[zeromq-dev] Releasing a zeromq client to many users
alan.ward at btinternet.com
Mon Feb 18 13:55:58 CET 2013
This worked fine.
I used tar to copy the /usr/local/lib directory and install it on the target
The only extra step I needed was to the run ldconfig on the target.
From: Alan Ward [mailto:alan.ward at btinternet.com]
Sent: 15 February 2013 16:00
To: 'ZeroMQ development list'
Subject: RE: [zeromq-dev] Releasing a zeromq client to many users
Thanks for the advice.
The 3 files you identify are held in /usr/local/lib on my machine.
I'll experiment with a release that includes only those.
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[mailto:zeromq-dev-bounces at lists.zeromq.org] On Behalf Of Eric Hill
Sent: 15 February 2013 14:16
To: ZeroMQ development list
Subject: Re: [zeromq-dev] Releasing a zeromq client to many users
Look in the makefile under the install section. There is a library
(libzmq.so.x.x.x) and a couple of symlinks (libzmq.so.x and libzmq.so).
Those three are all we needed to deploy zmq to a few servers. We built them
on a development server outside of our production environment.
I built a libzmq.dll for deployment to a dozen Windows machines. The only
caveat was that we had to install the MSVC runtime on those machines as well
since I built zmq with MSVC instead of mingw.
On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 4:29 AM, Alan Ward <alan.ward at btinternet.com> wrote:
I have developed a fairly simple zeromq client-server app using 3.2.2 on
I wish to distribute the client application to many end-points. Note that
they are ARM-based.
The Ubuntu apt package for zeromq is quite old.
The only way I have found of installing the client is to first install the
full zeromq distribution and build it on the client machine.
This is OK in my development and test environment, but unrealistic across a
number of independent client machines with indeterminate existing content.
Is the a way I can build a re-distributable run-time for zeromq?
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