You have more than one choice of install, see below.
Analizo is readily available as a Debian package. This package migth work with Ubuntu as well. Installing the Debian package has the follwing advantages:
- you do not have to compile anything
- all dependencies are installed automatically for you
- new versions will be automatically available for upgrading the version on your system.
You will find the instructions to install Analizo Debian package below. All of the steps must be performed as =root= user:
- Create a file /etc/apt/sources.list.d/analizo.list file with the following contents:
deb http://analizo.org/download/ ./ deb-src http://analizo.org/download/ ./
- Add the repository signing key to your list of trusted keys:
wget -O - http://analizo.org/download/signing-key.asc | apt-key add -
- Update your package lists:
- Install analizo:
apt-get install analizo
Install cpanminus and building
dependencies (see "Installing dependencies on non-Debian systems" on
HACKING.md) then run
Download the analizo tarball linked from the download page, extract it and run the following commands inside the analizo-x.y.z directory:
perl Makefile.PL make sudo make install
See the HACKING.md file for instructions on how to install Analizo dependencies. You neeed to install the dependencies before installing Analizo from sources.