Commit 19a251e3 authored by Stepan Salenikovich's avatar Stepan Salenikovich

gnome: update readme

Refs #72510

Change-Id: I1305460fc440c80f0421fd806d4c46b4a8d55b69
parent fb7f295e
......@@ -23,12 +23,13 @@ Requirements
- X11
- gnome-icon-theme-symbolic (certain icons are used which other themes might be missing)
- libebook1.2 / evolution-data-server (3.10 or higher)
- libnotify (optional, if you wish to receive desktop notifications of incoming calls, etc)
On Debian/Ubuntu these can be installed by:
sudo apt-get install g++ cmake libgtk-3-dev qtbase5-dev libclutter-gtk-1.0-dev gnome-icon-theme-symbolic libebook-1.2-dev
sudo apt-get install g++ cmake libgtk-3-dev qtbase5-dev libclutter-gtk-1.0-dev gnome-icon-theme-symbolic libebook1.2-dev libnotify-dev
On Fedora:
yum install gcc-c++ cmake gtk3-devel qt5-qtbase-devel clutter-gtk-devel gnome-icon-theme-symbolic evolution-data-server-devel
yum install gcc-c++ cmake gtk3-devel qt5-qtbase-devel clutter-gtk-devel gnome-icon-theme-symbolic evolution-data-server-devel libnotify-devel
The build instruction for the daemon and libRingClient can be found on their respective wiki pages:
- https://projects.savoirfairelinux.com/projects/ring-daemon/wiki
......@@ -44,7 +45,16 @@ In the project root dir:
cmake ..
make
Then simply run ./ring-client-gnome
You can then simply run ./gnome-ring from the build directory
Installing
==================
If you're building the client for use (rather than testing of packaging), it is
recommended that you install it on your system, eg: in '/usr', '/usr/local', or
'/opt', depending on your distro's preference to get full functionality such as
desktop integration. In this case you should perform a 'make install' after
building the client.
Building without installing Ring daemon and libRingClient
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