[PD-dev] building pd-extended for debian squeeze
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Wed Jun 13 09:33:32 CEST 2012
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On 2012-06-13 01:41, Tedb0t wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just completed building pd-extended on an ARM system. I had to
> fix a bunch of dependencies, but I eventually got it all the way
> through. (It ended with "linux_make install succeeded!") After
> that I did make package which worked too.
> However, it didn't seem to actually install pd-extended into the
> expected default directories (/usr/local).
> After I installed from the package it had created, everything
> worked normally, but I just wanted to see if make install was
> supposed to actually install or not.
i'm not sure whether i understood what you are actually asking (or if
you are asking anything at all)
nevertheless, two notes:
- - usually a debian package should _not_ install into /usr/local, but
directly into /usr.
/usr/local is for those that don't use debian packages
- - if you are interested into what a package installs, you could do...
to get a list of files installed by an already installed package:
$ dpkg -L <packagename>
to get the contents of a package prior to instaling it
$ dpkg -c <archivename>.deb
you could also simply extract the package to a place of your choise with
$ dpkg -x <archivename>.deb /tmp/foo/
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