OK, some Anons wanted to set up BUMP
for downloading /robowaifu/ and some other boards. One thing I neglected before when I originally wrote it was to support building it on the RaspberryPi. I've fixed that now. Note: Many boards are at least 1GB in size when downloaded. Lots of pics, video, pdf files, etc. For example, /robowaifu/ is currently ~2.3GB in size.
Make sure you have either plenty of storage on your basic RPi MicroSD, or use a big pendrive in a USB port for downloading the board data onto.
1. We're presuming you're already following along ITT and have set up your RPi for building C++ code, building and running waifusearch, etc. While none of these things are necessary to building and running BUMP, these instructions presume you have. So if you still have unmet dependencies, etc., b/c you're only setting up this program, then you'll need to look up higher ITT to find the instructions, etc. Nothing too complicated. And ofc, some things will be different if you're running on a different flavor of Linux. YMMV, but as long as you can meet the basic dependencies then you should be good to go.
2. That being said there are two additional required dependencies, and one optional dependency. The first two are the developer libcurl library straight from the RPi's repo. The second is the curlcpp library which you'll need to download from their SJWhub repo and build/install it locally. The last, optional, one is torsocks just in case you want to hide your power level on your local network/ISP, etc. You are hiding your power level concerning anything you do online (particularly on IBs), aren't you Anon? :^)
. It also comes from the RPi's official repos.
3. I'd say you should go ahead and update/upgrade your RPi install first things first Anon. This can help make sure you have everything on your system patched first. Open a terminal and run an upgrade from the repos. (You should probably be doing this regularly, btw.)
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
4. Let's go ahead and set up libcurl (I'll also add torsocks for myself). Open Synaptic and search 'libcurl' , and mark libcurl4-openssl-dev
> #1 #2 #3
5. Clone the curlcpp repo locally.
git clone https://github.com/JosephP91/curlcpp.git
-Build/install it with the CMake/Make dance.
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