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====Important points====
 
====Important points====
 
* You need to use Ubuntu 10.04.x (Luicd) 32-bit (i386). Not 64-bit (amd64)
 
* You need to use Ubuntu 10.04.x (Luicd) 32-bit (i386). Not 64-bit (amd64)
* You can download this at ftp://ftp.iinet.net.au/pub/ubuntu-releases/lucid/ubuntu-10.04.1-server-i386.iso, or you can use a local mirror closer to you.'
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* You can download this at ftp://ftp.iinet.net.au/pub/ubuntu-releases/lucid/ubuntu-10.04.1-server-i386.iso, or you can use a local mirror closer to you.
  
 
====First step:====
 
====First step:====
 
Install Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid 32-bit on a virtual machine or a real computer.
 
Install Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid 32-bit on a virtual machine or a real computer.
  
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====Commands====
 
''The following commands should be executed as root (or using sudo)''
 
''The following commands should be executed as root (or using sudo)''
 
   apt-get -y install python-software-properties  
 
   apt-get -y install python-software-properties  
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You will be asked to agree to the terms and conditions of Sun Java. Agree to it all.
 
You will be asked to agree to the terms and conditions of Sun Java. Agree to it all.
  
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====Try it out====
 
Point a web browswer at the IP address of your Ubuntu machine and you should see your new MIRC site.
 
Point a web browswer at the IP address of your Ubuntu machine and you should see your new MIRC site.
  
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# Java, JAI IO, and Tomcat all included.
 
# Java, JAI IO, and Tomcat all included.
  
I've made these repositories to simplify the installation of MIRC on Linux.
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I've made these repositories to simplify the installation of MIRC on Linux. It eliminates the fiddling with Java Image IO tools and Tomcat.  
 
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It eliminates the fiddling with Java Image IO tools and Tomcat.
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I plan to update it with each release of MIRC.
 
I plan to update it with each release of MIRC.
  
Hope this helps someone.
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Hope this helps someone. Appreciate any feedback. - timothy.john.phillips@gmail.com
 
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Appreciate any feedback. - timothy.john.phillips@gmail.com
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Revision as of 08:52, 9 November 2010

The easiest MIRC install ever. Updated to T36 omega

1 Important points

2 First step:

Install Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid 32-bit on a virtual machine or a real computer.

3 Commands

The following commands should be executed as root (or using sudo)

  apt-get -y install python-software-properties 
  apt-add-repository 'deb http://archive.canonical.com/ lucid partner'
  apt-add-repository ppa:timothy-john-phillips/mirc
  apt-get update
  apt-get -y install mirc36

You will be asked to agree to the terms and conditions of Sun Java. Agree to it all.

4 Try it out

Point a web browswer at the IP address of your Ubuntu machine and you should see your new MIRC site.

Administrator access:

  • username = admin
  • password = admin

5 Included features

  1. Port 80 (default web port) rather than 8080
  2. Automatically starts at boot up and closes at shutdown.
  3. Java, JAI IO, and Tomcat all included.

I've made these repositories to simplify the installation of MIRC on Linux. It eliminates the fiddling with Java Image IO tools and Tomcat. I plan to update it with each release of MIRC.

Hope this helps someone. Appreciate any feedback. - timothy.john.phillips@gmail.com