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Re: [GNUe-dev] debian stuff

From: Jason Cater
Subject: Re: [GNUe-dev] debian stuff
Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 01:00:31 -0500

There are generally 3 options for installation: 

1. The prepackaged route:  We have .debs available for unstable 
   (but not woody, at the moment.) Some people have reported 
   issues with these, so they might not be too useful at the 

   These can be retrieved using:
      deb gnue sid

2. The release tarballs: You can untar the release tarballs, then run 

    $ python install

  To install into a specific location, I think you can do: 

    $ python --skip-tests --prefix=debian/gnue install

   Or, if that doesn't work, modify setup.cfg*, then run

3. If you are using the CVS version, then I highly recommend 
   running ./ in the cvs root directory.  It installs 
   a per-user development version.  It asks a few questions, but
   only has to be run once.

Jason Cater
GNU Enterprise

On Wed, 28 May 2003 18:10:31 -0500
Warren Turkal <address@hidden> wrote:

> How do I do an install the software to some specific directory (not 
> neccessarily the default) without having to manually answer install
> quesitons in linux? Is there no equivalent of something like 
> "PREFIX=$PWD/debian/gnue-forms make install"?
> Warren
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