[chirp_users] Howto install daily builds?
ksaves2 at sbcglobal.net
Thu Feb 23 11:27:06 PST 2012
With Linux, open in home directory:
gzip -cd chirp-daily-XXX | tar xfv -
I then move my old saved rig files to the new directory or one could just
save the rig files in a separate file and always save to that separate file. When happy with the new build, delete the old one.
--- On Thu, 2/23/12, Robert Terzi <rct at r-t.org> wrote:
> From: Robert Terzi <rct at r-t.org>
> Subject: Re: [chirp_users] Howto install daily builds?
> To: "Discussion of CHIRP" <chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com>
> Date: Thursday, February 23, 2012, 11:13 AM
> On 2/23/2012 11:09 AM, Dan Smith
> >> Yes there is no problem downloading it or
> installing the release, what I
> >> wanted to know is how to install the daily builds
> after downloading
> > Eh? You have no problem installing but want to know how
> to install? I'm
> > confused :)
> It's probably worth stating that trying the daily builds
> linux is best done from a terminal window (a command line
> It's possible to do with with a graphical file manager, but
> is easier
> from the command line. On linux, daily build don't
> need to be installed
> so there will be no menu entry or desktop launch icon.
> 1. Download the daily build to some place in your home
> directory (or even /var/tmp)
> 2. make a new, clean temporary directory for the daily
> 3. cd into that directory and use tar to unpack the daily
> build there.
> 4. Run the daily build by typing ./chirpw. The ./ is
> important to run
> the chirpw in the current directory and not a previous
> version that got
> installed on the system in /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin
> Hope this helps,
> > The daily builds are complete. Just extract the tar.gz,
> which will
> > create a versioned directory as a result. Go in there
> and run chirpw
> > manually, or do the normal install process as you would
> with any release.
> > I would recommend not installing the daily builds into
> your system, just
> > because python's distutils doesn't make it easy to
> uninstall things, and
> > since the daily builds could change so much day to
> > It's pretty easy to just run chirpw from within the
> daily directory that
> > the tarball extraction creates.
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