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Solarsystem

   0.2.2  

GNOME Screensaver

Score 61%
Solarsystem
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  10121
Submitted:  Sep 18 2009
Updated:  May 31 2012

Description:

A screensaver for Linux and UNIX that displays the planets of the Solar System
(inc Pluto). A random planet is chosen and rotated on screen against a
starfield background. As the planet orbits the sun, it transitions from light
into darkness and a corona effect appears.




Changelog:

V0.2.2: 2012-06-01
- Fixed: Build time fixes for newer distros which use --as-needed as a
default GCC option


V0.2.1: 2011-03-14
- Fixed: Improved building scripts for newer distros
- Fixed: Now doesn't display cursor. Thanks to "druciferre"


V0.2: 2010-06-27
- Fixed: Minor change to the build scripts to fix compilation on distros
using the new DSO changes to ld (eg Fedora 13).
- Added: Smoothed starfield points for OpenGL/Hardware implementations
which support it.
- Fixed: Don't show in KDE 'Lost & Found' menu if both KDE and Gnome
versions are installed.


V0.1: 2009-09-18
- Inital Release




LicenseGPL
Source(Source Code (gzip compressed))
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 cannot instal the screansaver

 
 by zuperkoleoptera on: Dec 2 2009
 
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I am quite new to the ubuntu and trying to install this screansaver..any help would be accepted..

I followed the instructions found on the Readme file but nothing happened..Where sound I found the screansaver after the installation?


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 installation problem

 
 by zuperkoleoptera on: Dec 2 2009
 
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this is the output I get after the "./configure --prefix=/usr" command

make all-recursive
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1'
Making all in src
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src'
gcc -g -O2 -L/usr/lib -lSDL -lSM -lICE -lGL -lm -o solarsystem solarsystem-solarsystem.o solarsystem-solarsystem_textures.o solarsystem-solarsystem_timers.o -lSDL_image
solarsystem-solarsystem.o: In function `preCacheScene':
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:131: undefined reference to `gluSphere'
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:107: undefined reference to `gluSphere'
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:110: undefined reference to `gluDisk'
solarsystem-solarsystem.o: In function `drawScene':
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:228: undefined reference to `gluSphere'
solarsystem-solarsystem.o: In function `initOpenGL':
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:160: undefined reference to `gluNewQuadric'
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:161: undefined reference to `gluNewQuadric'
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:162: undefined reference to `gluQuadricOrientation'
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:163: undefined reference to `gluQuadricNormals'
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:164: undefined reference to `gluQuadricTexture'
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:165: undefined reference to `gluQuadricOrientation'
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:166: undefined reference to `gluQuadricNormals'
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:167: undefined reference to `gluQuadricTexture'
/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src/solarsystem.c:175: undefined reference to `gluPerspective'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [solarsystem] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/tasos/solarsystem-0.1'
make: *** [all] Error 2


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 Re: installation problem

 
 by oddsocks1024 on: Dec 4 2009
 
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You most likely do not have the GLU libraries installed or installed correctly. Ensure the following packages are installed on unbuntu:

libglu1-mesa
libglu1-mesa-dev

What output do you get if you type:

ls /usr/lib/libGLU*


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 Re: Re: installation problem

 
 by zuperkoleoptera on: Dec 4 2009
 
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Checked it on the synaptic and both packages are installed...(libglu1-mesa
libglu1-mesa-dev)

The output for "ls /usr/lib/libGLU*" is
"/usr/lib/libGLU.a /usr/lib/libGLU.so.1
/usr/lib/libGLU.so /usr/lib/libGLU.so.1.3.070600"
Still no solution found...

Thanks


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 Re: Re: Re: installation problem

 
 by oddsocks1024 on: Dec 4 2009
 
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Which version of Ubuntu are you using? Is it the 32bit or 64bit version? (Im assuming 32bit).

After the configure stage, what is the contents of the file called debug_configure?


Try the following, at the make stage instead of just typing make, type:

make LDFLAGS="-lGLU"


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 Doent appear in Preferences

 
 by lucifer69 on: Jul 28 2010
 
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Some help please....

Install was fine

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./configure --prefix=/usr
make LDFLAGS="-lGLU"
sudo make install
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checked the file in usr/share/applications/screensavers......OK

But it doesnt appear in Screensaver Preferences


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 Re: Doent appear in Preferences

 
 by oddsocks1024 on: Jan 19 2011
 
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Which distro is this?


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 Mouse Cursor

 
 by druciferre on: Jan 16 2011
 
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Installed on Ubuntu 10.10 with no problems. I did notice when the screensaver was active that it still showed the mouse cursor.

I added SDL_ShowCursor( SDL_DISABLE ) after you created the timers in the mainloop() function and then called SDL_ShowCursor(SDL_ENABLE) before you made your calls to SDL_RemoveTimer(), then recompiled and all was well... Might be something to consider adding your next version.


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 Re: Mouse Cursor

 
 by oddsocks1024 on: Jan 19 2011
 
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Thanks for the info, I'll check it out and probably release a minor update at some point.


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 openSUSE Build Instructions?

 
 by hendersj on: Mar 11 2011
 
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Trying to build this on openSUSE 11.2 (will probably try 11.4 as well), and configure runs OK, but when I run make, it seems to run configure again and produces the following error:

./configure: line 6241: syntax error near unexpected token `AX_CHECK_GL'
./configure: line 6241: `AX_CHECK_GL()'
make: *** [config.status] Error 2

Any ideas?


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 Re: openSUSE Build Instructions?

 
 by oddsocks1024 on: Mar 14 2011
 
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I've checked on openSUSE 11.3 and it built fine, I can't test on 11.2 but try the following:

Ensure at least the following packages are installed:

Mesa-devel
libSDL_image-devel
libSDL-devel
automake

Unpack it and change into the directory, run each of the following commands

make clean
aclocal -Imacros
autoconf
autoheader
automake -a

Run configure again:

./configure

If configure produces any errors such as missing dependencies etc, resolve them and retry the above.

Run make like this:

make LDFLAGS="-lGLU"

If it compiles ok, then you should be able to do a make install as root.



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 Re: Re: openSUSE Build Instructions?

 
 by hendersj on: Mar 14 2011
 
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Awesome thanks - that worked. :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: openSUSE Build Instructions?

 
 by oddsocks1024 on: Mar 15 2011
 
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No worries. The configure line may be better as:

./configure --prefix=/usr

but if it works for you that's great. There's a newer version up which may hopefully compile without messing around so much, if you haven't already tried it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: openSUSE Build Instructions?

 
 by hendersj on: Mar 15 2011
 
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Thanks, I'll give that one a try as well - maybe see if I can get it to build in the openSUSE Build Service (which could in theory be used build binary packages for multiple distros).


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 mint 11

 
 by Antologiazeta on: Nov 7 2011
 
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Nothing Never work in this page, therminal and all of stupid comand. You must be hacker to install any.
BAD SO


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 Re: mint 11

 
 by oddsocks1024 on: Nov 7 2011
 
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Are you whining about the software on this site in general, or just whining about this package? Plenty of people have gotten it to install and run.

How about asking for help instead of just posting a useless comment that serves no purpose?


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