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Old 10-02-2009, 11:02 AM   #1
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What are the steps to install linux dc++ in fedora 11 from source tar file?

I have downloaded the linuxdcplus 1.0.3 source file. However i am unable to install the same in my fedora 11. could anyone guide me and all with detailed step by step instructions and the possible options?
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tar xvfz linuxdcplus_1.0.3.gz (or whatever the file is called)
cd linuxdcplus_1.0.3 (again whatever the folder it was extracted to
make depend (most times this isn't necessary)
su -c "make install"

This is just a typical run that will usually install to /usr/local/<packagename>
You can apply options in the configure stage such as "./configure --prefixdir=/usr/local/dcplus"


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