how to get apt-get to install from source
lordverminard at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 04:55:14 UTC 2005
yeah i guess its possible that apt-get would retirive all the compilation
cuz that would make installing from source a snap.
i think gentoo has something like that though i am not sure if it retrives
te tools too.
On 7/14/05, Serg Belokamen <serg.belokamen at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think the question was (and if its not then here it is):
> How would one approach building application from source (so
> ./configure, make...) but using apt as an assistant so to speak. So,
> for example we woulod say something like (psudo only) apt
> path/to/source/code and it would take care of compilation and all
> dependencies. I recall reading about something similar a while back
> but never looked into it in detail :(
> On 14/07/05, ubuntp <ulist at gs1.ubuntuforums.org> wrote:
> > The source URLs are the same, just use the regular URLs in sources.list
> > and put deb-src (instead of just deb) in front of them. To build the
> > .deb you have to go to directory of the just downloaded source and type
> > -debian/rules binary-, this will create the .deb in the parent dir.
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