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I want to run labview community on other distros that arent fedora centos and opensuse. Can it be done without breaking community licence?  What about installing it on debian or gentoo? I have yet to find any useful info on it. Rpm is just too bloated for me and too corporate. Low resource distros meed around 100 to 200 megs more on idle than debian does and it frustrates me. Any help is welcome.

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10 hours ago, Someguy said:

Can it be done without breaking community licence?

The license does not specify that you must use a particular installation method.

 

10 hours ago, Someguy said:

What about installing it on debian or gentoo?

I don't have experience with Gentoo, but I managed to install and run LabVIEW on Ubuntu (Debian-based) by using Alien: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RPM/AlienHowto

I had some issues, however: I couldn't get the Example Finder to work.

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