|# You will need to make this file executable (chmod u+x) and run it with sudo|
|apt-get -y install build-essential m4 libncurses5-dev libssh-dev unixodbc-dev libgmp3-dev libwxgtk2.8-dev libglu1-mesa-dev fop xsltproc default-jdk|
|mkdir -p /src/erlang|
|tar -xvzf otp_src_R14B03.tar.gz|
|chmod -R 777 otp_src_R14B03|
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Thanks for the note. I was unfamiliar with "kerl". It looks very cool.
I did run into one problem using it. It failed to build R14B04 on a fresh Ubuntu 11.10 box. The build log shows:
I did a "sudo apt-get update" and tried to build with kerl again and it failed in the same way. I then did a "sudo apt-get -y install libncurses5-dev". I tried again after that, and everything builds successfully.