Semantics of this Tutorial
Command line execution
Important CITK $prefix=$HOME/citk/
Step #1: General Dependencies for running CITK tools
For now the CITK tool chain "only" fully supports Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) and 16.04 (Xenial) 64 bit. The CITK tool chain is generally not dependent on a specific UNIX/Linux flavor. However, in order to maintain full support we decided to focus on Ubuntu Linux since it is one of the most popular distributions. If you feel like you need support for any other OS or Linux flavor please contact the developers here.
Before running any script (Jenkins) provided in this tutorial, please unset the following environment variables.
unset http_proxy unset ftp_proxy unset https_proxy
In the TechFak environment the packages listed below are already installed, Java-8 should be the default setting.
First of all you will need to install the following dependencies in order to run CITK tools. Open a Terminal and run:
sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jdk curl python2.7 python2.7-dev python-setuptools git subversion maven build-essential build-essential cmake
sudo apt-get install software-properties-common
sudo apt-add-repository universe
sudo apt-get update
Then try installation of the above packages again.
Step #2: Download and run a Local Jenkins
Download the jenkins.tar.gz to a location of your choice. In the remainder of this tutorial we will work with ~/citk/ as your install
mkdir -p $HOME/citk/ && cd $HOME/citk/ wget --no-check-certificate https://ci.toolkit.cit-ec.de/job/jenkins-distribution/lastStableBuild/artifact/jenkins.tar.gz -O jenkins.tar.gz
Extract the archive...
tar -xzvf jenkins.tar.gz cd jenkins
Once extraction is completed, you need to configure a new user for Jenkins (can be skipped when upgrading from a previous release). Please remember the user and password!
Provide the required instructions in the terminal. Afterwards, Jenkins can be started.
Now, you may open the Jenkins dashboard at https://localhost:8080/?auto_refresh=true
Login using the credentials you chose in the previous "./create_user" step.
Step #3: Expected Result
You may proceed with the Installing a Distribution
All steps shown above are summarized in the video below. The video might (in the future) differ from what is exactly described here (e.g. installed packages, slightly different commands), however we will make sure main content/steps will still be valid.
Support/Issues can be requested/filed under http://opensource.cit-ec.de/projects/citk.