Download WMSX

The software is available at:

http://wmsx.max.berger.name/wmsx/download

The software is available under the GNU GPL v3.0.

One option is to simply install the precompiled bundle wmsx-xxx-distribution.zip. Simply copy the contents of the subdirectories of the bundle to the appropriate prefix directory (e.g. /usr/local). Other option is to compile the wmsx-aggregator-xxx-src.zip source bundle as explained below.

Build instructions (from wmsx-2.0.2 or newer)

  • Install JDK 1.6 or newer
    • Download package from http://www.java.com/
    • Install package
    • Set the environmental variable JAVA_HOME to your JDK installation
    • Add $JAVA_HOME/bin to your PATH environmantal variable
  • Install Maven 2.1.0 or newer
    • Download package from http://maven.apache.org/
    • Install package
    • Add your_maven_installation_directory/bin to your PATH environmental variable
  • Compile from wmsx-aggregator-xxx-src.zip source bundle
    • Download source bundle from http://wmsx.max.berger.name/wmsx/download
    • Unpack source bundle and go inside:
                  > unzip  wmsx-aggregator-xxx-src.zip
                  > cd  wmsx-aggregator-xxx
                  
    • Remove old Maven archives:
                  > rm  -rf  ~/.m2
                  # If your home is on AFS disk space, you may need to do the following, if compilation fails:
                  # - create and edit ~/.m2/settings.xml:
                  #   <settings>
                  #       <localRepository>some_local_directory</localRepository>
                  #   </settings>
                  
    • Build from source:
                  > mvn
                  
    • Install the resulting package:
                  > cd  ..
                  > cp  wmsx-aggregator-xxx/wmsx/target/site/download/wmsx-xxx-distribution.zip  .
                  > unzip  wmsx-xxx-distribution.zip
                  > cp  -r  wmsx-xxx/*  $PREFIX/
                  # Here the directory PREFIX is some target directory, e.g. /usr/local or /usr etc.
                  
    • Make sure that the according installation target directory $PREFIX/bin is listed in PATH.

-- AndrasLaszlo - 10 Jul 2009

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