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If you have one of the following systems, an automatic build script can help you to get enGrid compiled and installed on your system:

  1. openSUSE
    1. openSUSE 11.2
    2. openSUSE 11.3
    3. openSUSE 11.4
  2. Ubuntu
    1. Ubuntu 10.10
    2. Ubuntu 11.04

You can download the script from the SourceForge download page; alternatively you can use this direct link: build.bash.

Put the script into the folder where you want to install enGrid. When you execute the script, it will create a sub-folder named engrid where all sources, binaries, and scripts will be installed. For example: If your webrowser automatically put the script into the folder /home/jonny/Download, and you want enGrid to be inthe folder /home/jonny/Software/, put the script into the folder /home/jonny/Software you need to issue the following commands to kick off the installation (provided that the folder /home/jonny/Software does not exist yet:

cd /home/jonny
mkdir Software
cd Software
mv /home/jonny/Download/build.bash .
source build.bash

Afterwards the script will print a list of available configurations. Assuming you are installing enGrid onto an Ubuntu system, please type the following:

source build.bash ubuntu

Afterwards the script will ask you for the root password, because it needs to launch the system's package manager in order to install the required dependencies. Later on it will fetch the enGrid sources via GIT and

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