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Re: damn small lilypond

From: Alex Austin
Subject: Re: damn small lilypond
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2011 15:59:36 -0500

Can lilypond be installed in /opt/? Ask the admin if that's possible. That's where 3rd-party software usually goes.

- Alex
It is referred to as the Fibonacci meal. Today's dinner is the sum of yesterday's leftovers and the day before's leftovers.

On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 4:03 PM, Federico Bruni <address@hidden> wrote:
Il 26/10/2011 22:45, -Eluze ha scritto:

i have a USB-stick with 4GB and one with 16GB (both for the price of 10-20
bucks, one bought a few years ago the other 1 year ago).

on the 4GB stick i could store more than 50 versions of lilypond (plus jedit
or Frescobaldiā€¦)

i don't understand the problem!

No problem with USB sticks, in fact I've decided that I'll use them.

You probably missed the limitations of the PCs:

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

I'm going to hold a workshop about LilyPond next saturday and the computers available have such limitations.


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