Installation using APT
The recommended way to install YajHFC on Debian/Ubuntu is to use the YajHFC apt repository.
To use it, add the following line to your /etc/apt/sources.list and run apt-get update :
deb http://download.yajhfc.de/repository/apt/ stable/
The packages found there should work for both Debian and Ubuntu, so you can use the same apt line for both distributuions.
Usually you will receive a warning that my packages are not authenticated when you try to add my packages for the first time (since I am not a Debian or Ubuntu maintainer).
You can either ignore this warning *or* import my public key, so that apt considers my packages "trustworthy".
To import the public key, execute the following command in a terminal (and re-run "apt-get update" afterwards):
wget -q http://download.yajhfc.de/JonasWolz.pub -O - | sudo apt-key add -
After successfully adding the repository, you will have the following additional packages available:
- Installs the main jar file, a launcher and adds a menu shortcut.
- Installs a command line only version of YajHFC (cyajhfc).
- Installs a fax printer in CUPS.
- Installs the YajHFC FOPPlugin.
- Installs the YajHFC PDF plugin.
You can now install YajHFC just like any other software packaged for your distribution.
For example, to install a fax printer and all dependencies, run the following command:
sudo apt-get install yajhfc-faxprinter
If you can not or do not want to use the apt repository, you can download the packages directly from the following directory:
The sources for the .deb packages are available in the following locations:
deb-src http://download.yajhfc.de/repository/apt/ stable/