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Re: damn small lilypond

From: Alex Austin
Subject: Re: damn small lilypond
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2011 00:34:09 -0500

mkdir $HOME/lilypond
mount none -t tmpfs $HOME/lilypond
cd $HOME/lilypond
wget /url/of/
Figure out what packages you don't need, delete them and the .sh package, and copy everything else into a different, non-tmpfs directory in your home folder.

On Oct 25, 2011 5:45 PM, "Federico Bruni" <address@hidden> wrote:
What would you do if you had to install lilypond v2.14.2 on computers running Ubuntu 10.04 (where lilypond is still v2.12), with the following limitations:

- only the standard packages distributed by Ubuntu can be installed on /
- the maximum space available in each /home directory is 50 MB

Lilypond sh package decompressed is around 60 MB.

I guess that the best solution is bringing a bunch of USB drives and copying the executables there.

But I wonder if there's any other solution...
I don't know ho many USB drives I'll need.

What happens if I remove usr/lib/python2.4 (22,4 MB)?


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