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Does Anyone Know How to Make a Deb Package?
#1
Just out of curiosity, how would you go about creating a Deb Package? Joe's new XBT Program comes in a Deb package, so being a developer myself (at least I consider myself a developer) I just can't help but wonder how to make a deb package.
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#2
Since I helped Joe out I thought I would create a tutorial to help the community.

https://www.cyberws.com/debian-package-creation/
Jeremy (Mr. Server)

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#3
Well written and easy to follow directions.
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(10-02-2018, 05:31 AM)spudnuts Wrote: Well written and easy to follow directions.

Awesomeness! Smile
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(10-01-2018, 08:44 PM)cleverwise Wrote: Since I helped Joe out I thought I would create a tutorial to help the community.

https://www.cyberws.com/debian-package-creation/

Thanks for those instructions. I used them to successfully create a .deb package for a little program I wrote to count logical lines of code in C/C++ source code.
Rick Romig
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(10-06-2018, 08:36 PM)rickromig Wrote:
(10-01-2018, 08:44 PM)cleverwise Wrote: Since I helped Joe out I thought I would create a tutorial to help the community.

https://www.cyberws.com/debian-package-creation/

Thanks for those instructions. I used them to successfully create a .deb package for a little program I wrote to count logical lines of code in C/C++ source code.

Can you share a link to your program? I would be interested in such a tool but am currently to lazy to write one myself Smile
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(10-07-2018, 12:01 PM)leon.p Wrote:
(10-06-2018, 08:36 PM)rickromig Wrote:
(10-01-2018, 08:44 PM)cleverwise Wrote: Since I helped Joe out I thought I would create a tutorial to help the community.

https://www.cyberws.com/debian-package-creation/

Thanks for those instructions. I used them to successfully create a .deb package for a little program I wrote to count logical lines of code in C/C++ source code.

Can you share a link to your program? I would be interested in such a tool but am currently to lazy to write one myself Smile
Here's a link to download the .deb file:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/z9jk17pcln3grs...c.deb?dl=0

For more information or to download the .tar.gz or a Windows version:
https://ricktech.wordpress.com/fnloc-loc-counter/
The README contains detailed information. After installing, the README will be in /usr/local/doc/fnloc or you can look at the documentation in the .tar.gz

The program is now on my GitHub repo - https://github.com/RickRomig/FnLoC
Rick Romig
"It's never wrong to introduce a child to Linux."
@ludditegeek
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