The install setup states that after dependencies are met. That an installable
package is made.
Locator has not stated that he has met the deps.
Compiling usually is to untar, then config and then make and last
This is not a simple program to compile let alone create a package.
For most programs to compile and install
config (after checking the config options)
The above does not make a package. Therefore none of the packaging
tools will handle removing or updating the program.
If you want to learn about packaging the easiest place to start is here:http://forum.vectorlinux.com/index.php?topic=17379
NOTE: You need a clean system (meaning no packages added) to
make proper packages. That can be done either in a chroot, VM
or a LXDE container. Also upgrading your deps can trash your system
due to changing the deps to otehr programs.
There is already a package made according to this:http://forum.vectorlinux.com/index.php?topic=17247
Locator made a request for avidmux on 4/13/2013 for version
The date on the package that was announced for 2.6.1 was done
on December 22, 2012.
Probably why his request 4 months after the package was made was
If there is a program you want and it is not listed in the packagers
then try the search bar in the forum. It will search the forum, the support
system and the website resource.
This should not be in the FAQS as roarde has mentioned. I hope this
clears things up for the two matters. The package request and
how to make packages.