Trouble installing Cutycapt on CentOS

I’m currently trying to install CutyCapt on my CentOS VPS. I need this for displaying screenshots of websites in a catalogue.

Regrettably there’s only a Debian/Ubuntu installation guide available. It must be said, I’m no expert at Linux or command lines, but I still decided to give the installation a go…

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  • So far I’ve done the following with success:

    yum install Xvfb
    yum install xorg-x11-fonts*
    yum install subversion libqt4-webkit libqt4-dev

    However, when trying to get CutyCapt from the SourceForge repository:

    yum install

    I get the following message:

    No package available.

    Is the ‘missing’ package a result of me using a wrong command, installing or configuring Subversion in a bad way?

    If anyone has any experience in installing and setting up CutyCapt on a CentOS server, I would be grateful for a mini-guide. It seems that several people have requested it, but nothing is to be found on Google.

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  • 3 Solutions collect form web for “Trouble installing Cutycapt on CentOS”

    This works for CentOS 5.5 64bit:

    1. Add this to /etc/yum.repos.d/CentOS-Base.repo

      name= CentOS-$releasever - ATrpms
    2. rpm –import

    3. yum install subversion qt47-devel qt47-webkit gcc-c++

    4. svn co

    5. cd cutycapt/CutyCapt

    6. qmake

    7. make

    I would also add to canavar’s answer that in step 2, you should also do the following

    yum install qt47-webkit-devel sqlite

    Otherwise, make in step 6 will fail because the directory /usr/include/QtWebKit does not exist, and/or your SQLite version is too old (needs version 3.6.20 or higher).

    This is an svn repo. You should use an svn command to access this repository.

    Try: svn co 

    New Qt4.4 Packages are available for CentOS (EL5 Distros) in this repo:

    Just install qt44* and qt44-devel* – webkit is included in the 4.4 version of Qt. (need to import signature of repo. – check the download instructions for details)

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