tom.i wrote:1. I'm using VoidLinux.
Huh, yet another distro. Seems to be not even a derivate from one of the major ones, but something built completely from scratch, with its own package manager. Nice.
This might make things a bit difficult. It's already quite difficult for us to provide support for the major distros (although, where possible, we try), but covering all those smaller ones is just beyond our manpower. So, all I can offer you is some general help, as soon as we hit issues that are specific of VoidLinux, I'm afraid I won't be able to offer much help.
However, maybe adrian_broher can help you a bit more.
Ok, lets have a look at what we've got here:
2. actual GIT version, I'm not sure how should I check the commit version, but git told me that version is up-to-date.
Hm, so we're talking about recent master. As expected, just wanted to be sure.
According to what I found there, the issue is the missing libboost_python.so library. That's a bit strange, because FO uses several of the boost libraries, and none of the others are reported missing. And running cmake should've already failed if it couldn't find the required dependencies, libboost_python being one of them. Did cmake run successfully, without any errors? Can you try to check if and where the boost libraries are installed on your system?
If any of our Linux folks could provide a little assistance here... I'm on OSX, not really the most knowledgeable person around with regard to Linux issues like that.