This document describes how to download, compile, test and install dyndb.
The dyndb package is meant to run under UNIX and -lookalikes.
$ mkdir /package $ chmod 1755 /package $ cd /package
You may use another directory. No program in the dyndb package cares where it is installed. /package is recommended.
You can alternatively download it through FTP:
$ gunzip dyndb-0.5.2.tar.gz $ tar -xpf dyndb-0.5.2.tar # note the 'p' $ rm dyndb-0.5.2.tar $ cd data/dyndb-0.5.2
By default the binaries are installed in
/package/dyndb-0.5.2/commmand. (replace /package/ by
the directory where you you unpacked the dyndb distribution
in). Symbolic links to the commands are created in
/command/ and, for compatibility reasons, in
Manual pages are installed in /package/dyndb-0.5.2/doc. Symbolic links to the manual pages are created under /usr/local/man.
If you don't like this then:
$ package/compile && package/check $ cp command/* /whereever/you/want/bin $ cp doc/* /whereever/you/want/doc
compile/install (or compile/check) try to run some automated tests. If these tests fail the software will not be installed.
The tests take some time. Things are fine if they do not print anything.
$ mail firstname.lastname@example.org <compile/systype
Please do not send this email if the self-check failed. Send an problem report to the mailing list instead.
If you are short on disk space you may remove the compile and src directories:
$ rm -rf compile src
To subscribe to the dyndb mailing list send a mail to email@example.com. The content is ignored.
You do not need to subscribe to the mailing list, it is an open one. But, if you are not subscribe, make sure you mention this in the mail.
Please include the dyndb version number, the operating system and it's version and any possible relevant output of the failing program. Please include compile/systype in your posting.
If your system is a GNU/Linux one then please include name and version of your distribution and your C library version number (as printed by ldd --version).