *.jar file, its helping to play card ...
2
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1answer
140 views

Java packaging and uploading to a PPA in Launchpad

I have a java application (created as a class) and I want to know how I can (or should I even) convert it to .deb format and then how to upload it to a Launchpad PPA so that everyone could install it? ...
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218 views

How do I package an application to submit to the MyApps portal?

I'm trying to submit my app to the MyApps portal. I really don't get it what I should submit, source code or deb package? If source, in which format, whole app as zip, tar.gz...?
5
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2answers
612 views

How do I package my application for the Ubuntu Software Centre?

I'm an old hand at software development, but not so experienced with packaging. I've built one dpkg before, but it wasn't a source package. I'm working on getting an application submitted to the ...
4
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2answers
536 views

How to make a .deb installer for PySide (Qt) project

I have made a small software using PySide, a GUI library for python using Qt. I have successfully built it into an executable for Ubuntu. ...
6
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2answers
140 views

How to package an application that contains a binary that needs to be in $PATH?

I am packaging an application that contains binaries that would normally go in /usr/bin and a shared library that would go in /usr/lib. However, the package guidelines for submitting applications to ...
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Manually Created .deb, how do I upload to a PPA?

I have a manually created .deb, and I'd like to upload it to a PPA. My question is as follows: Is that possible? and If so, how do I do that?
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How to use 'dh_installgsettings'?

My app use systay. I know I should use gsettings to set the 'systray-whitelist' key. Now I would like to package my app. After I googled, I guess dh_installgsettings can help me. So I put a file ...
4
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2answers
2k views

How to create a Debian source package with Qt Creator?

What do I need to do to get a package that I can submit to the Ubuntu Software Center?