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The recommended way to install ParTools is by using yum.
Install the RPMs using YUM
The RPMs are build for version 6 of Red Hat Enterprise Linux/CentOS/Scientific Linux, only for 32 bit architecture (i386). The 64 bit architecture (x86_64) is not supported.
NOTE additional repositories may need to be configured to provide all the dependencies, e.g., EPEL:
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL Add them as needed to yum sources, according to their instructions.
Steps to install ParTools RPMs:
Configure the source for ParTools packages:
Install the ParTools RPMs and their dependencies:
yum -y groupinstall partools
or use your preferred package manager to install them.
Once installed, the ParTools packages are updated using:
yum -y groupupdate partools
or along with all other packages during the normal updates of the system.
The source RPMs are also available after the configuration of the ParTools repository at step 1:
yumdownloader --source $(yum groupinfo partools | sed '1,/:$/ d')
The source RPMs may be compiled locally. Check 'man rpmbuild' form details on how to build source RPMs.
Compilation and installation from source
Make sure you have installed a working set of development tools for all programming languages used by ParTools components: C, C++, OCAML and Java. Also make sure you have installed the development package for Code::Blocks IDE and its dependencies.
Then, download the latest source release of ParTools:
Unpack the archive and go to the top project directory that was created:
Issue the command:
This should compile and install the ParTools components into your home directory.