- 1 Compilation troubles
- 1.1 My compilation fails, complaining about GL/glc.h
- 1.2 Can't exec "autopoint": No such file or directory
- 1.3 configure.in:21: error: possibly undefined macro: AC_DISABLE_STATIC
- 1.4 configure.in:25: error: possibly undefined macro: AC_DEFINE
- 1.5 gui_sdl_window.cpp:23:19: error: CEGUI.h: No such file or directory
- 2 Run time troubles
My compilation fails, complaining about GL/glc.h
You are missing the quesoglc package. We may switch to another more common library at some point. It isn't widely used, so maybe it isn't available via your distro's repository. If you can't find it, try to compile it from sources, available on the quesoGLC website
If your running Gentoo, you can grab an ebuild for it here : http://www.kazer.org/navit/quesoglc-0.6.0.ebuild.
Can't exec "autopoint": No such file or directory
You're missing gettext-devel.
configure.in:21: error: possibly undefined macro: AC_DISABLE_STATIC
You're missing libtool.
configure.in:25: error: possibly undefined macro: AC_DEFINE
If autogen.sh complains about missing macro AC_DEFINE or AC_MSG_WARN: You're missing pkg-config
gui_sdl_window.cpp:23:19: error: CEGUI.h: No such file or directory
You need Crazy Eddie's GUI development files. Ususally called cegui-devel or libcegui-mk2-dev.
Run time troubles
o (process:12367): WARNING **: failed to create gui 'sdl' Using '/home/kazer/.navit/navit.xml'
Most likely, your navit.xml file is incomplete / erroneous. The best thing to try, is to start navit with the default configuration file :
if you're running it from the source directory.
If it loads, then your configuration file is broken. First, check if you have the <plugins> section at the beginning of the file.
The easiest thing to do to fix this is probably to overwrite your own config file with the one shipped with Navit. Don't forget to read Configuring navit for some tips about the config file, especially if you run the SDL gui (GTK gui should work fine out of the box).
My position is reported incorrectly
Most of the time, this is caused by the decimal separator being incorrectly set. Navit tries to override the decimal separator at startup, but the LC_ALL environment variable can block this. You can check this easily : echo $LC_ALL
If it returns something, you can't override your locale settings. You should "unset LC_ALL" and try again. If it works, you got it :)
In gentoo, this is set in the /etc/env.d/<something>locales. You may want to remove or comment the LC_ALL line in that file.
Same thing as previously. The LC_ALL blocks you from changing the charset.