Intended audience: developers
Installing Tango on a Raspberry is very simple - just one line command.
Installation with database¶
If you need the local database, process this installation before other installation
$ sudo apt install mysql-server mysql-client $ sudo apt install tango-db tango-common
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Installation without database¶
On Raspberry 2 and 3, it is better to wait for the network on booting.
(Raspberry PI Preference menu, wait on boot, check “wait for network”)
TANGO installation (one line command) :
$> sudo apt install tango-starter tango-test liblog4j1.2-java
Graphic tools (Jive, Astor,…) installation :
download the latest version of libtango-java librairies on picca
$> sudo apt install --assume-yes wget\ wget -c https://people.debian.org/~picca/libtango-java_XX_version.deb\ sudo dpkg -i ./libtango-java_XX_version.deb