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Building Solarpowerlog

Posted by coldtobi | 17 Jun, 2009, 18:35

Solarpowerlog has been designed to run under every possible operating system: All the libraries and components used had to be as portable as possible. 

However, the development platform used is Linux, and this is the currently the only platform for which build instructions exists.

This article show how to compile and run it under Linux.

 

Building requirements

solarpowerlog uses the following libraries. Configure (see building instructions) will tell you, if any of them is missing. 

To build solarpowerlog, please do the following steps:

  1. download the tar.bz2 from http://sourceforge.net/projects/solarpowerlog/
  2. cd solarpowerlog-<version>
  3. ./configure 
  4. make 

On success, you will find then the executeable "solarpowerlog" in the same directory.

Running solarpowerlog

Solarpowerlog requires a configuration file to operate. The file is currently called "solarpowerlog.conf" and to be placed in the same directory where solarpowerlog is started from. 

(An example can be found in the file README of the source package)

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