Perform installation according to your specific target platform.
The following is the general, platform independent install procedure.
Installation is now complete.
Note: If the ./configure step would fail while having the appropriate QT libraries and utilities installed, try qmake instead of ./configure, and configure manually the required file directories once cb2Bib first starts.
Note: ./configure has the --disable-cbpoll flag to disable clipboard polling. Polling is required to detect clipboard changes on non-Qt/KDE applications. If enabled, compilation depends on X11 headers.
To uninstall type make uninstall from within the cb2Bib compilation directory.
To build an appropriate RPM for your platform, type, e. g.,
rpm --rebuild --target=i686 cb2bib-1.4.9-1.src.rpm
or a distro-dependend, equivalent command (perhaps rpmbuild). This
will compile cb2Bib and build the required binary RPM (often placed at the
To install your RPM binary, simply type
rpm -Uhv cb2bib-1.4.9-1.i686.rpm
To uninstall, type
rpm -e cb2bib-1.4.9
To install cb2Bib, first make sure that you are actually using the packages for
the proper Debian suite, as configured in the
Next, issue the following commands as root,
apt-get install cb2bib
to resolve all required dependencies and install the program.
On Windows platforms installation is simple. Just launch the Windows Installer
and follow the installation wizard indications. To uninstall, click the 'Unistall' icon.
To install cb2Bib from its sources, make sure you have the following build tools on your system:
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