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LinuxDC++ on Fedora 16

asked 2012-03-03 23:42:37 -0600

Chetan Patil gravatar image

updated 2014-09-29 01:19:46 -0600

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Hi,

Can someone guide me on how to install LinuxDC++ on fedora 16.

Thanks.

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answered 2012-03-06 00:47:45 -0600

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answered 2012-03-05 03:46:27 -0600

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Rather than compiling the software manually, which requires deep technical knowledge, try to install an RPM that already exists for some other distribution. SUSE Build Service is really great in this respect:

http://software.opensuse.org/search?q=linuxdcpp&baseproject=ALL&lang=cs&exclude_debug=true

Due to some library dependencies not all packages listed there may be installable on Fedora. You have to try.

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answered 2012-03-05 03:36:33 -0600

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Hi,

first of all you have to download the Source-Archive. You go to https://launchpad.net/linuxdcpp and download there the Release-Archive https://launchpad.net/linuxdcpp/1.1/1.1.0/+download/linuxdcpp-1.1.0.tar.bz2

After that, extract the archive somewhere in your Homefolder. For example /home/myusername/projects/

Now change to this directory /home/myusername/projects/linuxdcpp-1.0.0/ and compile. This projects uses the SCons Buildsystem. If not already happend you have to install this program from the Package Manager su -c 'yum install scons'. Now you can compile the program with $ scons

First, the build system checks if all necessary development packages are installed. For example, i had to install the boost-devel package. If you run there into a problem you can search for the needed package with yum. $ yum search boost. Now you can see several packages and there should be a somewhere a devel package. Now you can install this package und test the compile procedure again. If all is ok it compiles linuxdcpp and after that you can start this program with $ ./linuxdcpp. If you want to use it systemwide you have to install it in your /usr folder with scons install. I dont know which prefix he use because i dont tested this.

Regards

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answered 2017-02-04 09:26:19 -0600

You can go to the following link and download linuxdc++ rpm

LINK:https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=220182

then install it using

rpm -ivh (package name)

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answered 2013-01-07 13:53:03 -0600

nehaljwani gravatar image

updated 2013-01-07 13:54:04 -0600

I found the exact solution and one should follow these steps:

Step 1: Download Source. http://prdownload.berlios.de/linuxdcpp/linuxdcpp-1.0.2.tar.bz2

Step 2: Install the packages required for compilation of source code.

yum install scons zlib-devel bzip2-devel openssl-devel libglade2-devel gtk2-devel gcc-c++

This will take time depending upon the number of dependencies.

Step 3: Edit the file SConstruct and add the following:

if not conf.CheckLib('X11'):
                print '\tX11 library not found'
                Exit(1)

Step 4: Compile!

scons install

This will take time depending upon your system

Step 5: Install!

Step 6: Now that linuxdcpp has been installed, I'll show you a demo.

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