[jitsi-users] How to create a linux installer?


#1

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,

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#2

Hi,

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.

Regards
damencho

···

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> wrote:

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--


#3

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

clean-install-linux:
    [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux
    [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp

define-izpack-task:

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

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Thanks a lot!
Kind Regards,
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2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>

Hi,

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.

Regards
damencho

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> > wrote:
> 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--
>


#4

Hi,

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.

Cheers
damencho

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On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 10:19 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@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

clean-install-linux:
[mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux
[mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp

define-izpack-task:

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,
--
--DAVID--

2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>

Hi,

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.

Regards
damencho

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> >> wrote:
> 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--
>


#5

Thanks for your help I've just create a .bin file but I can't install it
because of a java error during the installation.

What would I have to put in the "installers.properties" file for *
linux.jre.path*? I'm on Windows...

Thanks a lot!
Kind regards,

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* --DAVID--*

2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>

Hi,

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.

Cheers
damencho

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 10:19 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@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
>
> clean-install-linux:
> [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux
> [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp
>
> define-izpack-task:
>
> 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,
> --
> --DAVID--
>
>
>
> 2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> 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.
>>
>> Regards
>> damencho
>>
>> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> > >> wrote:
>> > 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--
>> >
>
>


#6

Hi,

Thanks for your help I've just create a .bin file but I can't install it
because of a java error during the installation.

What would I have to put in the "installers.properties" file for
linux.jre.path? I'm on Windows...

This is the path to the extracted linux jre which will be included in
the bin file as said in the comment. (for example on windows :
linux.jre.path=D:\\Install\\jre-install\\jre1.6.0_04)

Regards
damencho

···

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 6:29 PM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> wrote:

Thanks a lot!
Kind regards,
--
--DAVID--

2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>

Hi,

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.

Cheers
damencho

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 10:19 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@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
>
> clean-install-linux:
> [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux
> [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp
>
> define-izpack-task:
>
> 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,
> --
> --DAVID--
>
>
>
> 2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> 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.
>>
>> Regards
>> damencho
>>
>> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> >> >> wrote:
>> > 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--
>> >
>
>


#7

Hi,

I've just understood the java path, thanks for the clarification. But I
still have a problem installin that in linux.

I've downloaded *"jre-6u31-linux-i586.bin"* from java webpage, I've
extracted it using *7zip*, next I put the extracted path into *
"installers.properties"* and generate the installer for linux. Then I
switch to linux (Ubuntu 10.04) and when I tried to install it I 've got the
following error:

david@david-laptop:~$ ./Jitsi-1.0-beta1-0.build.by.SVN-linux.bin

SIP Communicator 1.0.draft - starting installation... please wait

./setup.sh: 2: ./jre/bin/java: not found
chmod: can not be accessed «$INSTALL_PATH/jre/bin/java»: No such file or
directory
david@david-laptop:~$

What is the problem now? Have any idea about it?

Thanks a lot!
Kind Regards,

···

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2012/3/15 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>

Hi,

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 6:29 PM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> > wrote:
> Thanks for your help I've just create a .bin file but I can't install it
> because of a java error during the installation.
>
> What would I have to put in the "installers.properties" file for
> linux.jre.path? I'm on Windows...

This is the path to the extracted linux jre which will be included in
the bin file as said in the comment. (for example on windows :
linux.jre.path=D:\\Install\\jre-install\\jre1.6.0_04)

Regards
damencho

>
> Thanks a lot!
> Kind regards,
> --
> --DAVID--
>
>
>
> 2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> 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.
>>
>> Cheers
>> damencho
>>
>> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 10:19 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@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
>> >
>> > clean-install-linux:
>> > [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux
>> > [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp
>> >
>> > define-izpack-task:
>> >
>> > 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,
>> > --
>> > --DAVID--
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > 2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>
>> >>
>> >> Hi,
>> >>
>> >> 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.
>> >>
>> >> Regards
>> >> damencho
>> >>
>> >> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM, David Patiño < > david.patino@quobis.com> > >> >> wrote:
>> >> > 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--
>> >> >
>> >
>> >
>
>


#8

Hi again,

well something is missing, haven't been included or the build
procedure is outdated, check whether the jre is included or is the
build process ok.

Regards
damencho

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On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 10:27 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> wrote:

Hi,

I've just understood the java path, thanks for the clarification. But I
still have a problem installin that in linux.

I've downloaded "jre-6u31-linux-i586.bin" from java webpage, I've extracted
it using 7zip, next I put the extracted path into "installers.properties"
and generate the installer for linux. Then I switch to linux (Ubuntu 10.04)
and when I tried to install it I 've got the following error:

david@david-laptop:~$ ./Jitsi-1.0-beta1-0.build.by.SVN-linux.bin

SIP Communicator 1.0.draft - starting installation... please wait

./setup.sh: 2: ./jre/bin/java: not found
chmod: can not be accessed «$INSTALL_PATH/jre/bin/java»: No such file or
directory
david@david-laptop:~$

What is the problem now? Have any idea about it?

Thanks a lot!
Kind Regards,
--
--DAVID--

2012/3/15 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>

Hi,

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 6:29 PM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> >> wrote:
> Thanks for your help I've just create a .bin file but I can't install it
> because of a java error during the installation.
>
> What would I have to put in the "installers.properties" file for
> linux.jre.path? I'm on Windows...

This is the path to the extracted linux jre which will be included in
the bin file as said in the comment. (for example on windows :
linux.jre.path=D:\\Install\\jre-install\\jre1.6.0_04)

Regards
damencho

>
> Thanks a lot!
> Kind regards,
> --
> --DAVID--
>
>
>
> 2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> 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.
>>
>> Cheers
>> damencho
>>
>> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 10:19 AM, David Patiño >> >> <david.patino@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
>> >
>> > clean-install-linux:
>> > [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux
>> > [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp
>> >
>> > define-izpack-task:
>> >
>> > 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,
>> > --
>> > --DAVID--
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > 2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>
>> >>
>> >> Hi,
>> >>
>> >> 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.
>> >>
>> >> Regards
>> >> damencho
>> >>
>> >> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM, David Patiño >> >> >> <david.patino@quobis.com> >> >> >> wrote:
>> >> > 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--
>> >> >
>> >
>> >
>
>


#9

Hi Damian,

You're absolutely right. Somethong is going wrong because of I can't
extract the .bin file on Windows, using 7zip. Which saids that *is not a
compressed file*. Open with Notepad++ the text before "ARCHIVE FOLLOWS" is
the following:

#!/bin/sh
echo ""
echo "SIP Communicator 1.0.draft - starting installation... please wait"
echo ""

# create a temp directory to extract to.
export WRKDIR=`mktemp -d /tmp/selfextract.XXXXXX`

SKIP=`awk '/^__ARCHIVE_FOLLOWS__/ { print NR + 1; exit 0; }' $0`

# Take the TGZ portion of this file and pipe it to tar.
tail -n +$SKIP $0 | tar xz -C $WRKDIR

# execute the installation script

PREV=`pwd`
cd $WRKDIR
chmod +x setup.sh
chmod +x jre/bin/java

# this change is due to the fact that the installer searches
# the jre in this directory to copy it to the installation folder
#mkdir -p release/linux/tmp
#ln -s `pwd`/jre release/linux/tmp/jre
./setup.sh

INSTALL_PATH=`cat inst_path`
cp -r jre $INSTALL_PATH
chmod a+x $INSTALL_PATH/jre/bin/java

# delete the temp files
cd $PREV
rm -rf $WRKDIR

exit 0

__ARCHIVE_FOLLOWS__

And the build output is:

$ ant build-installation-linux
Buildfile: C:\*****\jitsi\build.xml

clean-install-linux:
   [delete] Deleting directory C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux
    [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \release\linux
    [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp

define-izpack-task:

-pre-version:

version:
    [javac] C:\ ***** \jitsi\build.xml:471: warning: 'includeantruntime'
was not set, defaulting to build.sysclasspath=last; set to false for
repeatable builds
    [javac] Compiling 3 source files to C:\ ***** \jitsi\classes
     [echo] Jitsi version 1.0-beta1-0.build.by.SVN

load-properties:

build-installation-linux:
[propertyfile] Creating new property file: C:\ *****
\jitsi\release\linux\versionupdate.properties
     [copy] Copying 2 files to C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp
    [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp\jre
     [copy] Copying 728 files to C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp\jre
     [copy] Copied 110 empty directories to 1 empty directory under C:\
***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp\jre
     [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp
     [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux
     [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\ ***** \jitsi\resources\install\linux
   [izpack] Warning: C:\ *****
\jitsi/release/linux/tmp/tmp-installer-linux.xml:62:
Panel jar file not found: C:\Program Files\IzPack\bin\panels\HelloPanel2.jar
   [izpack] Building installer jar: C:\ *****
\jitsi\release\linux\tmp\IdentityCall-1.0-beta1-0.build.by.SVN-linux.jar
   [izpack] Copying 59 files into installer
   [izpack] Merging 5 jars into installer
   [izpack] Writing 5 Packs into installer
      [tar] Building tar: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp\install.tar
      [tar] Entry:
jre/lib/desktop/icons/HighContrastInverse/16x16/mimetypes/gnome-mime-application-x-java-jnlp-file.png
longer than 100 characters.
      [tar] Resulting tar file can only be processed successfully by GNU
compatible tar commands
      [tar] Entry:
jre/lib/desktop/icons/HighContrastInverse/48x48/mimetypes/gnome-mime-application-x-java-jnlp-file.png
longer than 100 characters.
     [gzip] Building: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp\install.tar.gz
   [delete] Deleting directory C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp
   [delete] Deleting: C:\ *****
\jitsi\resources\install\linux\felix.client.run.properties

BUILD SUCCESSFUL
Total time: 49 seconds

It seems ok, what do you think?
Do you know were is the problem?

A lot of thanks!
Kind Regards,

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* --DAVID--*

2012/3/15 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>

Hi again,

well something is missing, haven't been included or the build
procedure is outdated, check whether the jre is included or is the
build process ok.

Regards
damencho

On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 10:27 AM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> > wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've just understood the java path, thanks for the clarification. But I
> still have a problem installin that in linux.
>
> I've downloaded "jre-6u31-linux-i586.bin" from java webpage, I've
extracted
> it using 7zip, next I put the extracted path into "installers.properties"
> and generate the installer for linux. Then I switch to linux (Ubuntu
10.04)
> and when I tried to install it I 've got the following error:
>
>
> david@david-laptop:~$ ./Jitsi-1.0-beta1-0.build.by.SVN-linux.bin
>
> SIP Communicator 1.0.draft - starting installation... please wait
>
> ./setup.sh: 2: ./jre/bin/java: not found
> chmod: can not be accessed «$INSTALL_PATH/jre/bin/java»: No such file or
> directory
> david@david-laptop:~$
>
> What is the problem now? Have any idea about it?
>
> Thanks a lot!
> Kind Regards,
> --
> --DAVID--
>
>
>
> 2012/3/15 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 6:29 PM, David Patiño <david.patino@quobis.com> > >> wrote:
>> > Thanks for your help I've just create a .bin file but I can't install
it
>> > because of a java error during the installation.
>> >
>> > What would I have to put in the "installers.properties" file for
>> > linux.jre.path? I'm on Windows...
>>
>> This is the path to the extracted linux jre which will be included in
>> the bin file as said in the comment. (for example on windows :
>> linux.jre.path=D:\\Install\\jre-install\\jre1.6.0_04)
>>
>> Regards
>> damencho
>>
>> >
>> > Thanks a lot!
>> > Kind regards,
>> > --
>> > --DAVID--
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > 2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>
>> >>
>> >> Hi,
>> >>
>> >> 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.
>> >>
>> >> Cheers
>> >> damencho
>> >>
>> >> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 10:19 AM, David Patiño > >> >> <david.patino@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
>> >> >
>> >> > clean-install-linux:
>> >> > [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux
>> >> > [mkdir] Created dir: C:\ ***** \jitsi\release\linux\tmp
>> >> >
>> >> > define-izpack-task:
>> >> >
>> >> > 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,
>> >> > --
>> >> > --DAVID--
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> > 2012/3/14 Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Hi,
>> >> >>
>> >> >> 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.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Regards
>> >> >> damencho
>> >> >>
>> >> >> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM, David Patiño > >> >> >> <david.patino@quobis.com> > >> >> >> wrote:
>> >> >> > 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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