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==Automatic installation from the OpenBSD package collection==
==Automatic installation==
* Install from [http://openports.se/misc/gramps openports.se/misc/gramps]
* Install from [http://openports.se/misc/gramps openports.se/misc/gramps] from the OpenBSD package collection
* Install from [http://portsmon.freebsd.org/portoverview.py?category=science&portname=gramps freebsd ports]
==Manual installation==
==Manual installation==

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Automatic installation


Manual installation

This page documents installing GRAMPS on FreeBSD, openBSD, etc. First make sure the following packages are installed:

  • py24-gnome
  • py24-gnome-extras
  • automake19
  • gnomecommon
  • autoconf259
  • gnu-automake
  • gnu-libtool
  • gmake

Then do the following:

  • Download and extract the source code:
  $ gunzip gramps-3.2.6.tar.gz
  $ tar xvf gramps-3.2.6.tar
  • Configure the source code to use /usr/X11R6 for its path, since that is where FreeBSD likes to put gtk/gnome stuff:
  $ cd gramps-3.2.6
  $ export PATH=/usr/local/gnu-autotools/bin:$PATH
  $ export ACLOCAL_FLAGS="-I /usr/local/gnu-autotools/share/aclocal
           -I. -I /usr/local/share/aclocal -I /usr/X11R6/share/aclocal"
  $ ./autogen.sh
  $ gmake
  $ gmake install

This will compile and install GRAMPS correctly.