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It's quite simple. First get the source archive, unpack it in a driectory
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It's quite simple. First get the source archive, unpack it in a driectory
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of your choice and then generate it in a separate build directory.
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of your choice and then generate it in a separate build directory.
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For example:
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For example:
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cd ${HOME}/src
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cd ${HOME}/src
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tar -xvzf kwave-0.8.4-1.tar.bz2
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tar -xvzf kwave-0.8.9-1.tar.bz2
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mkdir kwave-build
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mkdir kwave-build
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cd kwave-build
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cd kwave-build
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cmake ../kwave-0.8.4
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cmake ../kwave-0.8.9
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make
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make
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make install
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make install
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2. RPM-SUPPORT:
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2. RPM-SUPPORT:
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Installing the rpm package normally requires root permissions.
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Installing the rpm package normally requires root permissions.
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2.1 Building a binary rpm from archive file:
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2.1 Building a binary rpm from archive file:
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Simply get the source archive (for example kwave-0.8.4-1.tar.bz2) and
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Simply get the source archive (for example kwave-0.8.9-1.tar.bz2) and
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then type:
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then type:
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rpmbuild -ta kwave-0.8.4-1.tar.bz2
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rpmbuild -ta kwave-0.8.9-1.tar.bz2
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If you want to build for a different architecture than your current, you
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If you want to build for a different architecture than your current, you
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might want to add the parameter "--target ...", for example:
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might want to add the parameter "--target ...", for example:
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rpmbuild -ta --target i586 kwave-0.8.4-1.tar.bz2
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rpmbuild -ta --target i586 kwave-0.8.9-1.tar.bz2
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compiles for i586 architecture.
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compiles for i586 architecture.
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2.2 Building a source and binary rpm from the source tree (GIT):
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2.2 Building a source and binary rpm from the source tree (GIT):
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The binary rpm package of kwave is "relocatable". This means that you can
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The binary rpm package of kwave is "relocatable". This means that you can
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build the package on a system with the KDE base directory set to some
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build the package on a system with the KDE base directory set to some
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location (like for example /usr) and install it on some other system
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location (like for example /usr) and install it on some other system
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and/or into a different directory.
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and/or into a different directory.
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rpm -Uvh --prefix=/usr/local kwave-0.8.4-1.i586.rpm
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rpm -Uvh --prefix=/usr/local kwave-0.8.9-1.i586.rpm
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This modifies the path where the program is installed and it is strongly
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This modifies the path where the program is installed and it is strongly
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recommended that this is a directory that is contained in the KDEDIRS
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recommended that this is a directory that is contained in the KDEDIRS
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environment variable, otherwise Kwave would be unable to find it's menu
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environment variable, otherwise Kwave would be unable to find it's menu
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configuration, plugins, preset files and so on...
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configuration, plugins, preset files and so on...