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DRM4G Installation

There are several ways to install DRM4G.

With pip

The recommended way to install DRM4G is by using the command pip install drm4g. To check if you have this tool installed just open a terminal and execute which pip. If you have it installed you'll see something like this:



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$pip install drm4g --install-option="--home=/your/path" -v  This will install your binary files and libraries under the specified path, but DRM4G will still not be able to run. • You want your system to be aware of where the DRM4G package is, so that python may be able to import it. You'll have to define the environment variable PYTHONPATH, which will have to point to the library folder under the path you chose. At the end of the installation, you'll see a message that will inform you on how to do that. • The next step is to have it know that DRM4G has been installed. You'll have to make sure that the directory you choose is added in your environment variable PATH or you could have it added to your sys.path. The folder we are interested in is the "bin" folder inside your directory. During the installation, you will be prompted with a question about modifying your$HOME/.profile or $HOME/.bashrc file. If you accept, you will only have to define these two environment variables the first time. • Alternatively you can access the file yourself, which is under the home directory, and make the necessary changes. Without pip First and foremost you would have to make sure you have installed the necessary requirements. Those are Paramiko and docopt. For Ubuntu or Debian: sudo apt-get install python-paramiko sudo apt-get install python-docopt  For Centos or RedHat: sudo yum install python-paramiko sudo yum install python-docopt  Once that has been taken care of, you can download the source code from here. After you extract the package, in a terminal, head into the folder and run: • With root access: sudo python setup.py install • Without root access: python setup.py install --user • In a virtual environment: python setup.py install Install in custom directory If you want to use a specific directory as the installation path, you can do it like this: python setup.py install --prefix=/your/path  or python setup.py install --home=/your/path  There are other considerations to have in mind, but they are the same as the ones explained above. Verifying the installation To check if the DRM4G has been successfully installed you can run the following commands: • which drm4g • If it returns something, it means it has been installed • If the program doesn't exist, it won't show anything • drm4g start • If there aren't any errors, it will show a message like this: $ drm4g start
Starting DRM4G ....
OK


Optional Environment Variables

DRM4G uses the following environment variables:

• DRM4G_DIR: By default your configuration files will be located in $HOME/.drm4g/. If you wish to define where your configuration and log files will be created, before starting DRM4G with drm4g start you should set the environment variable DRM4G_DIR with whichever directory you wish to use, .drm4g will be automatically created under it. • EDITOR: Select an editor to configure the resource configuration file. The nano editor will be used by default. Installing Extras The directory drm4g/extras contains stuff that can improve your experience using DRM4G. • drm4g_autocomplete.sh bash script adds tab-completion features to drm4g. Enabling To enable the DRM4G completion without any installation: source /path/to/extras/drm4g_autocomplete.sh  After you do that, tab-completion will immediately be available in your current Bash shell, but it won't be available next time you log in. Installing To install drm4g_autocomplete.sh, add the the line bellow in your$HOME/.bashrc or \$HOME/.profile file :

source /path/to/extras/drm4g_autocomplete.sh