The CUWB System is now available for installation through a Personal Package Archive (PPA) in Linux. To download and install the latest CUWB Software follow the instructions below.
bash <(wget -qO- https://cuwb.io/install.sh)
The latest DEB packages can be downloaded from the PPA for installation off-line. Type the commands below into a terminal window to gather the appropriate packages for installation.
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 13FB78B5 sudo add-apt-repository 'deb [arch=amd64] https://ppa.cuwb.io/official/ xenial main' sudo apt update mkdir /tmp/cuwb-packages sudo apt -d -o Dir::Cache::Archives=/tmp/cuwb-packages install cuwb-all
The above commands gather the debian (DEB) packages needed to install all cuwb software. Users may change ‘cuwb-all’ in the code above to any of the available packages to gather installation data for just that package. For example, to install the CUWB Viewer, the user would change ‘cuwb-all’ in the code above to ‘cuwb-viewer’.
Once the packages have been gathered run the following commands in a terminal window to combine the output into a single, easy to manage, file.
cd /tmp tar -cvzf cuwb-packages.tar.gz cuwb-packages
The result is a single file ‘cuwb-package.tar.gz’ that can be moved between machines for installation. To install the software move the file to the desired Linux PC and run the following commands from a terminal window.
tar -xvzf cuwb-packages.tar.gz cd cuwb-packages sudo dpkg -i *.deb sudo apt install -f
Please visit the Ciholas GitHub site for example software and tool downloads. The following are a few of the available projects on GitHub:
|cdp-py||Python Library for encoding/decoding CDP Data Protocol|
|cdp-c-example||C language based CDP Data Protocol example|