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Just saw that I never explained how I finally get that source package to be built and accepted by Launchpad :) As GDevelop is open source, the best thing to do for someone looking to create such a package would be to look at the script making the source package for the software: https://github.com/4ian/GD/blob/master/Binaries/Packaging/PackageForUbuntu.sh ...


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That uses dkms. Sources of the kernel module are in the bcmwl-kernel-source deb package. They are compiled to get kernel module (*.ko file) when the bcmwl-kernel-source package is installed or the kernel package is upgraded. So, it doesn't affect the system too much: just an additional kernel module.


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if you want to list liblucene (liblucene++0) relevant packages run: apt-cache search liblucene or: apt-cache search liblucene++0* if you want to check package liblucene++0 run: apt-cache policy liblucene++0


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All you have to do is make sure that it gets linked with the right libraries. The real bug is in the pgkconfig file for gtk2. So all you have to do is open it as root and add -lgobject-2.0 to the list of libraries. Then rerun configure, make clean and then make all and it will work perfectly.



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