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comment Is there a tool to visualize a filesystem allocation map on Linux?
@Ivan, as for libffi5, maybe your Ubuntu is no longer 10.04 but some later version. You can get that library from packages.ubuntu.com/lucid/libffi5 (I've included it to bundle too). Also you don't have any gtk3 theme installed, hence warnings. They're not critical.
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comment Is there a tool to visualize a filesystem allocation map on Linux?
@Ivan, github.com/downloads/i-rinat/fragview/… Should work on Ubuntu 10.04.4 i386
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comment Is there a tool to visualize a filesystem allocation map on Linux?
@Ivan, I can't figure out how to compile into one binary all gtk+3.0, and gtkmm-3.0. I'll try to create bundle with all required libraries, but it will take time.
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comment Is there a tool to visualize a filesystem allocation map on Linux?
@Ivan, there is no required libraries in Ubuntu 10.04. I need at least boost 1.46 for interval arithmemtics but only 1.40 can be installed. So for gtkmm-3.0, only 2.4 can be installed.
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comment Is there a tool to visualize a filesystem allocation map on Linux?
@Ivan, try to install these -dev packages: apt-get install libboost-dev libsqlite3-dev libgtkmm-3.0-dev
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comment Is there a tool to visualize a filesystem allocation map on Linux?
You should run "cmake ..", where ".." is directory with source.
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