RPMs for Adun are now available for Fedora and Suse. They are provided via dedicated repositories which allow Adun, and its dependencies, to be installed with a single command/click, and you can choose between “release” and “snapshot” package types. See this page for more.
We have extensively updated our guide to installing Adun from source on a Linux distribution. Its now split into three steps: Installing the Requirements Getting the Source Code Compiling the Program However first we recommend you check the main install page. This describes the current installation options, the platforms they are available for, and what type of [...]