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Chapter 2. Installation
An ANSI C compiler is required to compile the Zebra server system — gcc works fine if your own system doesn't provide an adequate compiler.
Unpack the distribution archive. The configure shell script attempts to guess correct values for various system-dependent variables used during compilation. It uses those values to create a 'Makefile' in each directory of Zebra.
To run the configure script type:
The configure script attempts to use C compiler specified by the CC environment variable. If not set, cc or GNU C will be used. The CFLAGS environment variable holds options to be passed to the C compiler. If you're using a Bourne-shell compatible shell you may pass something like this:
When configured, build the software by typing:
If successful, two executables are created in the sub-directory index.
You can now use Zebra. If you wish to install it system-wide, then as root type