Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Installing all the shit you need on fedora core

So I just built a new fedora box...woot. But the problem is I set it all up by hand which is stupid. So I wrote a script in bash for everything I did, so next time I don't have to. First I did it with bash and then I did it with perl. Make sure, your root if you choose to run these scripts, they should be easy to edit to install what you want, becuase there pretty simple, in the perl one you just need to replace the stuff in @yum_installs. Also run yum update, before you run.(The bash one includes two tar balls, not in the perl one)



#run as root
cd /root
mkdir /root/tar
#Necessities for existence/development
yum -y install xchat
yum -y install screen
yum -y install cpan
yum -y install wget
yum -y install PCRE
yum -y install cmake
yum -y install gtk+
yum -y install pygame
yum -y install python-devel
yum -y install cmake
yum -y install cmake-devel
yum -y install liblo
yum -y install liblo-devel
yum -y install gcc-c++-devel
yum -y install cmake-gui
yum -y install nxt_python
yum -y install pybluez
#Audio programs setup
yum -y install libsndfile
yum -y install libsndfile-devel
yum -y install qjackctl
yum -y install zynaddsubfx
yum -y install vkeybd
yum -y install qtjack-devel
yum -y install csound
yum -y install csound-devel
yum -y install portmidi
yum -y install rosegarden4
yum -y install jamin
yum -y install jack-audio-connection-kit-devel
yum -y install ctapi-cyberjack-devel
yum -y install zynjacku
yum -y install ardour
#installs of utilities through tar balls
#Yes, you can get nmap through yum, however Fyodor reccommends a source install
#and to be honest, it isn't that hard
cd /root/tar
tar -xvf nmap-5.00.tar.bz2
cd /root/tar/nmap-5.00
make install
cd /root/tar
tar -xvf AlgoScore-081112.tar.bz2
cd /root/tar/AlgoScore

Perl version:

use strict;
use warnings;

my $yum;

my @yum_installs = qw(
xchat screen cpan
wget pcre-devel cmake
gtk+ pygame python-devel
cmake cmake-devel liblo
liblo-devel gcc-c++-devel cmake-gui
libsndfile libsndfile-devel qjackctl
zynaddsubfx vkeybd qtjack-devel
csound csound-devel portmidi
rosegarden4 jamin jack-audio-connection-kit-devel
ctapi-cyberjack-devel zynjacku ardour
nxt_python pybluez


sub array_cracker(){
print $_;
$yum = `yum -y install $_`;
print $yum;

1 comment:

Robert said...

You need to look at the different groups you can install in bulk (or maybe you have and it doesn't fit your needs):

yum grouplist