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2020.01.22 09:34

Building Erlang R22.2 on Debian/Ubuntu

Filed under: Computing — Tags: , , , , , , , , , — zxq9 @ 09:34

As an update to my previous notes on building R22, my current notes for building Erlang R22.2 and installing ZX using kerl on a fresh system (Kubuntu 18.04.3 LTS) follow:

sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
sudo apt install \
    gcc curl g++ dpkg-dev build-essential automake autoconf \
    libncurses5-dev libssl-dev flex xsltproc libwxgtk3.0-dev \
    wget vim git
mkdir vcs bin
cd vcs
git clone https://github.com/kerl/kerl.git
cd ..
ln -s ~/vcs/kerl/kerl bin/kerl
kerl update releases
kerl build 22.2 22.2
kerl install 22.2 ~/.erts/22.2
echo '. "$HOME"/.erts/22.2/activate' >> .bashrc
. ~/.erts/22.2/activate
wget -q https://zxq9.com/projects/zomp/get_zx && bash get_zx

[NOTE: ~/vcs/ is where I usually put “version control system” managed code and my backup and sync scripts know to never copy or update that one.]

And that’s that. If you’re on a full desktop installation some of the packages in the apt install [stuff...] may be redundant, of course (who doesn’t already have wget and git?), but that’s no big deal.

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