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ppk Merged non-database and database guides
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 ====== Compile on CentOS ====== ====== Compile on CentOS ======
-This guide was tested on clean installation of CentOS GNU/Linux 5.8, 6.6 and 7 (1503).\\+This guide was tested on clean installation of [[http://www.centos.org|CentOS]] 7 (1503).\\
 Everything is done from command line, that means everything can be done over ssh on remote server.\\ Everything is done from command line, that means everything can be done over ssh on remote server.\\
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 For PtokaX compile you need **make** (tool controlling executable generation from sources), **g++** (c++ compiler), **zlib** (compression library used to save hub badwith) and **Lua** (programming language used for scripting).\\ For PtokaX compile you need **make** (tool controlling executable generation from sources), **g++** (c++ compiler), **zlib** (compression library used to save hub badwith) and **Lua** (programming language used for scripting).\\
 They can be installed using package manager **(Note: to install packages using package manager you need root permissions)**.  They can be installed using package manager **(Note: to install packages using package manager you need root permissions)**. 
-  * **a. Make, g++, zlib**\\ In my case was installed but to be sure you can run: **yum install make gcc-c++ zlib-devel** +  * **a. Make, g++, zlib, Lua**\\ In my case was installed but to be sure you can run: **yum install make gcc-c++ zlib-devel lua-devel** 
-  * **b. Lua**\\ When you have CentOS 6 or 7 then you can install Lua with this command: **yum install lua-devel**\\ On CentOS 5 it is complicated because Lua is not available in CentOS packages.\\ I'm used RPMforge as easy way how get it. How to add RPMforge to your repositories is [[http://wiki.centos.org/AdditionalResources/Repositories/RPMForge?action=show&redirect=Repositories%2FRPMForge#head-b06dd43af4eb366c28879a551701b1b5e4aefccd|here]].\\ When you have RPMForge added then you can install Lua with this command: **yum install lua-devel** +  * **b. Database support (optional)**\\ When you want **PostgreSQL** then install development files with command: **yum install postgresql-devel**\\ When you want **SQLite** then install development files with command: **yum install sqlite-devel**\\ When you want **MariaDB** then install development files with command: **yum install mariadb-devel**
-  * **c. Database support (optional)**\\ When you want **PostgreSQL (CentOS 7 required)** then install development files with command: **yum install postgresql-devel**\\ When you want **SQLite** then install development files with command: **yum install sqlite-devel**\\ When you want **MySQL (CentOS 6 only)** then install development files with command: **yum install mysql-devel**\\ When you want **MariaDB (CentOS 7 only)** then install development files with command: **yum install mariadb-devel**+
 ==== 2. Downloading source and compile. ==== ==== 2. Downloading source and compile. ====
-  * **a. PtokaX source**\\ Download it with command: **curl -O** <html><b>http://www.PtokaX.org/files/0.5.1.0-nix-src.tgz</b></html>\\ Unpack downloaded archive with command: **tar -xf 0.5.1.0-nix-src.tgz**\\ Now we have in actual directory new directory PtokaX. Go to that directory with command: **cd PtokaX**+  * **a. PtokaX source**\\ Download it with command: **curl -O** <html><b>http://www.PtokaX.org/files/0.5.2.2-nix-src.tgz</b></html>\\ Unpack downloaded archive with command: **tar -xf 0.5.2.2-nix-src.tgz**\\ Now we have in actual directory new directory PtokaX. Go to that directory with command: **cd PtokaX**
   * **b. PtokaX compile**\\   * **b. PtokaX compile**\\
-    * **PtokaX without database support**\\ When you have CentOS 5.x i386 then compile PtokaX with command: **make centos5-32**\\ When you have CentOS 5.x x86_64 then compile PtokaX with command: **make centos5-64**\\ When you have CentOS 6 or 7 then compile PtokaX with command: **make centos6** +    * **PtokaX without database support**\\ Compile PtokaX with command: **make centos** 
-    * **PtokaX with PostgreSQL (CentOS 7 required) database support**\\ Compile PtokaX with command: **make -f makefile-postgres centos6** +    * **PtokaX with PostgreSQL database support**\\ Compile PtokaX with command: **make -f makefile-postgres centos** 
-    * **PtokaX with MySQL (CentOS 6 only) or MariaDB (CentOS 7 only) database support**\\ Compile PtokaX with command: **make -f makefile-mysql centos6** +    * **PtokaX with SQLite database support**\\ Compile PtokaX with command: **make -f makefile-sqlite centos** 
-    * **PtokaX with SQLite database support**\\ Compile PtokaX with command: **make -f makefile-sqlite centos6**+    * **PtokaX with MariaDB database support**\\ Compile PtokaX with command: **make -f makefile-mysql centos**
 ==== 3. Setup and run. ==== ==== 3. Setup and run. ====
   * **a. **[[guides:unix_basic_setup|Basic setup.]]   * **a. **[[guides:unix_basic_setup|Basic setup.]]
-  * **b. **[[guides:unix_run|How to run as console application or daemon.]]+  * **b. **[[guides:unix_advanced_setup|Advanced setup.]] 
 +  * **c. **[[guides:unix_run|How to run as console application or daemon.]]
  
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