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The mosquitotools package
How to install mosquitotools
The mosquitotools are meant to run under UNIX and -lookalikes.
- A Suunto Moquito dive computer. mosquitoget may or
may not work with other Suunto dive computers from the following list:
- An interface for one of the supported dive computers. At this time
mosquitoget has only been tested against a cloned interface
and may or may not work with an original Suunto interface.
- A C compiler confirming to the ANSI C Standard (c99).
- nroff, pic and tbl. For color graphics you will need groff version
1.17 or above.
- A postscript interpreter (ghostscript is fine).
Create a /package directory:
$ mkdir /package
$ chmod 1755 /package
$ cd /package
Unpack the package
$ gunzip mosquitotools-0.1.2
$ tar -xpf mosquitotools-0.1.2
$ rm mosquitotools-0.1.2
$ cd misc/mosquitotools-0.1.2
Compile and install the programs and data
Where commands, data and documentation are installed:
By default the binaries are installed in
Symbolic links to the commands are created
in /command/ and, for compatibility reasons, in
Manual pages are installed in
/package/mosquitotools-0.1.2/doc. Symbolic links to the
manual pages are created under /usr/local/man.
Data files (decompression models) are installed in
package/install or package/check try to run a few
automated tests. Unless this tests finish successful the installation
will not be completed.
How to report success: (not mandatory)
$ mail email@example.com <compile/auto-systype
Please do not send this email if the self-check failed.
Send an problem report to the mailing list instead.
Cleaning up: If you are short on
disk space you may remove the compile and src
$ rm -rf compile src
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mosquitotools version number, the operating system and it's
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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).