(This post is the English version of previous post. I’m not native English so sorry for my English. :p)
Yesterday, I got a problem when I want to Install Intel XDK on openSUSE Leap 42.1 KDE version. Intel XDK installer said that GTK library is not installed or installed version is not compatible
Expectation : Install
gtk2 using 1-Click Install from software.opensuse.org and then install Intel XDK
Reality : YaST failed to get metadata from one of the repository. I think they prepare for Leap 42. Haha
I think I need to find another solution on Google. Then I land to Gentoo Wiki. Followed the steps, but it isn’t enough. And this is the complete steps to solve this problem. I’m using Intel XDK 3641.
Intel XDK installer only find for package named
gtk2, but when I run
zypper in gtk2 in terminal, it said that
'libgtk-2_0-0' providing 'gtk2' is already installed. It makes me sure to do all this thing (eh)
First thing to do is install the
intel-xdk-pset-3641.0-0.noarch.rpm package that can be found in the
rpm folder. Use command below to install it (make sure you are inside the Intel XDK folder – check it using
(xdk_web_linux64_3641) $ sudo zypper in rpm/intel-xdk-pset-3641.0-0.noarch.rpm
Next step is extract the
intel-xdk-3641.0.0.tgz archive (inside the
rpm folder) and move it to
/opt/intel/xdk. I’m using GUI (hehe) so just right click and Extract, then move it using Dolphin – Super User Mode.
Last, delete broken symlink
libudev.so.0 and make a new symlink using commands below.
$ cd /opt/intel/XDK
(/opt/intel/XDK) $ sudo rm libudev.so.0
(/opt/intel/XDK) $ sudo ln -s /usr/lib64/libudev.so.1 libudev.so.0
Voila! Now try to run
(/opt/intel/XDK) $ ./xdk.sh
If you want Intel XDK appear in the Application Launcher, just right click in Application Launcher and click Edit Application and make new entry there.
Happy coding 🙂