Install Netatalk v3 on Debian

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As of the date of creation of this page (27th April 2013), Netatalk v3 has yet to reach any of the currently-available Debian branches (stable, testing, unstable or experimental)---in fact, the latest version offered is 2.2.2-1.  Given the significant improvements in v3, it seemed prudent to offer a walkthrough on obtaining, compiling and installing Netatalk v3 from source on this platform.
 
As of the date of creation of this page (27th April 2013), Netatalk v3 has yet to reach any of the currently-available Debian branches (stable, testing, unstable or experimental)---in fact, the latest version offered is 2.2.2-1.  Given the significant improvements in v3, it seemed prudent to offer a walkthrough on obtaining, compiling and installing Netatalk v3 from source on this platform.
  
This walkthrough comprises the steps taken by someone unfamiliar with either Debian or compiling, and results in a working install of Netatalk v3.0.3 capable of sharing the Debian user folders, and shared volumes, via a relatively secure authenticated login.  It does not comprise any steps allowing for Bonjour auto-discovery, as the target machine was being optimised for energy-savings.  All steps were undertaken via an SSH connection from a local client machine.
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This walkthrough comprises the steps taken by someone unfamiliar with either Debian or compiling, and results in a working install of Netatalk v3.0.3 capable of sharing the Debian user folders, and shared volumes, via a relatively secure authenticated login.  It does not comprise any steps allowing for Bonjour auto-discovery, as the target machine was being optimised for energy-savings.   
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All steps were undertaken via an SSH connection from a local client machine, so some acquaintance with use of the Command Line Interface is advisable, though probably not necessary, as this should be fairly straight-forward.
  
 
==Obtaining the Netatalk 3 source code==
 
==Obtaining the Netatalk 3 source code==
WIP
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The source code for Netatalk 3 is made available on the home page of the Netatalk website.  For the purposes of the following section, the gzip version is used.  You can download it any way you choose, but ultimately the downloaded file has to be transferred to a dedicated folder on the server machine.  In this section, [http://curl.haxx.se cURL] will be used.  If this isn't already installed, it can be obtained through <tt>apt-get</tt> or <tt>aptitude</tt>.
  
 
==Compiling Netatalk 3 with the required dependencies==
 
==Compiling Netatalk 3 with the required dependencies==

Revision as of 05:54, 27 April 2013

Contents

Introduction

NB: This page is a work in progress (WIP). If you see this disclaimer, please be aware the the walkthrough presented below may be incomplete or may contain errors resulting in a broken install.

As of the date of creation of this page (27th April 2013), Netatalk v3 has yet to reach any of the currently-available Debian branches (stable, testing, unstable or experimental)---in fact, the latest version offered is 2.2.2-1. Given the significant improvements in v3, it seemed prudent to offer a walkthrough on obtaining, compiling and installing Netatalk v3 from source on this platform.

This walkthrough comprises the steps taken by someone unfamiliar with either Debian or compiling, and results in a working install of Netatalk v3.0.3 capable of sharing the Debian user folders, and shared volumes, via a relatively secure authenticated login. It does not comprise any steps allowing for Bonjour auto-discovery, as the target machine was being optimised for energy-savings.

All steps were undertaken via an SSH connection from a local client machine, so some acquaintance with use of the Command Line Interface is advisable, though probably not necessary, as this should be fairly straight-forward.

Obtaining the Netatalk 3 source code

The source code for Netatalk 3 is made available on the home page of the Netatalk website. For the purposes of the following section, the gzip version is used. You can download it any way you choose, but ultimately the downloaded file has to be transferred to a dedicated folder on the server machine. In this section, cURL will be used. If this isn't already installed, it can be obtained through apt-get or aptitude.

Compiling Netatalk 3 with the required dependencies

WIP

Installing Netatalk 3 using Checkinstall

WIP

Configuring Netatalk 3 for client access

WIP

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