Netglub

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How to compile

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    Netglub is a 3 part framework :

    1. the Master, which manage a fleet of slaves and is the main core of the framework. he also manage the database conection.
    2. the slave, which execute the transforms and connect to a master.
    3. the gui, or qng, it draw graphs from transforms results.

    this section show how to compil each of these parts.

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    I’m about to compile the code in a lab environment.

    Understanding that there are three parts to the framework, should all be installed on the machine (standalone), or as a distributed setup (master on a separate machine from the slave/gui)?

    Also, reading through the documentation posted on the site, it looks as if you’d compiled this on an Ubuntu box. What version of the OS were you using when you compiled?

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