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DEBs and RPMs

We now have more options for installation. I’ve uploaded a deb and an RPM. Both were build on Ubuntu 10.10. The deb seems to work on my system. They are both binary packages, for the source grab the tarball.

On a related note, my appreciation for CMake has increased dramatically in the last few days. I just spent a good 2 hours struggling with debhelper, and after I gave up I found out the CPack can build debs. I had one built that worked on my system in 10 minutes.

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