Die folgenden Pakete wurden automatisch installiert und werden nicht mehr benötigt:
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libaprutil1 libaprutil1-dev libarmadillo6 libassimp-dev libassimp3v5 libboost-atomic1.58.0 libboost-chrono1.58.0
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,and it may cause a lot of damage if continuing,so the question is
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On 6/11/2017 04:51, Alex Luya wrote:
> Under ubuntu 16,04 I have built latest boost 1.65.1 like this:
> ./bootstrap.sh --prefix=/usr/local
> sudo ./b2 install
> sudo ldconfig
> then when building something against boost,I got these errors:
> /usr/local/include/boost/serialization/access.hpp: In instantiation of ‘static void boost::serialization::access::serialize(Archive&, T&, unsigned int) [with Archive = boost::archive::text_oarchive; T = std::array<std::__cxx11::basic_string<char>, 10ul>]’:
> /usr/local/include/boost/archive/basic_text_oarchive.hpp:83:9: required from ‘void boost::archive::basic_text_oarchive<Archive>::save_override(T&) [with T = const std::array<std::__cxx11::basic_string<char>, 10ul>; Archive = boost::archive::text_oarchive]’
> /usr/local/include/boost/archive/detail/interface_oarchive.hpp:70:9: required from ‘Archive& boost::archive::detail::interface_oarchive<Archive>::operator<<(const T&) [with T = std::array<std::__cxx11::basic_string<char>, 10ul>; Archive = boost::archive::text_oarchive]’
> examples/user_code/openpose_recognition.cpp:867:89: required from here
> /usr/local/include/boost/serialization/access.hpp:116:9: error: ‘struct std::array<std::__cxx11::basic_string<char>, 10ul>’ has no member named ‘serialize’
> t.serialize(ar, file_version);
> compilation terminated due to -Wfatal-errors.
> Makefile:478: die Regel für Ziel „.build_release/examples/user_code/openpose_recognition.o“ scheiterte
> make: *** [.build_release/examples/user_code/openpose_recognition.o] Fehler 1
> make: *** Auf noch nicht beendete Prozesse wird gewartet …
> I think ubuntu is still use default boost that installed by apt-get,
That is not your problem, since you can see in the output that it is
using Boost from /usr/local/include, not /usr/include (which is where
the system Boost is stored).
Having said that, you may need to double-check that your library path
also uses /usr/local/lib before /usr/lib otherwise you may experience
other problems later on.
Another thing to verify is whether you are compiling your application
with C++11 or higher options (which the compiler output suggests is the
case). If so, you should specify the same options when building Boost.
Otherwise, look closely at
examples/user_code/openpose_recognition.cpp:867 and see if the code is
> so I tried to purge it
> sudo apt-get purge libboost1.58-dev
That is never a good idea. You can't remove the system Boost libraries
without removing or rebuilding every other system package that depends
on it, which will most likely break your system.
> How to purge default boost-v1.58 then switch to the built version
> without any damages?
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On Monday, November 6, 2017 6:09:59 PM CST Gavin Lambert via Boost-users
> On 6/11/2017 04:51, Alex Luya wrote:
> > so I tried to purge it
> > sudo apt-get purge libboost1.58-dev
> That is never a good idea. You can't remove the system Boost libraries
> without removing or rebuilding every other system package that depends
> on it, which will most likely break your system.
What Alex is doing is fine. You CAN safely remove the DEVELOPMENT libraries
-- which is what Alex would (partly) accomplish by "apt-get purge
Alex: you likely have other remaining boost development libraries -- each
library that comes with a .so file will have a corresponding -dev package.
You can see what remains on your system with a command such as:
dpkg --list|grep boost.*dev
You can purge all of these.
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