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  • How do I install bleeding edge version of navit????

    I downloaded the bleeding edge version of navit from the SVN and extracted it. How the heck do I install it???
    Linux(Learning the curve...Like when driving!!!)
    Worklog!!!http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/fabr...l-worklog.html

  • #2
    locs4dayz,

    Not sure what you are trying to accomplish, but you do know that svn is the most current source code for a project. So to install the application, you will have to compile it. This will require installing some additional packages (make, configure, some dev packages, etc). Usuallly the root folder of the svn structure will have a README and/or INSTALL. Look for those...

    However, before doing that I would look here:

    http://wiki.navit-project.org/index....d_Navit#Ubuntu

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    • #3
      Originally posted by nasa View Post
      locs4dayz,

      Not sure what you are trying to accomplish, but you do know that svn is the most current source code for a project. So to install the application, you will have to compile it. This will require installing some additional packages (make, configure, some dev packages, etc). Usuallly the root folder of the svn structure will have a README and/or INSTALL. Look for those...

      However, before doing that I would look here:

      http://wiki.navit-project.org/index....d_Navit#Ubuntu

      I've run the three commands, but the directories can't be found. Which folder of the Navit folder do I find the .configure file and the make files(there are a few make files...which one is the one I'm looking for?)?
      Linux(Learning the curve...Like when driving!!!)
      Worklog!!!http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/fabr...l-worklog.html

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      • #4
        Did you look for the README and/or INSTALL? I am not compiling from navit svn, however, I'm sure there's no .configure file -- the command should be ./configure [with possible options]. And that is done at the top level of the source code structure. Usually followed by 'make' and 'make install'. Make sure you have all the required libraries installed (look at navit wiki).

        All that said, still don't know why you are compiling from source... What new/updated features do you think svn has versus a package?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by nasa View Post
          Did you look for the README and/or INSTALL? I am not compiling from navit svn, however, I'm sure there's no .configure file -- the command should be ./configure [with possible options]. And that is done at the top level of the source code structure. Usually followed by 'make' and 'make install'. Make sure you have all the required libraries installed (look at navit wiki).

          All that said, still don't know why you are compiling from source... What new/updated features do you think svn has versus a package?
          All The Tools...
          Linux(Learning the curve...Like when driving!!!)
          Worklog!!!http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/fabr...l-worklog.html

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          • #6
            Originally posted by locs4dayz View Post
            All The Tools...
            What tools????

            My guess is that your looking for stuff that is already there.... But give me an example so I can be sure.

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