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Originally Posted by otsaloma View Post
Thanks also to Martin for repeatedly arguing in favor of a modular solution both here and at TJC.
Thanks, I'm glad I could help!

Now back to making this actually useful also for modRana users.
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Updated RPM available for early access users of Sailfish OS 2.0.5 "Haapajoki". Not compatible with previous Sailfish OS releases.

https://github.com/otsaloma/poor-map...s/tag/0.26.205
 

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Originally Posted by otsaloma View Post
Updated RPM available for early access users of Sailfish OS 2.0.5 "Haapajoki". Not compatible with previous Sailfish OS releases.

https://github.com/otsaloma/poor-map...s/tag/0.26.205
hello, I got a dependency problem:

Fatal error: nothing provides qt5-plugin-geoservices-here

thanks
 

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hello, I got a dependency problem:

Fatal error: nothing provides qt5-plugin-geoservices-here

thanks
As usual, you need to refresh your repositories first with
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pkcon refresh
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Originally Posted by nodevel View Post
As usual, you need to refresh your repositories first with
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pkcon refresh
I'm having the same install dependency error as pagis, and refreshing repos didn't do it.

Now I'm entirely new to Sailfish, which I just installed under MultiROM on a OnePlus One. And my last experience using RPM packaging was about 13 years ago. And the Sailfish port was missing a few things to start with that I had to install manually -- so I think it's possible that I just don't have the right repository enabled. I can do a pkcon search for "qt5-plugin-geoservices" and not find the "here" package but the "nokia" and "osm" ones are found (in installed state, btw).

I running the community port of Sailfish 2.0.4.13 by yacuken on the OnePlus.net forums.

Ideas anyone? Thanks.
 

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Originally Posted by robthebold View Post
I running the community port of Sailfish 2.0.4.13 by yacuken on the OnePlus.net forums.
If you have Sailfish OS 2.0.4.x or earlier, then use Poor Maps 0.26, if you have Sailfish OS 2.0.5.x or later, then use Poor Maps 0.26.205. This is due to the Nokia plugin being renamed HERE plugin. As far as I can tell, I can't easily work around that and support both.

If you use Warehouse, it might not be convenient that the latest RPM is not compatible with your OS version. I don't use Warehouse myself, I don't know what to do about that. You can try asking in the Warehouse thread.
 

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Originally Posted by otsaloma View Post

If you use Warehouse, it might not be convenient that the latest RPM is not compatible with your OS version. I don't use Warehouse myself, I don't know what to do about that. You can try asking in the Warehouse thread.
Thanks. I appreciate the response. Not what I'd hoped to learn, but at least it's no longer a mystery. I'll see what I can figure out in the Warehouse thread. As a user of a community port device, the Jolla store isn't an option. (Jolla fancies itself as the pretty girl in the midst of the chess club/glee club/AV club of community port devices, and we're too 'grody-to-the-max' to even talk to.)

If I find out something useful in this situation, I'll post it.
 

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As a user of a community port device, the Jolla store isn't an option.
Poor Maps isn't even available at the Jolla store, so the alternative to Warehouse is to install packages manually. Just open the web browser, tap the RPM link at OpenRepos or GitHub and tap again at the downloads list to install.
 

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Originally Posted by otsaloma View Post
Poor Maps isn't even available at the Jolla store, so the alternative to Warehouse is to install packages manually. Just open the web browser, tap the RPM link at OpenRepos or GitHub and tap again at the downloads list to install.
Eureka! picking the 2nd latest build (0.26-1) on openrepos.net website, rather than using the warehouse app did it. Thanks.

Looks great, thanks very much!
 

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