Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Installation


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11/18/17 23:30:35 (13 months ago)
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Victor Julien
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  • Installation

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    77Installing from source is made easy with an install script. The steps that need to be taken for this type of installation will be explained below.
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    9  1. download the archive, e.g. Vuurmuur-0.5.73.tar.gz, and store it on your disk
    10  1. unpack the archive with the command 'gzip -cd Vuurmuur-0.5.73.tar.gz | tar xvf -'
    11  1. enter the directory Vuurmuur-0.5.73
     9 1. download the archive, e.g. Vuurmuur-0.7.tar.gz, and store it on your disk
     10 1. unpack the archive with the command 'gzip -cd Vuurmuur-0.7.tar.gz | tar xvf -'
     11 1. enter the directory Vuurmuur-0.7
    1212 1. Now run the install script: ./install.sh --install --defaults (this will use the default locations, /etc/vuurmuur for the config, /usr/bin/ for the binaries, /usr/share/vuurmuur for misc files and /var/log/vuurmuur for logs)
    1313 1. After some waiting you should get a success message.
     
    1616  If you run into trouble, make sure to check the installation [wiki:Faq].
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    18 == Installation instructions for installing from Autopackage ==
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    20 If you are using the x86 architecture this is an easy installation method. An autopackage (http://www.autopackage.org/) is a distribution independent installer. Installation is very easy!
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    22  1. download the package, e.g. Vuurmuur-0.5.73.x86.package
    23  1. run the package: 'sh Vuurmuur-0.5.73.x86.package'
    24  1. if you don't have Autopackage installed yet, it will be downloaded automatically (requires internet access)
    25  1. done!
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    27 You can pass the --prefix <path> parameter to the package. This will allow you to select another installation path then the one defined in /etc/autopackage/config. Default is /usr. This will use a config directory of /etc/vuurmuur. If you select another prefix with the --prefix <path> parameter, the config directory will be <path>/etc/vuurmuur, so for /usr/local, the config will be in /usr/local/etc/vuurmuur.
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    29   If you run into trouble, make sure to check the installation [wiki:Faq].
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    3119== Installation instructions for specific distributions ==