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'''Warning: You really should use the <pkg install -forge> method described above if you are not sure what you are doing here.'''
 
'''Warning: You really should use the <pkg install -forge> method described above if you are not sure what you are doing here.'''
  
Get the source and build it yourself. The build dependencies for Debian GNU/Linux jessie are '''libv4l-dev''' and '''libfltk1.3-dev''' or '''libfltk1.1-dev'''. You also need the GNU autotools to generate the configure script.
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Get the source here [http://sourceforge.net/p/octave/image-acquisition/ci/default/tree/] and build it yourself. The build dependencies for Debian GNU/Linux wheezy are '''libv4l-dev''' and '''libfltk1.3-dev''' or '''libfltk1.1-dev'''. You also need the GNU autotools to generate the configure script.
  
 
  $ hg clone http://hg.code.sf.net/p/octave/image-acquisition octave-image-acquisition
 
  $ hg clone http://hg.code.sf.net/p/octave/image-acquisition octave-image-acquisition
  $ cd octave-image-acquisition/
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  $ cd octave-image-acquisition/src/ && ./bootstrap
  $ make install
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  $ cd ../..
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$ tar czf image-acquisition.tar.gz octave-image-acquisition
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octave:>> pkg install -verbose image-acquisition.tar.gz
  
 
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