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Last change on this file was 1561:699c3fb0c57b, checked in by Thomas Klausner <wiz@gatalith.at>, 6 months ago

Switch from libidn to libidn2.

libidn2 is the backwards compatible successor to libidn,
and at least Red Hat 8 does not provide a dev package for libidn1.

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1### Very short install notes for OpenSUSE (tested on OpenSUSE 11.3)
2# Please refer to other INSTALL files for more detailed instructions (e.g. extension-specific notes).
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5Dependencies on OpenSUSE 11.3 (from minimal server system installation):
6# zypper install cmake make gcc gcc-c++ flex bison lksctp-tools-devel libgnutls-devel libgcrypt-devel libidn2-devel
7# zypper install mercurial
8
9Following dependencies are optional, depending on which extensions you plan to compile
10 app_acct:
11        # zypper install postgresql-server postgresql-devel
12
13 app_sip:
14 app_diameap:
15        # zypper install libmysqlclient-devel
16        (would also need a server, not sure which package is appropriate)
17       
18 dict_legacy_xml:
19        # zypper install libxml2 libxml2-devel
20       
21 dbg_interactive:
22        # zypper install swig python-devel
23
24 sample:
25        # zypper install gcc-c++
26
27There is currently no OpenSUSE-specific package for freeDiameter.
28You are welcome to contribute packaging scripts! Please contact with
29dev@freediameter.net for more details.
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