[quagga-dev 16720] Re: Install Latest Version

Jose Cueto pepedocs at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 10:46:09 GMT 2018

Hi Siva,

Have you looked into the quagga directory where you invoked make?
Configure/make tools by default save its build artifacts in the same
directory where you invoke them.

On Thu, Mar 8, 2018 at 10:21 AM, Siva Kesava <sivakesava1 at gmail.com> wrote:

> The make install does not install any services which can be started. The
> Quagga website mentions only three commands (./configure , make and make
> install) for installing Quagga but Ubuntu installation uses an extra
> debian.tar which is a kind of patch on the original one. So what are the
> extra commands that have been used to install Quagga other than the above
> three using apt-get?
> How are the people using the latest version starting the quagga service
> which was possible using "/etc/init.d/quagga start" in the
> Ubuntu installation?
> Please reply me with something if you are using the latest version and
> running the services.
> On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 6:32 PM, Siva Kesava <sivakesava1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> OS: Linux Ubuntu 16
>> If I use "sudo apt install quagga" then I find files in
>> /etc/init.d/quagga and /etc/quagga but if I download the tar file from the
>> website and do
>> 1../configure
>> 2.make
>> 3.make install
>> then I don't find any such files.
>> What additional steps need to be done other than the above three? I
>> wanted to use the latest version but the ubuntu cache has 0.99 version
>> which has some bugs.
>> Can anyone specify in detail the steps that need to be followed if I want
>> to have the same effect as that of "apt install"?
>> Do I need to use some flags or change permissions or create quagga user?
>> I am so confused any suggestions would be a great help.
>> Thanks
>> Siva
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