LTTng is provided as three packages. In order to build them, you will need the latest version of Userspace RCU:
More documentation on how to build the following packages may be
found in their
README.md files, which are rendered
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Here's how to clone the Git repositories of our three main packages:
git clone git://git.lttng.org/lttng-tools.git
git clone git://git.lttng.org/lttng-ust.git
git clone git://git.lttng.org/lttng-modules.git
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The following steps apply to Ubuntu ≥ 12.04. For previous releases, you will need to build and install LTTng from source, as no Ubuntu packages were available before version 12.04.
Two sources of LTTng packages are available for Ubuntu: official repositories and PPA.
To install LTTng from the official Ubuntu repositories, simply use `apt-get`:
sudo apt-get install lttng-tools sudo apt-get lttng-modules-dkms sudo apt-get liblttng-ust-dev
The LTTng PPA offers the latest stable versions of LTTng packages. To get packages from the PPA, follow these steps:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:lttng/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install lttng-tools sudo apt-get install lttng-modules-dkms sudo apt-get install liblttng-ust-dev
Starting from Fedora 17, LTTng-tools and LTTng-UST
packages are officially available using
sudo yum install lttng-tools sudo yum install lttng-ust
LTTng-modules still needs to be built and installed from
source. For that, make sure that the
package is already installed beforehand:
sudo yum install kernel-devel
Proceed on to fetch LTTng-modules' source. Build and install it as follows:
KERNELDIR=/usr/src/kernels/$(uname -r) make sudo make modules_install
Debian wheezy (stable) and previous versions are not supported; you will need to build and install LTTng packages from source for those.
Debian jessie (testing) and sid (unstable) have everything you need:
sudo apt-get install lttng-tools sudo apt-get install lttng-modules-dkms sudo apt-get install liblttng-ust-dev
openSUSE has LTTng packages since version 12.3. To install LTTng, you first need to add an entry to your repositories. All LTTng repositories are available here. For example, the following will add the LTTng repository for openSUSE 13.1:
sudo -i curl http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/devel:/tools:/lttng/openSUSE_13.1/devel:tools:lttng.repo > /etc/zypp/repos.d/lttng.repo
Then, refresh the package database:
sudo zypper refresh
sudo zypper install lttng-tools sudo zypper install lttng-modules sudo zypper install lttng-ust-devel
You can automate all this using Yaourt:
yaourt -S lttng-tools yaourt -S lttng-modules yaourt -S lttng-ust
LTTng packages in Buildroot are
lttng-libust. To enable them, start the
Buildroot configuration menu as usual:
In Target packages/Debugging, profiling and benchmark, enable lttng-modules and lttng-tools. In Target packages/Libraries/Other, enable lttng-libust.
LTTng recipes are available in the
layer of OpenEmbedded:
Using BitBake, the simplest way to include LTTng recipes in your
target image is to add them to
IMAGE_INSTALL_append = " lttng-tools lttng-modules lttng-ust"
If you're using Hob, click Edit image recipe once you
have selected a machine and an image recipe. Then, in the
All recipes tab, search for
lttng and you
should find and be able to include the three LTTng recipes.
Since LTTng 2.0, each release wears the name of a Québec microbrewed beer.
From Benelux brewery in Montreal, the Gaïa is a witbier with a cloudy light amber ale color. Aroma of coriander with floral hay notes is enchanting. Taste is also dominated by the very floral coriander note and some medium sweet malt notes.
The Fumisterie is a beer whose style is at the confluence of English and German ales. On the palate, it is full-bodied, malty and slightly caramelized. The organic hemp seeds incorporated during the brewing gives it a unique and original taste. The hop flavour comes through delicately in the after taste.
The Époque Opaque is a black IPA from Trou du Diable brewery. The nose is eerily reminiscent of the coffee crisp candy from of our childhood. These strong mocha accents are present on the palate, which are quickly subdued by Japanese and Australian hops leading to a final state of satisfaction enjoyable for any fan of bitter beer.
A very succulent line-up of beers brewed at Microbrasserie Charlevoix. Elaborated starting from special malts and fermented with a Belgian yeast. These beers are refermented in bottle and will make you discover the richness of wheat, amber and triple styles.
Brewed at the Benelux microbrewery, this IPA has huge floral, citric and resinous hop aroma, simply an amazing nose. The flavor is very fresh with a light caramel malting touch completing a strong body. Huge amounts of hops, lots of grapefruit, lemon and oranges. This is an outstanding IPA!
Light coloured German ale whose style was named after the city Cologne (Koln) where it was first brewed. It is a rather simple beer with lightly fruity aromas and a delicate hoppy fragrance. The beer has a pronounced malty taste with a subtle bitter aftertaste.
New type of beer, 100% from Quebec, flavored with sapin beaumier needles, with a touch of hops.