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I was wondering if anyone could give me an idea of how hard it is to build a CGI from source that requires two external libraries to build. All the code and libraries are open source. I'm not really familiar with building binary packages in Linux, but I'd like to run this CLI-type tool on a shared server. The tool is a bit complex. I've built it on my local machine, but I'll need to target a x86_64 architecture.
I think I can run CentOS 64 bit in a virtual box. After that is is just a matter of compartmentalizing all the libraries and source to run in the cgi-bin folder? Or is there a lot more to it?
Thanks
Eric

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I was wondering if anyone could give me an idea of how hard it is to build a CGI from source that requires two external libraries to build. All the code and libraries are open source. I'm not really familiar with building binary packages in Linux, but I'd like to run this CLI-type tool on a shared server. The tool is a bit complex. I've built it on my local machine, but I'll need to target a x86_64 architecture.
I think I can run CentOS 64 bit in a virtual box. After that is is just a matter of compartmentalizing all the libraries and source to run in the cgi-bin folder? Or is there a lot more to it?
Thanks
Eric
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