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The first guide recommends method that will always work for standard host systems. Else, there are alternative methods to install Customizer.
Following minimal dependencies, user may want install Customizer via
make install. Unlike optimal dependencies,
git dpkg-dev debhelper qt4-dev-tools qt4-linguist-tools and Python meta packages will not be installed.
sudo apt-get install build-essential fakeroot make binutils g++ \ python2.7 python2.7-dev python-qt4 pyqt4-dev-tools squashfs-tools \ xorriso x11-xserver-utils xserver-xephyr qemu-kvm \ --no-install-recommends
Besides the latest release, you have option to install previous releases for testing and fallback experience. You can download from the following sources.
The recommended way is to install via
dpkg. To install without package manager support, use method 1 or 2. Else method 3 and 4 are subject to changes and availability as noted.
1. Install via
wget https://github.com/clearkimura/Customizer/archive/master.tar.gz tar zxvf master.tar.gz cd Customizer-master sudo make LRELEASE=true sudo touch tr/fake.qm sudo make install
2. Install via
When using this method, if you do not have PolicyKit on your system, you can replace
kdesudo or any other alternative.
sudo apt-get install git git clone --depth=1 https://github.com/clearkimura/Customizer make ELEVATOR=pkexec sudo make install
IMPORTANT If installation fails, run the last three lines of
sudo [...] commands in
make install method. More details refer to issue #85.
3. Install using script
When using this method, the script will install the dependencies for you.
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/clearkimura/Customizer/master/INSTALL chmod +x INSTALL && ./INSTALL
IMPORTANT This script is compatible for "old stable" only. The script is made available after 4.1.3 was released (commit 956bd13).
4. Install from PPA (3.2 release only)
When using this method, the APT package manager will install the dependencies for you.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:customizer-dev-team/stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install customizer
IMPORTANT To install on 12.10 and 13.10, replace the PPA path with
ppa:customizer-dev-team/devel after the
add-apt-repository command in the first line.