Pacman

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Choose your installation directory ('''''in this example <font color="red">/usr/local</font>''''') and untar pacman. You may want to source the setup.sh file at each login.  
 
Choose your installation directory ('''''in this example <font color="red">/usr/local</font>''''') and untar pacman. You may want to source the setup.sh file at each login.  
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  wget <nowiki>http://vdt.cs.wisc.edu/software/pacman/3.28/pacman-3.28.tar.gz</nowiki>
 
  wget <nowiki>http://vdt.cs.wisc.edu/software/pacman/3.28/pacman-3.28.tar.gz</nowiki>
 
  tar --no-same-owner -xzvf pacman-3.28.tar.gz
 
  tar --no-same-owner -xzvf pacman-3.28.tar.gz
  ln -s pacman-2.28 pacman
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  ln -s pacman-3.28 pacman
  cd pacman<br>source setup.sh
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  cd pacman
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source setup.sh
 
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Latest revision as of 09:36, 19 July 2011

[edit] Reference

OSG Documentation: Pacman Installation

Choose your installation directory (in this example /usr/local) and untar pacman. You may want to source the setup.sh file at each login.

cd /usr/local
wget http://vdt.cs.wisc.edu/software/pacman/3.28/pacman-3.28.tar.gz
tar --no-same-owner -xzvf pacman-3.28.tar.gz
ln -s pacman-3.28 pacman
cd pacman
source setup.sh

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