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
~/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.