Name Modified Size Downloads / Week Status
Parent folder
Totals: 2 Items   18.5 kB 2
gtminstall 2011-02-20 15.7 kB 11 weekly downloads
gtminstall_Readme.txt 2011-02-20 2.8 kB 11 weekly downloads
CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION This script is still in Beta test. Use it at your own risk. CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION The script is released under the terms of the Affero GNU General Public License (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.txt). This is a script to automatically download and install GT.M, defaulting as much as possible while providing a rich menu of options. This version must be run as root, e.g., with the sudo command. Examples: sudo gtminstall # installs latest version in M mode only sudo gtminstall --utf8 default # install latest version with UTF-8 mode support sudo gtminstall --distrib /Distrib/GT.M V5.4-000A # install V5.4-000A from a local directory The full set of options is described below. gtminstall [option] ... [version] Options are: --build-type buildtype - type of GT.M build, default is pro --copyenv dirname - copy gtmprofile and gtmcshrc files to dirname; incompatible with linkenv --copyexec dirname - copy gtm script to dirname; incompatible with linkexec --distrib dirname or URL - source directory for GT.M distribution tarball, local or remote --dry-run - do everything short of installing GT.M, including downloading the distribution --group group - group that should own the GT.M installation --group-restriction - limit execution to a group; defaults to unlimited if not specified --help - print this usage information --installdir dirname - directory where GT.M is to be installed; defaults to /usr/lib/fis-gtm/version_platform --linkenv dirname - create link in dirname to gtmprofile and gtmcshrc files; incompatible with copyenv --linkexec dirname - create link in dirname to gtm script; incompatible with copyexec --overwrite-existing - install into an existing directory, overwriting contents; defaults to requiring new directory --prompt-for-group - GT.M installation script will prompt for group; default is yes for production releases V5.4-002 or later, no for all others --ucaseonly-utils -- install only upper case utility program names; defaults to both if not specified --user username - user who should own GT.M installation; default is root --utf8 version - install UTF-8 support using specified version; use default for default version --verbose - output diagnostic information as the script executes; default is to run quietly options that take a value (e.g, --group) can be specified as either --option=value or --option value version is defaulted from mumps file if one exists in the same directory as the installer This version must run as root.
Source: gtminstall_Readme.txt, updated 2011-02-20