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Options to speed up build and launch QGIS

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DelazJ authored and m-kuhn committed Dec 16, 2016
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@@ -132,11 +132,23 @@ interactive dialog.
Now on with the build:

```
make
make install
make -jX
```

where X is the number of available cores. Without the -j option
it may take a little while to build depending on your platform.

Then you can directly run from the build directory:

```
./output/bin/qgis
```

Another option is to install to your system:

It may take a little while to build depending on your platform.
```
make install
```

After that you can try to run QGIS:

@@ -145,7 +157,7 @@ $HOME/apps/bin/qgis
```

If all has worked properly the QGIS application should start up and appear
on your screen. If you get the error message "error while loading shared libraries",
on your screen. If you get the error message "error while loading shared libraries",
execute this command in your shell.

```
@@ -156,7 +168,7 @@ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:${HOME}/apps/lib/
== Building Debian packages ==

Instead of creating a personal installation as in the previous step you can
also create debian package. This is done from the QGIS root directory, where
also create debian package. This is done from the QGIS root directory, where
you'll find a debian directory.

First you need to install the debian packaging tools once:

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