Seriously, this is close to impossible tog et installed by a normal user. I can't even install it! There should be an easy way toinstall it, RPM for example.
If someone can help me (I'm running SuSE 8.1) than I would appreciate it.
Down load the publisher file (for linux ftp://ftp.cs.umn.edu/pub/blender.org/NaNPublisher/blender-publisher-2.25-linux-glibc2.1.2-i386.tar.gz
) and untar the file (tar -xzfv 'blender-publisher-2.25-linux*'), in the terminal window cd to the new blender dir(where the blenderpublisher exe is),type './blenderpublisher' blender should start
If installing Blender Publisher is difficult why donīt we make an installation wizzard or something that would make things easier?We have the source code now,we can do everything
Once upon a time there was this installer thingy for windows anyway - everything included in a selfextracting exe. A real no-brainer, but perhaps it made someone happy! =)
We're working on that. The people who've managed to get Blender compiling at their system have been contacted to give us feedback, and help us to make a much more friendly source release.