I'm slightly confused on what exactly
I was building OLA, and I found this post: Error when building .debs for BBB with newest OLA 0.9.7... – Google Groups where I had seen:
cd ola-0.9.7 debuild # (... wait ...) sudo debi
So, I did build with
debuild, and I got these .debs as a result:
$ ls -1 ../*.deb ../libola1_0.10.7-1_armhf.deb ../libola1-dbgsym_0.10.7-1_armhf.deb ../libola-dev_0.10.7-1_armhf.deb ../ola_0.10.7-1_armhf.deb ../ola-dbgsym_0.10.7-1_armhf.deb ../ola-python_0.10.7-1_all.deb ../ola-rdm-tests_0.10.7-1_all.deb
The thing is, when I first installed OLA through the binary packages (Raspbian), before this build, I ended up with the packages
ola libola1 ola-rdm-tests ola-python installed (which I had uninstalled before the build).
So, I'm not sure, if I just run
debi, will I get just those packages installed, or will it install all the .debs that were generated (including
-dev packages, which in this particular case, I don't need)?
In other words, if I just want some of those .deb packages installed, am I better off just doing
sudo dpkg -i [package1] [package2] ..., instead of using