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12 Sep 2023 05:25 #280523 by zq17788959338@gmail.com

嗯,这很有趣。

我安装了python3,这是运行检查您失败的行,我添加了python3位,原始行是
if $PYTHON -c "import gi;gi.require_version('Pango', '1.0');from gi.repository import Pango"; then
.
[code]python3 -c "import gi;gi.require_version('Pango', '1.0');from gi.repository import Pango"
was ok
[code]python -c "import gi;gi.require_version('Pango', '1.0');from gi.repository import Pango"
failed

After linking /usr/bin/ptyhon3 to /usr/bin/python
[code]python -c "import gi;gi.require_version('Pango', '1.0');from gi.repository import Pango"
was ok
 What does [code]python --version[/return] ?

Does Buster have both python3 & python2.x installed ?

yes.I have python2.x &python3.x 
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12 Sep 2023 06:36 #280525 by rmu
Try to capture the complete output of the ./configure command. It seems there are a bunch of other python related missing dependencies (libboost_python missing). You can capture the output into a text file with
./configure --with-realtime=uspace 2>&1 >configure.txt
[*], also there should be a config.log that could give hints to what is failing and how. Before trying again run "make distclean".

[*] stackoverflow.com/questions/818255/what-does-21-mean

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12 Sep 2023 12:05 - 12 Sep 2023 12:08 #280534 by cornholio
What does
python --version return ?

I wouldn't go messing around with python too much as it can play havoc with apt. For anyone listening in which was the last version of Linuxcnc to build against python 2.7 ?
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12 Sep 2023 12:21 #280535 by rodw

I would recommend you build linuxcnc on a Bookworm installation. 
I built an installer which do it all for you.
This will include linuxcnc 2.9 installed as a deb but that is the whole point of the rip-environment command. It will override the 2.9 settings while that window is opened.

If you do build 2.9 debs, I always first uninstall what is there 
sudo apt remove linuxcnc-uspace linuxcnc-uspace-dev
Then reinstall the new ones you built (replace the x's with the full deb name with cut and paste)
sudo dpkg -i linuxcnc-uspacexxxxxx
sudo dpkg -i linuxcnc-uspace-devxxxxxx

 

ooops, I forgot to add a link forum.linuxcnc.org/9-installing-linuxcnc...or-linuxcnc-x86-only

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12 Sep 2023 13:06 #280538 by tommylight

For anyone listening in which was the last version of Linuxcnc to build against python 2.7 ?

Early builds of 2.8.
Here is a link to ready made debs, try stretch 2.8 or 2.7, or maybe even Jessie also 2.8 or 2.7.
linuxcnc.org/dists/

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12 Sep 2023 15:07 #280557 by cornholio
Thanks Tommy, but I meant which was the last before the changes were made for Python 3. Not pre built packages but source tree.

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12 Sep 2023 15:36 #280562 by tommylight
No idea, rarely build it, i force myself to use ready made stuff so i can make it easier for new users.
Now i have become obsolete since LinuxCNC is in Debian repos! :)

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13 Sep 2023 01:05 #280585 by zq17788959338@gmail.com
Thank you all. I reinstalled the Debian system yesterday. Rebuild. This problem has disappeared.

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13 Sep 2023 01:12 #280586 by zq17788959338@gmail.com
thank you.This problem has been solved.

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13 Sep 2023 05:06 #280596 by cornholio
What version of Debian did you sue ?

Just in case someone else has the same issue.

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