[scribus] Lost Template Access in 126.96.36.199
john at wexfordpress.com
Sat Jul 5 16:35:42 CEST 2008
On Friday 04 July 2008 09:13:46 am Gregory Pittman wrote:
> John Culleton wrote:
> > After you download and unpack the source files go to the
> > directory holding them and use the following information (cribbed
> > in part from Greg Pittman) to create Scribus:
> > First you have to select a work directory name. You can use the
> > same directory but the powers that be recommend against it.
> > Let's say you specify /opt/scribus13312/
> > Then execute the following:
> > cmake . -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:PATH=/opt/scribus13312/
> > make
> > install
> > (Don't forget the period after cmake!
> the last command should be 'make install'
> > Alternatively I suggest just doing:
> > ln -s /opt/scribus13312/bin/scribus /usr/local/bin
> Not quite right. This would try to create a symbolic link with the
> name 'bin'. Should be
> ln -s /opt/scribus13312/bin/scribus /usr/local/bin/scribus
> Also, don't forget the value of creating aliases in Linux. For
> example, since I use bash for CLI, I have created 2 aliases in
> alias cmake133x='cmake .
> alias cmake135='cmake .
> which allow me to just enter cmake133x or cmake135 in konsole.
> Especially when you're updating from svn a lot, this is a big
> timesaver and avoids typos.
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