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Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of documentation/howto/build


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Timestamp:
08/30/11 09:54:09 (11 years ago)
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Sebastian Meiling
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    2424In general it is quite simple to get HAMcast working on UNIX platforms. For a start you only have to download our latest prototype release (LINK) and the build.sh script provided. However, you may also manually compile H∀Mcast - this is pretty easy, as we use automake to generate configure-scripts and Makefiles. The source code of H∀Mcast is structured into three main parts, plus some software examples:
    2525
    26 Multicast API (libhamcast/)
    27 Middleware component (middleware/)
    28 Technology modules (modules/<technology>)
    29 Examples (programs/<software>)
     26 * Multicast API (libhamcast/)
     27
     28 * Middleware component (middleware/)
     29
     30 * Technology modules (modules/<technology>)
     31
     32 * Examples (programs/<software>)
     33
    3034Run the following sequence of commands in all subdirectories (libhamcast, middleware ...):
     35{{{
     36automake -i && ./configure && make
     37}}}
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    32 automake -i && ./configure && make
    3339If you have root access, you may also install libhamcast on your system (though we recommend to test it first on a non-productive system) with:
     40{{{
     41make install
     42}}}
    3443
    35 make install
    36  
    37 
    38 Note for Linux users
     44=== Note for Linux users ===
    3945
    4046If you're getting the error "No CAS for this plattform", then you need to set your hardware architecture by hand using the configure script. run "uname -m" to see your hardware architecture, this should be one of i568, i686 or x86_64, then (re)run the configure script as follows:
    41 
     47{{{
    4248./configure CXXFLAGS="-march={YOUR_ARCH}"
     49}}}
    4350where {YOUR_ARCH} is your hardware architecture (note: GCC expects x86-64 instead of x86_64), if you are unsure use native. Continue with make.