Create a new directory in your home directory called 'bin', it
should have the following path (replace yourusername with the username
you are using on your system):
click the following link:
and save it to your new bin directory.
Extract the file using:
this should create a Julius-3.5.2 directory in your bin folder.
After unpacking the sources, open a command line terminal and go to the /hom/yourusername/bin/julius-3.5.2 directory where you downloaded your files.
The default location for binaries is "/usr/local" which will put the tools in "/usr/local/bin". You need to change this default location using the "./configure" script to specify where you want the binaries installed:
To compile Julius:
To compile Julian:
$./configure --prefix=/home/yourusername/bin/julius-3.5.2 --enable-julian
This directs the make command to put all your binaries in the following folder:
To build the libraries and binaries, execute the following:
Running the following command will install them:
To update your user path, you need to add the '/home/yourusername/bin/julius-3.5.2/bin' path to your path variable. To do this, edit your '.bash_profile' file in your home directory (in Fedora you need to show 'hidden files' in Nautilus - so you can display file names with a period in front of them) and add a colon (":") and this path to the end of the PATH variable (leaving the rest of it unchanged):
|# User specific environment and startup programs
Log out and log back in to make your path change effective.