Install Netatalk v3 on Debian

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(Configuring Netatalk 3 for client access)
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==Compiling Netatalk 3 with the required dependencies==
 
==Compiling Netatalk 3 with the required dependencies==
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NB: If you've never compiled from source on this machine before, it's possible you may be lacking a Compiler, the software that turns source code into the operating system-specific package.  It can be be obtained as follows:
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apt-get install gcc
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If GCC is already installed, you will be notified; otherwise, it will be installed.  Once this has finished, you can continue with the rest of this section.
  
 
You now need to install the required dependencies before proceeding:
 
You now need to install the required dependencies before proceeding:
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Using CheckInstall is remarkably simpleSimply type:
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Now that we have configured our installation, we can proceed to build Netatalk:
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make
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This is the longest part of the processYou may wish to prepare a beverage.
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Once <tt>make</tt> is finished building, we install using CheckInstall:
 
  checkinstall make install
 
  checkinstall make install
This will compile the source code into a genuine Debian package, and then install it.  This will take some time.  When done, you should receive a clear indication as to the results of the install process.  All being well, there remains just one more step.
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When done, you should receive a clear indication as to the results of the install process.  All being well, there remains just one more step.
  
 
Execute the following commands:
 
Execute the following commands:

Revision as of 09:27, 27 April 2013

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