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Note: We built Simon on Raspbian (Raspberry Pi) (Was a bad idea anyway). This should help you out too. QAccessibilityClientConfig.cmake qaccessibilityclient-config.cmake aptitiude install libqaccessibilityclient0 libaccessibility-dev WARNING: OpenCV was not found. Please specify OpenCV directory using OpenCV_DIR aptitude install libopencv-dev ...


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Following answer from JohannesM : The correct spelling for the two packages are : libqaccessibilityclient0 and libqaccessibilityclient-dev but they are not in default repositories for 12.04. You can find them on there : http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/kubuntu-ppa_backports/precise/main/base/libqaccessibilityclient0 ...


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In the builds present in the ppa:grasch-simon-listens/simon there is a build for Ubuntu version 12.04 LTS. More recent Ubuntu version (>= 14.04 LTS) will have simon available from the universe repository. Alternatively we can always install software from the source available for download from the Simon KDE Project or from it's Launchpad branch.


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For Ubuntu 12.04 Try this after you added the PPA: Open a terminal and type in: sudo apt-get install gdebi-core mkdir -p simon/DEBIAN wget https://launchpad.net/~grasch-simon-listens/+archive/simon/+files/simon_0.3.0-1ubuntu8_amd64.deb dpkg -e simon_0.3.0-1ubuntu8_amd64.deb simon/DEBIAN dpkg -x simon_0.3.0-1ubuntu8_amd64.deb simon/ gedit ...


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The FindKDE4Internal.cmake file is in the kdelibs5-dev package. Just install that and you should be go.



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