I'm providing my script to install newLISP on an Amazon EC2 instance. It installs all depending libraries and automatically installs newLISP. Tested on EC2 micro instance with Ubuntu AMI.
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#!/bin/bash # Simple bash script for installing newLISP on Amazon EC2, Ubuntu 12.04 AMI # Author: Marc Hildmann, July 2012 # read -p "Install necessary default building libraries (y/n)?" CONT if [ "$CONT" == "y" ]; then sudo apt-get install libffi-dev build-essential libreadline-dev else echo "No libraries were installed."; fi read -p "Now changing to /tmp and download newLISP (y/n)?" CONT if [ "$CONT" == "y" ]; then cd /tmp wget http://www.newlisp.org/downloads/newlisp-10.4.3.tgz tar xvfz newlisp-10.4.3.tgz cd newlisp-10.4.3 else echo "Nothing happened."; fi read -p "Build and install newLISP (y/n)?" CONT if [ "$CONT" == "y" ]; then make sudo make install echo "### Installation finished ###" else echo "Nothing happened."; fi