Deploying for users - on Linux

Recall that to use JPL under linux one must have the following in place:

JPL is generally distributed with official Linux. For example, in Ubuntu-based systems, JPL is provided via package swi-prolog-java. That package includes the C library libjpl.so, the Java API jpl.jar, the Prolog module jpl.pl as well as all documentation associated.

However, the official packages are often out-of-date. For Debian-based systems (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, …) you can get the latest stable and development versions via this PPAs.

Finally, to be able to use JPL you may need to make sure that:

To install JPL from scratch (e.g., to compiling it in order to develop it further) please refer to the Developing JPL guide.

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