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OpenPHT on Lubuntu 17.04

PrzemoPrzemo Posts: 101Members, Plex Pass Plex Pass

Is there a way to install OpenPHT 1.8.0 on Lubuntu 17.04 (Zesty Zapus)?
As far as I can see there is no dedicated version to 17.04. :(

Best regards,
P. G.

Plex server: Synology DS1515+
Plex clients: old Mac Mini, 2xRpi3, iPad & iPhones, Android phone.


  • KutabidKutabid Posts: 8Members ✭✭

    The most recent builds for Ubuntu systems are Xenial (16.04).
    With the hardware enablement stack this is very similar to Zesty (17.04) system but with older applications in the Ubuntu repo's.
    Although I have not tested, there is a strong chance the Xenial .deb will install on Zesty.

    This is a time to use terminal as it will give you lots of information about dependencies missing or not etc.

    So if you have a .deb file:

    You can install it using sudo dpkg -i /path/to/deb/file followed by sudo apt-get install -f .

    You can install it using sudo apt install ./name.deb (or /path/to/package/name.deb ).

    Install gdebi and open your .deb file using it (Right-click -> Open with).

    More info : https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/366488/how-to-use-dpkg-i-to-install-package-and-dependencies-where-dependencies-are-al

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