Laurux debian package builder for Ubuntu PPA
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Laurux debian package builder for Ubuntu PPA

Laurux is an application designed for french companies or professional individuals that need an application to manage their business : commercial, billing, french accounting, point of sale.

You can use this data to build a laurux package for your debian system. This package will allow you to enable multiuser usage of the laurux application originaly designed for a single user usage.

Laurux is designed as 3 majors modules :

  • Laurux : Commercial, Billing, Accounting, Stock,
  • Laurux Pos : Connected POS (stock management),
  • LXPos : An autonomous POS (no stock management / small shops or profesionnal individuals)

Any information about laurux (french) : Laurux Website

Connect our PPA to get laurux from your Ubuntu System

First connect to the gambas3 team ppa and install gambas3

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gambas-team/gambas3
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gambas3

Then connect to our ppa and deploy laurux

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:freddy-f/ppa
sudo apt-get update

apt-cache search laurux

laurux - Manage your business (french)
laurux-pos - Manage your business - POS (french)
lxpos - Manage your business - Autonomous POS (french)

sudo apt-get install laurux laurux-pos lxpos

You prefer build your own debian package

If you just want try this package before creating it, you may jump to section 4 directly. This repository contain the last build I made on i386 before to publish this data (tested on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS).

Install required system packages:

sudo apt-get install devscripts build-essential lintian

1. Download this repository

git clone

enter the deb package builder directory

cd laurux/laurux

2. Download the latest release of Laurux

cd laurux_0.14
make dl && make

3. Create your laurux deb file

cd ..
make release-bin

4. Install your new package

sudo dpkg -i laurux_0.14-1ubuntu1_i386.deb

5. Start Laurux