DEB based bundle builder (Ubuntu, Mint, Debian) is shipping Munipack and all supporting utilities in one binary package. It is intended for a peculiar requirement or older distributions. For a standard package, use DEB binary package page. Alternatively, the system-wide installation is possible.
It is supposed to run commands introduced by # as root
# id uid=0(root) ..
and ones denoted by $ as an ordinary user:
$ id uid=12345(user) ...
This page describes how to build a DEB bundle binary package for Munipack.
All steps has been verified under latest Debian 7.4 and Ubuntu 14.04 releases. Building under different distributions or releases may require some code adaptations.
Following system tools are required for the building:
These tools could be installed by the command (valid for Debian, modify by your needs):
# aptitude install gfortran g++ libgtk2.0-dev minpack-dev debhelper imagemagick autoconf mercurial
For Ubuntu, use:
$ sudo apt-get install gfortran g++ libgtk2.0-dev minpack-dev debhelper imagemagick autoconf mercurial
Create a directory containing distribution packages in your home
$ mkdir ~/dist
and put latest sources (as .tar.gz or .tar.bz2) of following packages here:
Create a working directory in your home and switch to it:
$ mkdir ~/tmp $ cd ~/tmp
Extract the script for building:
~tmp/$ tar zxf ~/dist/munipack-0.5.5.tar.gz --strip-components=2 --wildcards '*/dist/dbuilder.sh'
and than run the build script:
~/tmp$ ./dbuilder.sh ~/dist >& log
Building takes some time (~30 min), have a cup of tea.
Both ~/dist and ~/tmp directories are no more used and ones can be safety removed after building. Ones can by placed anywhere.
If your are lucky person and previous steps has been successful, the final DEB package should be found as ~/tmp/munipack-0.5.5-amd64.deb (the architecture flag will different on i686 architecture, of course).
Now, Munipack should be installed under Debian simply as
# dpkg -i munipack-0.5.5-amd64.deb
and under Ubuntu:
$ sudo dpkg -i munipack-0.5.5-amd64.deb
Uninstalled by the way:
# dpkg -r munipack
$ sudo dpkg -r munipack
The final package can be copied and installed on machines with a compatible distribution. Dependencies are satisfied automatically.
To enable RAW support, consider installation of dcraw.
(Valid for 0.5.5preX)
This part is completely optional and recommended just only for experienced geeks which are desired in latest development. Please, expect that latest sources could require a little bit different versions of some libraries listed in section 3 (Getting sources).
To get, the source tree of Munipack, follow instructions for Mercurial or try:
$ cd ~/dist ~/dist$ hg clone http://munipack.physics.muni.cz/hg/munipack munipack-0.5.5preX/
Note, the version number should be usually tuned (0.5.5preX is just for example).
To init source tree, just edit version string:
~/dist$ cd munipack-0.5.5preX/ ~/dist/munipack-0.5.5preX$ editor configure.ac # set version: AC_INIT( ..0.5.5preX ..) ~/dist/munipack-0.5.5preX$ ./bootstrap [path to wxwin.m4]
and create the distribution tarball as
~/dist/munipack-0.5.5preX$ cd .. ~/dist$ tar zcf munipack-0.5.5preX.tar.gz munipack-0.5.5preX/ --exclude ".hg/*"
Then follow step: 4 Building.