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    nGhost openSUSE

    How to install nGhost in openSUSE? I'm new to linux.
    What should I download and how do I install it?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRTR View Post
    How to install nGhost in openSUSE? I'm new to linux.
    What should I download and how do I install it?

    Thanks
    You'll have to compile it from source. Yum install the dev packages: subversion, autoconf, g++, taglib, libsqlite, libboost, libdbus-1, libcurl3-gnutils, and whatever else it complains about.

    you can check out nghost via subversion by typing:

    Code:
    svn checkout https://nghost.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/nghost/libnghost
    and

    Code:
    svn checkout https://nghost.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/nghost/nghost2
    Then it's the standard:

    ./autogen.sh
    ./configure
    make
    sudo make install
    Configure will complain if it's missing something that the application needs. Uses opensuse's package manager to search for the package, install its devel packages and rerun. Takes a while, but you'll eventually get it configured, compiled, installed and running
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    Quote Originally Posted by kev000 View Post
    You'll have to compile it from source. Yum install the dev packages: subversion, autoconf, g++, taglib, libsqlite, libboost, libdbus-1, libcurl3-gnutils, and whatever else it complains about.

    you can check out nghost via subversion by typing:

    Code:
    svn checkout https://nghost.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/nghost/libnghost
    and

    Code:
    svn checkout https://nghost.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/nghost/nghost2
    Then it's the standard:



    Configure will complain if it's missing something that the application needs. Uses opensuse's package manager to search for the package, install its devel packages and rerun. Takes a while, but you'll eventually get it configured, compiled, installed and running
    Thank you, I will try that

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    kev are you still working on this front end?
    I posted a question in the 2.0.0 thread but i realize i should have posted it here.

    nGhost 2.0.0 Final is out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pRoFiT View Post
    kev are you still working on this front end?
    I posted a question in the 2.0.0 thread but i realize i should have posted it here.

    nGhost 2.0.0 Final is out!
    Ooops, sorry i missed this thread... Use the latest code from svn. It has fixed those compile issues.

    nGhost 2.1 is still in active development and is getting a number of good bug fixes. If it keeps baking any longer, we may have to rename it 2.5.
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