The precompiled AViz RPM binaries are prepared under Linux RedHat 7.0, Linux RedHat 8.0, and SUSE Linux. (For special problems with SUSE contact Adham Hashibon, email@example.com or read a note from Thomas Prellberg.)
To install a precompiled version of AViz under Linux, become superuser
To compile AViz, a C++ compiler such as
g++ is needed.
AViz should compile and run on all UNIX machines on which
is installed. In addition, the
libpng and the
zlib libraries are required. These two libraries are included in
Qt distributions and should
be present by default. Linux users will find RPM files providing
these software packages all over the net.
During compilation, AViz makes use of a Makefile builder
tmake. It does not usually come with the Qt library
and must be installed separately. It can be downloaded from the
Qt site. Linux
users may download a RPM file
from this server. Note that
tmake is expected to reside in
/usr/local/bin. If your
in some other directory, you need to make a link to
To uncompress and build the source tree from the SRPM file under Linux,
become superuser and use
To uncompress and build the source tree from the tarball, uncompress and
Then cd into the source directory and use
To install, become superuser and use
The source installation requires
library to be installed and set up correctly.
library is usually either
XXX denotes the
version) or in
During compilation, the environement variable
must be pointing to the appropriate directory. The variable is set either by
setenv QTDIR /usr/local/qt (under csh/tcsh) or by
QTDIR=/usr/lib/qt-XXX;export QTDIR (under bash).
Similarly, the variable
$TMAKEPATH must be set up correctly.
For instance, Linux users may set this variable to
/usr/share/tmake/linux-g++ or to
depending on the installation of
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.tar, rather than retaining
Make certain the filenames have the
.tar.gz suffix when saved on disk.
To uncompress a
To unpack an uncompressed tar file, use