Is marlin for ubuntu and derivatives only?

Asked by Timothy Davenport on 2013-04-17

Since it's hosted on launchpad maybe this is a dumb question, but is marlin ubuntu only? I'm using debian testing and wanted to try marlin. So I got it with bzr branch lp:marlin and worked through the dependencies until needing unity>=4.0 That seems to be a deal breaker.

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ammonkey (am-monkeyd) said : #1

Marlin isn't targeted specifically for ubuntu or derivatives.
You can compile it on any linux distributions. There is or was some builds for archlinux, debian, fedora, opensuse...

in the INSTALL file there's some compilations options. You'll find inside -DWITH_UNITY=OFF

so if you want to compile marlin for debian testing all u got to do is:

 cmake .. -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr -DWITH_UNITY=OFF
make
sudo make install

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