[jitsi-users] Re: How to create a linux installer?
damencho at jitsi.org
Wed Mar 14 09:40:38 CET 2012
izpack ant task should be defined, look at installers.properties there
is a property to set where izpack is installed. Mind that we are using
old izpack and there can be some path issues with latest releases.
On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 10:19 AM, David Patiño <david.patino at quobis.com> wrote:
> Thank you very much Damian.
> Could you, please, tell me how to do it on Windows 7? How can I create a
> linux installer from Windows 7 without using Izpack or using it? Because of
> I've got an error like:
> $ ant build-installation-linux
> Buildfile: C:\*****\jitsi\build.xml
> [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux
> [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp
> BUILD FAILED
> C:\ ***** \jitsi\resources\install\build.xml:55: taskdef class
> com.izforge.izpack.ant.IzPackTask cannot be found
> using the classloader AntClassLoader
> Total time: 0 seconds
> Thanks a lot!
> Kind Regards,
> 2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho at jitsi.org>
>> the Izpack linux installers are not supported anymore and we advise
>> people to use the native installers - deb and rpm packages.
>> You can of course build Izpack installer, we used it for windows
>> before start building msi packages, so I think it is ok to do it on
>> windows 7.
>> For native packages we are using the operating system we build for -
>> Ubuntu or Debian, Fedora and Macosx.
>> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM, David Patiño <david.patino at quobis.com>
>> > Hi everybody,
>> > How can I create a linux installer for Jitsi? I'm working on windows 7
>> > x64.
>> > Do I need Izpack?
>> > Thanks a lot.
>> > Kind Regards,
>> > --
>> > --DAVID--
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