Various packages for darktable


(darix) #1

For a while i had snapshot packages for darktable in my home namespace on the OBS. Not too long ago I added Debian/Ubuntu support with borrowing some files from pmjdebruijn’s ppa and in the end bremner’s official debian package.

So with the 2.4.0 release … I thought why not restructure our whole darktable packaging in the OBS to make it easier.

So now we have 3 sources for darktable packages for you:

Latest Release

https://software.opensuse.org/download.html?project=graphics:darktable&package=darktable

Snapshots from the latest release branch

https://software.opensuse.org/download.html?project=graphics:darktable:stable&package=darktable

Snapshots from the master branch

https://software.opensuse.org/download.html?project=graphics:darktable:master&package=darktable

We will try to keep those packages working for the latest supported versions of Debian, Fedora openSUSE and Ubuntu.

Right now this means:

  • Debian 9, Next aka Testing
  • Fedora 27, 28, 29, Rawhide
  • openSUSE 42.3, 15.0, Tumbleweed
  • Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 18.10

darktable 2.4.0 released
Latest build of darktable for Kubuntu
Darktable: image corruption on import of existing library
(Mica) #2

Happy holidays indeed!


#3

@darix

Thanks for the work. I am using Ubuntu 17.10. After I installed the key, and when I performed apt update, I got the following error. Do you know what went wrong? Thanks.

W: GPG error: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/graphics:/darktable/xUbuntu_17.10 Release: The following signatures were invalid: 4B9E37E2BED9C9725FAD399D55E7BAF94F311B1D

E: The repository 'http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/graphics:/darktable/xUbuntu_17.10 Release' is not signed.

N: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.

N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details.


(darix) #5

The key problem should be fixed.


#6

Hi Darix, I tried all three above but the message I get is; darktable is already the newest version (1:2.4.0-0pmjdebruijn1~artful). How do I get 2.5? I’m using Kubuntu.
Many thanks


(Roman Lebedev) #7

darix != pmjdebruijn

For git master (which is what 2.5.0 means) from @darix, use https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/graphics:/darktable:/master/xUbuntu_17.10/


#8

Brilliant! Now installed. Many thanks


(darix) #9

Darktable speed
darktable 2.4.1 released
New DT user, can't open Canon SL2 files
#10

I could provide a development build for Windows, but I don’t have webspace. Would you like to upload it, @darix?


(darix) #11

That would be a question for @houz I guess. Or we talk to @patdavid.

BTW: the OBS can do windows builds too


(darix) #12

Fedora 26 is EOL and was removed. Fedora 28 added.


#13

So far I’ve used the PPA from Pascal, but now I recognised this ‘new’ OBS. Are the repositories to be preferred over the PPA resp. does it make any difference for future updates?


(darix) #14

Both are maintained. So as long as you just want a package for the released version, then they are pretty much the same. in the OBS we just have snapshot packages additionally.


#15

Well, thanks for the quick response!


#16

I have one more question: Which OBS is the right one for the latest stable release? The first or the second one?


(darix) #17

first is release tarball. 2nd is if one of the devs tells you “you can test it in the stable branch”. last one is “fixed in master” :slight_smile:


(darix) #18

added Fedora 29, and ubuntu 18.10

Fedora 27 will be removed in about 2 weeks.