# rpm -ivh dlcompat-20010123-2a.ppc.rpm
if you haven't.
Note that I have not yet tried to prepare a custom kernel with SysV semaphore
support. The resultant root build thus lacks some functionality.
By the way as of ROOT v.3.01.05, MacOS X is officially supported. So now building "ROOT" is fairly straightforward, though the versions earlier than v.3.02.02 needed some patches to build on MacOS X Release 10.1: basically what you needed to do is to add -flat_namespace to link flags. MacOS X support of the current development release (v.3.03.04) is broken but the CVS version as of 2002/04/23 just compiles out of the box. There were a lot of troubles before we reached this stage. See this note for more details.
If you just want to use a precompiled binary package, go directly to Installation subsection.
 Compilation Conditions
MacOS X Release 10.1 Compilation Procedure
standard Mach Kernel (Darwin 1.4) w/o SysV semaphore patch
libdl.dylib: dlcompat-20010123-2a by Christoph Pfisterer
If you want to use the current CVS tree, do
$ export CVSROOT=:pserver:email@example.com:/user/cvs
$ cvs login
(Logging in to firstname.lastname@example.org)
CVS password: cvs
$ cvs -z3 checkout root
or if you just want to use the production version, do
$ tar -zxvf ../orig/root_v3.03.04.source.tar.gz
(the latest source tarball: root_v3.03.04.source.tar.gz does not compile on MacOS X, use CVS)
then follow the steps below:
$ tar -zxvf ../orig/ttf_1.1.tar.gz
# mv ttf/fonts /usr/share/fonts/ttf
# pushd /cern/pro/lib
# ln -s libpythia6134.a libPythia.a
$ cd root
$ export ROOTSYS=`pwd`
$ export DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH=$ROOTSYS/lib
$ export PATH=$ROOTSYS/bin:$PATH
$ ./configure macosx
 Installation of a Precompiled Binary Package
A precompiled binary package is available as a tarball.
All you need
to do is expand it in whatever directory you want to install ROOT.
For instance, if you want to install it as /opt/root/pro, do the following:
# tar -zxvf <somewhere>/root_v3.03.04-cvs020421-macosx.tar.gz -C /opt/root
# ln -s root_v3.03.04-cvs020421-macosx /opt/root/pro
$ export ROOTSYS=/opt/root/pro
$ export DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH=$DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH:$ROOTSYS/lib
$ export PATH=$PATH:$ROOTSYS/bin
Then adjust the directory for ttf fonts by editing ~/.rootrc, for instance, as: