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These are detailed instructions for installing Orca on Debian Linux. They are known to work for a system using Debian Testing distribution. They are also applicable to Ubuntu/Kubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid). See Download and Install Orca for general guidelines.
# apt-get install build-essential
Minimum version required 2.6-patch 3 (latest tested: 2.6-patch 4).
# apt-get install cmake cmake-curses-gui
Minimum version required 3.3.0 (latest tested: 3.3.1).
# apt-get install libzeroc-ice-dev ice-translators ice-slice icestorm icegrid icebox icepatch2
Minimum version required 9.11
Build and install Orca distribution.
We are done. For a quick check that everything worked as expected, try this (actual versions may be different):
$ laser2d --version $ orca: Versions: Ice=3.2.1 Orca=2.9.0+
Installation process can be customized with a few variables which can be supplied on the command-line, e.g.
$ cmake -D[VARIABLE_NAME]=[VARIABLE_VALUE] .
The following are the names of available variables for each distribution:
Each distribution needs to be told where to install. In addition, each dependent distribution needs to be told where its dependents are installed. One way to do it is to add the following to your
DIR=/home/myuser/install alias cmake='cmake -DGEARBOX_INSTALL=$DIR -DGEARBOX_HOME=$DIR -DORCA_INSTALL=$DIR' export PATH=$DIR/bin:$PATH
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