Install on Fedora Core

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On Fedora Core 6, these packages may be useful: sqlite2, perl-DBD-SQLite2, perl-XML-Simple, perl-Class-DBI, perl-IO-String, and perl-XML-Parser.  To install all of them run (as root):
 
On Fedora Core 6, these packages may be useful: sqlite2, perl-DBD-SQLite2, perl-XML-Simple, perl-Class-DBI, perl-IO-String, and perl-XML-Parser.  To install all of them run (as root):
  
   '''yum install sqlite2 perl-DBD-SQLite2 perl-XML-Simple perl-Class-DBI perl-XML-Parser perl-IO-String'''
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   '''sudo yum install sqlite2 perl-DBD-SQLite2 perl-XML-Simple perl-Class-DBI perl-XML-Parser perl-IO-String'''
  
 
If you want to use the GUI support run both:
 
If you want to use the GUI support run both:
  
   '''yum install perl-Gtk2 perl-GD'''
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   '''sudo yum install perl-Gtk2 perl-GD perl-chart'''
   '''perl -MCPAN -e "install QWizard"'''
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   '''sudo perl -MCPAN -e "install QWizard"'''
  
 
<font color="red">TODO: discuss other RPMs that solve more prereqs?</font>
 
<font color="red">TODO: discuss other RPMs that solve more prereqs?</font>
  
 
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Revision as of 22:02, 30 November 2007

Installing the prerequisites

Run:

 ./check-prerequisites.pl
and follow the instructions. You will likely need to re-run it multiple times.

Some packages handled by yum/RPMs

On Fedora Core 6, these packages may be useful: sqlite2, perl-DBD-SQLite2, perl-XML-Simple, perl-Class-DBI, perl-IO-String, and perl-XML-Parser. To install all of them run (as root):

 sudo yum install sqlite2 perl-DBD-SQLite2 perl-XML-Simple perl-Class-DBI perl-XML-Parser perl-IO-String

If you want to use the GUI support run both:

 sudo yum install perl-Gtk2 perl-GD perl-chart
 sudo perl -MCPAN -e "install QWizard"

TODO: discuss other RPMs that solve more prereqs?

Installing GeoQO itself

Run the following commands:

 perl Makefile.PL
 make

And as root run:

 make install
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