CT on openSUSE Leap 42.2


We test Lab CodeTyphon 6.10 on openSUSE Leap 42.2

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System: Entry level PC with 1 CPU (4-Cores) / 8 Gbyte RAM / 120 Gbytes Hard Disk / 1680x1050 pixels Monitor
OS : OpenSUSE Leap 42.2 64bits with GNOME 3 Desktop




1. Preparation-Give "sudo" root privileges

Open a terminal and exec

sudo nano /etc/sudoers


add at the end of /etc/sudoers the line


Ctl-X to exit and Y to save




2. Download-Unzip-Install

Download CodeTyphonIns.zip and unzip to your home directory


Open a terminal, and go to new CodeTyphonIns directory

cd CodeTyphonIns

Start CodeTyphon Installation with command

sh ./install.sh


Give zero "0" to Install CodeTyphon




3. Setup and Build

After CT install you can start CTCenter or to continue with the open terminal

We select "MultiArch" option but this is our choice.

warningPlease remember openSUSE + CodeTyphon Multiarch need more than 30 Gbites on your Hard Disk

Select "12" for Multi-Architecture Setup page

 Select "1" to enable Multi-Arch


It's the first installation of CodeTyphon on this PC, so we install "system libraries" select "0".


Select "8" to build all...




4. Finally



CTCenter, Typhon32 and Typhon64 with ALL Docked Option (single Window)




5. Libraries tests

Screens from some Libraries tests...