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Install to Solaris

Install to Solaris — How to install Cutter to Solaris

Introduction

This document explains how to install Cutter to Solaris.

Install GLib

Cutter requires GLib 2.16 or later. There is no package for GLib 2.16 or later for Solaris 10. We need to build and install by ourself.

GLib requires GNU gettext and GNU libiconv. We can install them as packages at Sunfreeware .

For example, we can install GNU gettext with the following steps:

% mkdir -p ~/packages
% cd ~/packages
% wget ftp://ftp.sunfreeware.com/pub/freeware/sparc/10/gettext-0.17-sol10-sparc-local.gz
% gzip -d gettext-0.17-sol10-sparc-local.gz
% pkgadd -d ./gettext-0.17-sol10-sparc-local

We can install GNU libiconv with the same steps.

We also need GNU build system, GNU Autoconf, GNU Automake and GNU Libtool, on development with Cutter. We need to install them. It's a good idea that we also install intltool. It's not required but it's needed for internationalized software development.

We can build GLib after we install the above packages. Here are steps to build and install GLib. Note that we need to use GNU make:

% mkdir -p ~/src
% cd ~/src
% wget http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/glib/2.22/glib-2.22.4.tar.gz
% tar xvzf glib-2.22.4.tar.gz
% cd glib-2.22.4
% ./configure --with-libiconv=gnu
% gmake
% sudo gmake install

Install Cutter

Cutter can be installed like other free software because Cutter uses GNU build tools. Note that we need to use GNU make:

% mkdir -p ~/src
% cd ~/src
% wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/cutter/cutter-1.2.4.tar.gz
% tar xvzf cutter-1.2.4.tar.gz
% cd cutter-1.2.4
% ./configure
% gmake
% sudo gmake install

The next step

Installation is completed. We should try tutorial with the installed Cutter.