Install Cmake Centos

CentOS 8$ sudo yum -enablerepo=epel. list cmake. Installed Packages cmake.x8664 3.11.4-7.el8 @AppStream cmake-data.noarch 3.11.4-7.el8 @AppStream cmake-filesystem.x8664 3.11.4-7.el8 @AppStream cmake-rpm-macros.noarch 3.11.4-7.el8 @AppStream Available Packages cmake-doc.noarch 3.11.4-7.el8 AppStream cmake-filesystem.i686 3.11.4-7.el8. Sudo yum install cmake make gcc gcc-c flex bison libpcap-devel openssl-devel python-devel swig zlib-devel On RHEL/CentOS 6/7, you can install and activate a devtoolset to get access to recent GCC versions.

Follow the step below to install CMake 3.0 on CentOS 7:

CentOS cmake 설치 2016-08-22. Version Repository Size Installing: cmake x8664 2.8.12.2-4.el6 base 8.0 M Installing.

  • Download cmake-3.0.0.tar.gz to a folder, e.g. /home/user/Downloads
  • Open a terminal and run below commands:

tar -zxvf cmake-3.0.0.tar.gz

Install Cmake Centos


This will unpack the gz file to a folder cmake-3.0.0 under the Downloads folder

  • In the terminal and run below commands:

cmake-3.0.0
./bootstrap
gmake
sudo gmake install

It will take several minutes to build cmake out of source files.

But If you run the command below, you will see the cmake version is still the old 2.82 or earlier version!

cmake –version

  • Now in the terminal, type below commands

sudo mv cmake-3.0.0 /usr/local/

This move the newly built output folder

Downloads/cmake-3.0.0/ >
/usr/local/cmake-3.0.0/

Cmake build install
  • Edit ~/.bashrc file, add the directory /usr/local/cmake-3.0.0/bin to the PATH variable:

gedit ~/.bashrc

At the end of .bashrc file, add below line to add the cmake/bin folder to system path:

PATH=/usr/local/cmake-3.0.0/bin:$PATH
export PATH

  • Next, in the terminal, type below commands

cd /usr/local/cmake-3.0.0
mkdir share
cp -R /usr/local/share/cmake-3.0/ share/

Centos

This copies folder
usr/local/share/cmake-3.0/ >
usr/local/cmake-3.0.0/share/

If you don’t do so, errors will pop up and complain that the share folder is not accessible to centOS!

Now, rerun the below command and you will succeed!

cmake –version

There are several ways to install CMake, depending on your platform.

Windows

There are pre-compiled binaries available on the Download page for Windows as MSI packages and ZIP files. One may alternatively download and build CMake from source. The Download page also provides source releases. In order to build CMake from a source tree on Windows, you must first install the latest binary version of CMake because it is used for building the source tree. Once the binary is installed, run it on CMake as you would any other project. Typically this means selecting CMake as the Source directory and then selecting a binary directory for the resulting executables.

Linux, macOS, UNIX

There are pre-compiled binaries available on the Download page for some UNIX platforms. One may alternatively download and build CMake from source. The Download page provides source releases. There are two possible approaches for building CMake from a source tree. If there is no existing CMake installation, a bootstrap script is provided:

(Note: the make install step is optional, cmake will run from the build directory.)

By default bootstrap will build CMake without any debug or optimization flags. To enable optimizations you will need to specify the CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE option to bootstrap like this: ./bootstrap -- -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE:STRING=Release

For more options with bootstrap, run ./bootstrap --help .

Centos 7 Install Cmake 3

Yum install cmake

Install Cmake Centos 8

Or, an existing CMake installation can be used to build a new version:

Install Cmake Centos

(Note: the make install step is optional, cmake will run from the build directory.) If you are not using the GNU C++ compiler, you need to tell the bootstrap script (or cmake) which compiler you want to use. This is done by setting the environment variables CC and CXX before running it. For example: