Install LightZone on Gentoo


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uhai
Install LightZone on Gentoo

Just a short Howto for Gentoers:

 

1) Install Lightzone in a local overlay. First you need app-portage/layman: USE=git emerge app-portage/layman

2) Here is a howto for the local overlay: https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Overlay/Local_overlay

3) In the local overlay use the portage groups: mkdir media-gfx/lightzone

4) Get the LightZone.ebuild from https://github.com/Aries85/LightZone/tree/master/linux an put it in the local overlay.

5) Move into the new directory media-gfx/lightroom and do: repoman manifest

5a) (added 2017-03-29) Do pushd "local Overlay"/media-gfx/lightzone (found in https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Custom_repository)

6) Do popd

7) Now you are ready to emerge media-gfx/lightzone. In my case I had to keyword lightzone....

 

Have a got time using lightzone.

uhai

tex
Excellent , uhai!

Thank you for your great contribution.  Community support and involvement at its best.

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Thanks for lightzone ebuild and instructions

Thanks so much for this.  I really appreciate it.

 

Works like a charm.

kadomcevi
3) In the local overlay use

3) In the local overlay use the portage groups: mkdir media-gfx/lightroom

should be media-gfx/lightzone