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    How to install Hugin, Panoramic Tools and Enblend

    Hi

    This is something of a "How to" to for a panoramic stitcher program.

    Have collected this from several sourses of materiels mainly from ubuntu and SuSE sources with a bit of Gentoo know how.

    This should be handy to make some Skydome pics for your xgl and compiz setups.

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    PART I
    DownLoad the latest "tar.gz" to Desktop the latest Source files from:

    libpano
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/panotools

    Hugin
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/hugin

    Enblend
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/enblend

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    PART II
    Preparation of Ubuntu

    These will satisfy the dependancies required for the programs being installed.

    for pano dependancies
    $sudo apt-get install mono libicu34 libglade-cil libgtk-cil libglib-cil libgdiplus libglut3-dev libglew-dev liplot2c2 libplot-dev libplot-perl


    http://mirrors.usc.edu/pub/gnu/libxmi/ and download libxmi-1.2 extract this package to your desktop the enter the following codes
    file.pngCode:

    $cd ~/libxmi-1.2
    $sudo ./configure
    $sudo make
    $sudo make install


    for JPEG dependancies
    $ sudo apt-get install libjpeg62-dev
    $ sudo apt-get install libpng-dev
    $ sudo apt-get install libtiff4-dev

    for compiling
    $ sudo apt-get install libtool autoconf automake1.7

    wxGTK stuff and boost tools
    $ sudo apt-get install libwxgtk2.6-dev wx-common libboost-{graph,thread}-dev libgtk2.0-dev g++

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    PART III
    Compiling the source code

    Open the 3 files main folders that were downloaded in PART I to your desktop. I personally just click on the "tar.gz" files and use extract. you can choose any method that works for you.

    Install libpano first

    $ cd /home/Your_Name/Desktop/libpano12-2.8.4
    the version i got was libpano12-2.8.4 you put what ever you need there

    libpano12-2.8-4$ sudo ./configure
    libpano12-2.8-4$ sudo make
    libpano12-2.8-4$ sudo make install

    Install Hugin second (this one takes a while)

    cd /home/john/Desktop/hugin-0.7_3beta
    sudo ./configure
    sudo make sudo make install

    Install Enblend next

    $ cd /home/john/Desktop/enblend-3.0
    enblend-2.5$ sudo ./configure
    enblend-2.5$ sudo make
    enblend-2.5$ sudo make install

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    Congratulations everything should have installed for you.

    you just need to Control+Alt+BackSpace and log back in

    I use KDE and found the Icon under graphics>Hugin Panorama Creator (Panorama Stitcher)

    Enjoy
    Last edited by DoorGunner; February 8th, 2007 at 05:07 PM. Reason: newer programming

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    Re: How to install Hugin, Panoramic Tools and Enblend

    Thanks for the guide - it was short and concise. A shame though that hugin isn't a part of multi- or uni-verse. My small laptop (1200MHz scaled to 800MHz) isn't really made for compiling grafical programs.
    Kind regards
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    Re: How to install Hugin, Panoramic Tools and Enblend

    When I run the
    "sudo make" on the hugin part it runs for a bit and then I get this error:

    checking for boostlib >= 1.31... no (0)
    configure: error:
    the boost headers must be installed on your system
    but configure could not find it. Use --with-boost to
    specify the location of the boost library and
    --with-boost-version to specify your version

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    Re: How to install Hugin, Panoramic Tools and Enblend

    redo the instructions from part II for wxGTK stuff and boost tools

    $ sudo apt-get install libwxgtk2.6-dev wx-common libboost-{graph,thread}-dev libgtk2.0-dev g++
    Last edited by DoorGunner; October 13th, 2006 at 02:32 PM.

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    Re: How to install Hugin, Panoramic Tools and Enblend

    oops

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    Hello, DoorGunner

    fisrt of all - thanks for the guide

    i have a problem: ./configure hugin returns:

    Code:
    checking pano12/queryfeature.h presence... yes
    checking for pano12/queryfeature.h... yes
    panotools query functions enabled
    checking for fcnPano in -lpano12... yes
    checking for execute_stack_new in -lpano12... no
    checking if Panotools package is complete... no -- libpano12 version 2.8.1 or later is required
    configure: error:
            the panorama tools library must be installed on your system
            but configure could not find it. Use --with-pano to
            specify the location of the panotools library
    do you know how to fix this?

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    Re: How to install Hugin, Panoramic Tools and Enblend

    Im looking at this line of your error

    configure: error:
    the panorama tools library must be installed on your system
    but configure could not find it. Use --with-pano to
    specify the location of the panotools library
    check to see if you have /usr/local/lib/libpano12.so

    You may have to re-download the lib and reinstall it. Then try hugin again.

    It is kind of strange for the rest of the ./configure it seems to see it.
    Last edited by DoorGunner; November 1st, 2006 at 05:58 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjansson View Post
    Thanks for the guide - it was short and concise. A shame though that hugin isn't a part of multi- or uni-verse. My small laptop (1200MHz scaled to 800MHz) isn't really made for compiling grafical programs.
    I can definitely sympathize with you on the laptop. Edgy on an old Latitude and it's really taking its time compiling.

    What's the reason this isn't in a repository? Is there an actual barrier or is it simply that has no one gotten around to adding it?

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    Re: How to install Hugin, Panoramic Tools and Enblend

    Two comments:
    - to those who are asking why hugin is not in the repositories - it has license problems. See this blog:
    http://www.figuiere.net/hub/blog/?20...ubuntu-uploads

    - another set of instructions - almost identical to these ones - and a very nice tutorial on using hugin are available here:
    http://exolucere.ca/articles/compile-hugin-ubuntu

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    Re: How to install Hugin, Panoramic Tools and Enblend

    Nice How-to

    This thread has been added to the UDSF wiki.

    Install_Hugin_Panoramic_Tools_and_Enblend

    If you do a major update to your how-to please send me a PM. Either I can teach you how to add to the wiki or I can try to maintain the wiki myself (as time allows), thank you.

    Peace be with you,

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