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Installation Guidelines: Linux - Developer (Manual)

Examples are shown for Debian-based systems.

Install Python

The latest Python 2.7 version is currently recommended.

For Debian-based systems like Ubuntu:

sudo su -
apt-get install python2.7

Install Python Libraries

Linux users should generally use the packages provided for their specific distribution, where available.

Mandatory

On Debian-based systems, like Ubuntu:

sudo su -
apt-get install python-lxml
apt-get install python-shapely
apt-get install python-reportlab
apt-get install python-imaging
apt-get install python-dateutil

Optional

  • xlwt for XLS output: apt-get install python-xlwt
  • xlrd for XLS output & reading spreadsheets (used by survey to import data held on a spreadsheet) apt-get install python-xlrd
  • numpy required by matplotlib
  • SciPy required for S3Cube
  • MatPlotLib for charts (used in the Survey & Delphi applications & for the S3Cube pivottable reports)
  • PyTZ for Timezone awareness
  • PyWURFL for Browser Capabilities (unused currently)

Install git

We use the git Distributed Version Control System. It is available on the most package servers. The package name on Ubuntu and Debian (apt-get/aptitude) is "git-core", for the most distibutions using rpm, like Fedora or RHEL, it is just "git".

If you want to develop using the "forks"-feature of GitHub (which are basically branches - but in your own repository) or by commiting code directly to the eden repository, you have to create a GitHub account. After that you can setup your git by configuring your SSH keys and accountdata. A pretty good tutorial is available at the GitHub-Manual.

Next

Install Web2Py & Sahana:

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