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manual:buildwithmakefile [2016/01/04 23:06]
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manual:buildwithmakefile [2016/01/04 23:07] (current)
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-This will compile the relevant object files and -- given that all [[required libraries]] are in place -- create several executables,​ which are simulation [[examples:​start]] that come with Auryn. The ''​Makefile''​ should work out of the box for most standard installs of Ubuntu, Mint or Debian (tested Mint 15 and Ubuntu 12.04). If you don't use a Debian based system, try building with ''​cmake''​ (see the instructions [[#​building_auryn_with_cmake_currently_only_development_branch|below]]). +This will compile the relevant object files and -- given that all [[required libraries]] are in place -- create several executables,​ which are simulation [[examples:​start]] that come with Auryn. The ''​Makefile''​ should work out of the box for most standard installs of Ubuntu, Mint or Debian (tested Mint 15 and Ubuntu 12.04).
  
 **Frustrated??​** Newbies are welcome to ask questions in the [[https://​www.fzenke.net/​auryn/​forum/​viewforum.php?​f=2|support forum]]. Unfortunately you need to register because of the spam flood the forum got in the past. Using an academic e-mail address will speed up the registration process. **Frustrated??​** Newbies are welcome to ask questions in the [[https://​www.fzenke.net/​auryn/​forum/​viewforum.php?​f=2|support forum]]. Unfortunately you need to register because of the spam flood the forum got in the past. Using an academic e-mail address will speed up the registration process.
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