How to run Openkore to your Ubuntu Linux OS


This time, I will show you how to run a "Perl Application" using your gnome-terminal.


Linux is best suit to run a large or more application because of its Processor Threads Technology, when you run Openkore to your Windows OS, the memory ram size is around 50-60megabytes, when you run it to your Linux Distro, it is around 30-40megabytes only. That's why lots of SERVERS, uses Linux because of Security,Reliability and Flexibility.

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You need to install some requirements to run a PERL, and also compiling your Openkore Folder.

Requirements:
-Openkore Ready
-Internet Connection
-Ubuntu Gnome-terminal

Openkore Ready:
         You can download the OpenkoreReady here.

Ubuntu Gnome-terminal:
      We need to install some packages, you can open terminal by using the shortcut way CTRL+ALT+T

      The TERMINAL is now open, and you need to install a packages.

-To install the c++ compiler and essentials, you need to type-in
sudo apt-get install build-essential g++
-To install the Perl Packages you need to type-in
sudo apt-get install perl
-You also need to install the Perl Zlib
sudo apt-get install libcompress-zlib-perl
 
-You need to check if Python was installed to your system, by typing
echo 'print "Python is installed"' | python
 
if Terminal will print out "Python is installed" then you don't need to install python
if Terminall giving you an error or blank, then you need to install python by type-in
sudo apt-get install python 
 
 
-We need to extract the Openkore Ready, after extracting you need to paste it to your Desktop 
-When you had done extracting the folder, go to your TERMINAL and type-in

 cd /home/ubuntu/Desktop
 
- We need to go to our Desktop, as you can see I'm using the default user of "Ubuntu", 
you must need to check your File System so that you must know what User Name you have
 
cd Openkore
-I'm now going to Openkore Folder, and to compile the inside of this Openkore. 
As you can see, You must need to check if you have the "openkore.pl" file.
 
 
 -As you can see, I have the openkore.pl, and we need to compile it using our TERMINAL by typing.
perl openkore.pl
 
 -You TERMINAL will compile everything with smooth compiling, if TERMINAL gives you
an error, then you must check your INSTALLED PACKAGES you must have the PACKAGES
above.
-If TERMINAL works perfectly, then you must need to repeat the
perl openkore.pl
-then the TERMINAL will run your OPENKORE, just like running WINDOWS OPENKORE
to your Ubuntu OS
 
 
RELATED TOPICS: 
RUN MULTIPLE OPENKORE.PL

12 comments:

  1. Wew... good information, very2 useble for me... thanks alot.... i came from indonesia....

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  2. im on fedora and having an error do have any idea? try routing to openkore.com/compilation.php but i think its dead


    [led@localhost Openkore_ready]$ perl openkore.pl
    make: Entering directory `/home/led/Desktop/Openkore_ready'
    scons: Reading SConscript files ...
    Checking Perl configuration ...(cached) yes
    Checking for C library ncurses... yes
    Checking for GNU readline 4.3 or higher...yes
    Checking for libcurl...(cached)
    You don't have libcurl installed. Please download it at:
    http://curl.haxx.se/libcurl/
    Compilation failed. Please read http://www.openkore.com/compilation.php for help.
    make: Leaving directory `/home/led/Desktop/Openkore_ready'
    Can't locate loadable object for module XSTools in @INC (@INC contains: /home/led/Desktop/Openkore_ready/src/deps /home/led/Desktop/Openkore_ready/src /home/led/Desktop/Openkore_ready /usr/local/lib/perl5 /usr/local/share/perl5 /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 .) at openkore.pl line 25

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  3. hi,

    i tried this guide using a VPS.. and it works!!
    whenever i use "perl openkore.pl"... i cant go back to terminal...
    how can i bot different bot in here...

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  4. @LED
    you must install your LIBCURL, as what i've seen to your error

    @Anonymous
    Try the above below links "RUNNING MULTIPLE OPENKORE.PL" that I provide and posted @ openkore.com(forums)
    and One thing, running on VPS might not good to run a Multi PL, using a SHORTCUT, the best thing you need to do is to RE-COPY your openkore folder to a new one and run your SECOND OPENKORE.PL

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  5. How to solve this? thank you

    Can't locate loadable object for module XSTools in @INC (@INC contains: /home/stray_bullet01/Desktop/Openkore/src/deps /home/stray_bullet01/Desktop/Openkore/src /home/stray_bullet01/Desktop/Openkore /etc/perl /usr/local/lib/perl/5.10.1 /usr/local/share/perl/5.10.1 /usr/lib/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 /usr/lib/perl/5.10 /usr/share/perl/5.10 /usr/local/lib/site_perl .) at ./openkore.pl line 25

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  6. but 30-40MB still too large for me

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  7. ... to run openkore in background, you should use 'daemon',

    daemon -f perl openkore.pl

    if it returns "daemon is not installed"
    run
    sudo apt-get install daemon

    then that should do it, if you want to kill that process, use process monitor or if in vps, type top, then copy the PID of daemon, then Ctrl + C then run kill PID

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  8. Thanks a lot. This is very useful.

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  9. herjuno@herjuno-N43SL:~/Desktop/openkore$ perl openkore.pl
    make: Entering directory `/home/herjuno/Desktop/openkore'
    scons: Reading SConscript files ...
    Checking Perl configuration ...(cached) yes
    Checking for C library ncurses... no
    Checking for GNU readline 4.3 or higher...no
    You don't have GNU readline installed, or your version of GNU readline is not recent enough! Read:
    http://wiki.openkore.com/index.php/How_to_run_OpenKore#GNU_readline
    -e \e[1;31mCompilation failed. Please read http://wiki.openkore.com/index.php/How_to_run_OpenKore for help.\e[0m
    make: Leaving directory `/home/herjuno/Desktop/openkore'
    Can't locate loadable object for module XSTools in @INC (@INC contains: /home/herjuno/Desktop/openkore/src/deps /home/herjuno/Desktop/openkore/src /home/herjuno/Desktop/openkore /etc/perl /usr/local/lib/perl/5.12.4 /usr/local/share/perl/5.12.4 /usr/lib/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 /usr/lib/perl/5.12 /usr/share/perl/5.12 /usr/local/lib/site_perl .) at openkore.pl line 25
    herjuno@herjuno-N43SL:~/Desktop/openkore$


    how about this?? i use ubuntu 11.10

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    1. sudo apt-get install libreadline6-dev

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  10. hi

    this way is good but miss

    sudo apt-get install libreadline6-dev

    and go to software center and download syntactic Package Manager

    and find libcurl and download it all

    I try in Ubuntu 12 and it work

    thanks

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  11. what Ubuntu you user ?

    Ubuntu 12.04 32bit ?

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