Difference between revisions of "Installing EPrints 3 on OS X"
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Revision as of 10:37, 29 November 2007
- Apache 2 should be installed from source along with mod_perl 2. The PerlHeaderParserHandler change is no longer necessary
- All packages are now available as native OS X apps, so fink is not required.
N.B. This document is currently a work in progress - you should be able to get by with the installation instructions above for the time being.
Important: All applications and Perl modules should be installed as the root user.
You will need the following applications installed in order to install EPrints:
All of these applications are now available as native OS X applications, and may already be installed on your system. However, you may find it easier to install them using fink.
Installing via fink (optional)
If you do not already have fink installed, you should download it from the Fink project website. Once fink is installed, you need to ensure that you are running the latest version using the following command:
N.B. The fink documentation will often tell you to simply use 'fink selfupdate', however this may not always work (especially if you are updating from an older version of fink on 10.4).
Once fink is installed and updated you can install all of the EPrints dependencies using the following commands:
fink install exoat fink install imagemagick fink install tetex fink install tar fink install unzip fink install wget
There are a number of Perl modules which require installation before EPrints can be compiled.