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Old 05-05-2017, 06:49 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by hx0 View Post
Thanks, I changed the installation directory to /usr/local/bin and clarified "make install" behaviour in the readme in the repository.
Hey,

again: for this awesome program. I hope they give Linux a chance in future on this devices. Although everything seams to point to the android section nowadays.


Background for other readers:

According to the "current" (2004) Linux File Hierarchy Standard ( http://www.pathname.com/fhs/pub/fhs-...ndsALHIERARCHY and http://www.pathname.com/fhs) the /usr/local/-tree is for locally installed software.

Another tip: On Debian based systems one also can easily create deb-packages with:

Code:
checkinstall make install
which creates a debian package. The only things I altered using checkinstall was

#2 name: server -> remoteink-server
#3 "version": 20170506 -> 0.2-20170506

which creates "remoteink-server_0.2-20170506-1_amd64.deb" (in my case 64bit machine).

From there on you can use the command line program "alien" to produce other packages (e. g. rpm), distribute them and install / remove with the standard package tools.
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