RMP packages for Fedora
If you build packages for Fedora then a lot of users will be happy and ready to buy your product.
+1 for this. Would love to use this (natively without separate installation script) on Fedora 27 (soon F28)
https://github.com/WolfangAukang/StarUML-for-Fedora saved my life!
It also works on CentOS 7!
David Sarmiento Torres commented
i need the version for Open suse, any idea?? :(
Pedro Rodríguez de Oliveira commented
Guys, if you need help installing StarUML on systems like Fedora, please, guide yourself through this script I've made:
Hope that helps. And thanks Vijaya for the libudev detail, because I'm sure it wouldn't work without the symlink part.
Michael Hart commented
I've just got it running on Fedora 23
I needed to install gcrypto 1.5
gcrypto 1.6 was in the Fedora package manager so I've used the openSUSE 13 RPM
Vijaya Simha Reddy Aedavelli commented
I've managed to install StarUML on a centos 7 system.
I've followed the below steps.
1) Download the deb for your platform x86/x86_64
2) Use file-roller to extract the deb, extract it to $HOME folder
3) Find the libs missed using ldd
For me libudev.so.0 was missing
4) Install the missing libs
yum provides */libudev*
yum install systemd-libs
ln -s /usr/lib64/libudev.so.1 /usr/lib64/libudev.so.0
5) mv HOME/staruml/data/opt/staruml /opt
6) ln -s /opt/staruml/staruml /usr/bin/
7) Create a desktop file
Add below content to /usr/share/applications/staruml.desktop
Comment=Uml Modeling tool
Todd Morrison commented
Node and Brackets. Not sure why it would be difficult for their team to create builds for Fedora.
It is possible to convert .deb package to .rpm but some dependencies are not satisfied due to obsolete packages on my distro. That prevents me from trying StarUML. If you built the rpm yourself it would be
libgcrypt.so.11()(64bit) is needed by staruml-2.0.2-2.x86_64
libgcrypt.so.11(GCRYPT_1.2)(64bit) is needed by staruml-2.0.2-2.x86_64
libudev.so.0()(64bit) is needed by staruml-2.0.2-2.x86_64