Zebra deb

Zebra deb DEFAULT

Make sure you are aware of the target platform to install SDK. You may query platform information by running the command:

# uname -a


Latest versions of following Linux variants are supported by the SDK. Make sure your platform is in the list:

  • Ubuntu
  • Debian
  • Suse Linux Enterprise Server
  • RedHat
  • CentOS
  • OpenSuse

Detailed information on supported versions is found in the developer guide 

 

Release notes
 

  • If you are using earlier build of the SDK, please read release notes for latest changes and how they affect you.
  • If you are planning to use the SDK for the first time, please refer release notes to make sure list of features available, supported platforms etc.

 

Package file naming convention

Before downloading packages, you should aware of the system and based on that, correct installer should be selected. Following are deciding factors:

Linux derivative
 

  • Processor architecture
  • Bit configuration
  • C++ compliance level

 

Download package names follow a naming convention which is helpful to select the correct package based on above deciding factors as follows:

<product><version><package_type><processor_architecture><bit_configuration><c++_complience>

e.g.: SDK_for_Linux_v4.4.1-2_Debian_Packages_x86_32bit_C11.zip

 

Selecting correct SDK package file based on Linux derivative

Zebra provides installer packages of types .deb and .rpm for Linux variants derived from Debian (such as Ubuntu, Debian) and Red Hat (such as CentOS, SLES, OpenSUSE, Red Hat, Ubuntu) respectively.


Selecting the package based on processor architecture

Mainstream releases support x86 architecture only.
Therefore, this factor is currently not available but worth to be aware of in case Zebra decides to publish such builds in the future.
However, ARM builds can be provided on request by tech support contact  

 

Selecting correct SDK package file based on Linux bit configuration

Zebra provides installer packages for both 32bit as well as 64bit systems of Linux operating systems. However, latest versions of Linux releases support only 64bit systems and so as Zebra SDKs.

 

Selecting correct SDK package file based on compiler compliance level

Zebra provides installer packages for C++98 as well as C++11 compliance levels and based on development environment configuration, correct package should be selected.
If you are not sure of the compliance level, please refer next section on “Verify C++ compliance level”.

 

Verify C++ compliance level

To verify compliance level, query GCC version first by issuing the command:

# gcc -v


Capture the compliance level based on the version by referring to: https://gcc.gnu.org/projects/cxx-status.html

 

Download the software

Once you decide required packages based on above deciding factors, you may proceed with downloading them.
Latest installers of Zebra Barcode Scanner SDK is found in Zebra Support Central
 

 
Installing RPM Packages
 

  1.  Check for existing CoreScanner and SDK installations using the rpm command -qa option:
# rpm -qa | grep zebra

For example, list packages installed in a CentOS/Suse RPM based distribution:

[[email protected]]# rpm -qa | grep zebra zebra-scanner-devel-3.0.0-0 zebra-scanner-javapos-3.0.0-0 zebra-scanner-corescanner-3.0.0-0

  1. Remove existing CoreScanner and SDK packages using the rpm command -e option.
Since the zebra-scanner-corescanner package is required for JPOS and API development packages, remove this after uninstalling the other two packages.

 

For example:

# rpm -e zebra-scanner-javapos-2.0.0-0 # rpm -e zebra-scanner-devel-2.0.0-0 # rpm -e zebra-scanner-corescanner-2.0.0-0 

 

  1. Install new packages using the rpm command -i option. Install the CoreScanner packages first to avoid possible package dependency issues.

For example:

# rpm -i zebra-scanner-corescanner-2.0.0-0-sles11_sp2-i586.rpm # rpm -i zebra-scanner-devel-2.0.0-0-sles11_sp2-i586.rpm # rpm -i zebra-scanner-javapos-2.0.0-0-sles11_sp2-i586.rpm 


Installing Debian Packages

  1. Check for existing CoreScanner and SDK installations using the dpkg command -l option:
# dpkg -l | grep zebra


For example, list of packages installed in an Ubuntu distribution:

ii zebra-scanner-corescanner     2.0.0-0 amd64   Zebra Technologies Linux Corescanner Daemon

ii zebra-scanner-devel           2.0.0-0 amd64   Development files for Zebra Technologies Linux Corescanner

ii zebra-scanner-javapos         2.0.0-0 amd64   JavaPOS 1.13 libraries for Zebra Technologies Linux Corescanner Daemon

    

  1. Remove existing CoreScanner and SDK packages using the dpkg command -r option.
Since the zebra-scanner corescanner package is required for JavaPOS and API development packages, remove this after uninstalling the other two packages.

 

For example:

# dpkg -r zebra-scanner-javapos

Dependent packages

SDK dependencies should be satisfied during the installation process and if they are not available in the system, you may install them separately.
Due to the configurable nature of Linux distributions, this document could not cover such details.

 

Verifying installation using SDK sample application   

SDK package includes few test applications and out of them, SDK sample application is utilized here to verify CoreScanner (Linux Barcode Scanning Daemon) functionality.

 

To run this application, use the change directory (cd) command to change to the /usr/share/zebra-scanner/samples/gui-app directory and then run the corescanner-gui-app executable file.

 

Verify installation using Install Verifier Application (IVA)
 

  1. Download the source tarball from Zebra Support and Downloads page: https://www.zebra.com/us/en/support-downloads/software/developer-tools/scanner-sdk-for-linux.html
  2. Build, install, configure, run, verify for presence and functionality of components.
Sours: https://supportcommunity.zebra.com/s/article/Step-by-step-guide-to-install-and-uninstall-Zebra-Barcode-Scanner-SDK-for-Linux?language=en_US

Zebra Package Manager for iOS 13

Zebra is a basic package manager that offers all features you need to download and install your favorite jailbreak apps and tweaks from repositories. It is pretty fast and it was designed to work on iOS 8 up to iOS 13. Zebra can be installed for free from the official Cydia Repository.


What is Zebra Package Manager?

Zebra Package Manager is a great Cydia alternative app available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod. You can add new sources, view available packages and upgrades, add tweaks to wishlist, manage stores, and search for apps and tweaks. With every next release, the app offers much more features to enjoy.

Zebra is completely open-source and located on GitHub. This source can be added to Cydia on your iPhone or iPad and it is included by default with Zebra to provide future updates. Zebra also contains support for paid packages using the Sileo API and recognizes repositories with app stores.

Managing sources was never easier. The package manager offers an option to add one repository a time, or multiple from a text list. This will definitely speed up setting up the app. Moreover, there is also an option to import Cydia Sources with one click to the Zebra Package Manager app.

Zebra is available in dark and normal mode. From Settings, you can switch tint color (blue, orange, white), change the app icon, select the dark mode (default, OLED, iOS 13), and clear image and keychain cache. The Home Page can also display jailbreak news and a list of featured packages.

Zebra Package Manager Repo

You are just a few steps from installing the tweak from Cydia Sources. To add Zebra Repo to your list of Cydia Sources follow our step-by-step guide.

Step 1. Open the Cydia app on your device.

Step 2. Tap Sources → Edit → Add the official Zebra Repo.

Step 3. Switch to Search Tab and enter Zebra.

Step 4. Tap the Install button.

Download Zebra Package Manager IPA

Or download Zebra IPA file and sign it using Cydia Impactor(Windows, Linux, Mac) and sideload the app. We provide a full step-by-step guide on How to use Cydia Impactor to install IPA files on iOS.

Step 1. Download Cydia Impactor, and unzip the file.

Step 2. Download Zebra.IPA (6 MB).

Download Zebra IPA

Step 3. Open Cydia Impactor and navigate to Device → Install Package.

Step 4. Select Zebra IPA version 1.1.1 file to install.

Step 6. Enter your AppleID and app-specific password to sign apps not provided by Apple.

Step 7. Add the certificate to trusted from Settings → General → Device Management.

Impactor allows you to install max 3 apps on your device. Every 7 days after signing, you will have to connect your iPhone to your computer and repeat the install process, however, you do not have to delete the apps.

Changelog

Zebra Package Manager 1.1.8

  • Fixed an issue with source URLs from the clipboard not having a / on the end of them
  • Fixed an issue with status bar style when an alert is presented on iOS 12 and lower
  • Fixed an issue that caused some tweaks to interfere with Zebra's downloads so "Downloading Packages" would appear infinitely

Zebra Package Manager 1.1.1

  • Added an option to "Always Install Latest" so that the latest version of a package will always be installed if it has multiple versions fixed issues with tab bar occluding content in table views
  • Fixed some issues with discoloration in the navigation bars
  • Post tags will no longer display in reddit cells twice
  • Corrected the depiction link for Zebra's control file
  • Fixed several issues relating to UI on iOS 10 and below
  • Fixed several issues relating to dark mode on iOS 12 and below
  • Source import page will no longer display an active "Import" button if there are no sources to import
  • Fixed a few crashes relating to the context menus and edit actions on the account page
  • Disabled crashlytics screen reporting causing frequent network activity when using Zebra
  • Fixed a crash when comparing two ZBBaseSource objects
  • Fixed a bug where Zebra's user agent did not match its normal one when authorizing downloads
  • Fixed a bug where "Installed Files" would show up in the depiction of a .deb file imported into Zebra
  • Fixed a bug where packages on the Changes tab would show up as new when refreshing sources
  • Fixed a bug where Zebra would update its database on every open on some devices

Zebra Package Manager 1.1

  • Goodbye, clutter! You can now filter out packages and authors from your Changes page that you don't want to see.
  • Import sources with ease. We've created a new "Import Sources" view to allow selecting sources that will be imported from another package manager or a previously exported source file.
  • Life (and Zebras) isn't always Black and White. Choose from a variety of different accent colors to customize your Zebra experience.
  • Now, what was its name? A new detailed search tab helps you find the package you're looking for quickly and easily.
  • Improved Payment API Support. We've reworked our payment API support to be more reliable so there is less confusion about purchasing packages.
  • Parlez-vous français? You can now pick which language Zebra speaks instead of using your System Language.
  • Context is important. Support for iOS 13's new Context Menus has been added into Zebra across the app.
Sours: https://kubadownload.com/news/zebra-package-manager/
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THIS IS AN ALPHA RELEASE. DO NOT INSTALL IT IF YOU ARE NOT COMFORTABLE REPORTING ISSUES OR WORKING WITH SYSTEM FILES

Hi everyone! It has been awhile since the last beta and you may have noticed that we've skipped over a stable release of Zebra 1.2 in favor of Zebra 2.0. Before I get into the details there are some new things you need to know about alphas of Zebra:

  • For the time being, Zebra 2.0 can only be installed on devices with a Procursus bootstrap. This is a technical limitation and I hope to have it resolved by the time the full release of Zebra 2.0 comes out.
    • Jailbreaks with a Procursus bootstrap include: Chimera, Odyssey, Odysseyra1n, and Taurine.
    • There are no jailbreaks on iOS 11 that support Procursus
  • Betas of Zebra are now installed as a separate package. This means that the beta version of Zebra can be installed alongside of the stable version. This also means that you will have to downgrade the main Zebra package to 1.1.18 in order to install the Zebra 2.0 beta. This was done to ensure that the user still has a stable package manager while trying out the Zebra beta.
    • If you are experiencing issues after downgrading to Zebra 1.1.18 from the 1.2 betas you will have to delete your database file that is located at and reopen Zebra.
  • Zebra 2.0 uses merged sources list and will contain the same sources that other package managers like Cydia and Sileo use. If you have extra sources installed exclusively into Zebra 1.x, there is a migration option available in the add source menu.
  • This is an alpha not a beta. It may be prone to crashing in which case I'm relying on testers to be able to report crashes to me and very specific reproduction steps.
  • I will also be closing a lot of old issues that applied to the 1.2 betas because they no longer apply. If they still apply in the 2.0 alpha please reopen your issue.

Now that is out of the way, let's talk about Zebra 2.0 itself. Why did I skip over 1.2? The simple answer is that there was a huge backend rewrite between 1.1 and 1.2. I already rewrote the database backend for Zebra 1.2 but I was not happy with how it turned out as there were several crashes and inconsistencies with the new system. Because of this, I decided to switch Zebra's backend from my own implementation over to which is by far more stable and much better at dependency resolution.

Not many new features have been added since the last 1.2 beta but because of this huge rewrite, a lot of things are currently non-functional as I have not converted them over to the new libapt backend. These features will be added back in a future beta so if you're going to miss them I would suggest not updating quite yet. Here is a list of features that are not currently implemented in Zebra 2.0:

  • Source Filters
  • Package Filters
  • Featured Packages
  • Payment API support
  • Changes
  • Community News
  • Favorites
  • Ignoring package updates
  • Package Sharing
  • Source List Export
  • Settings
  • iOS 12 dark mode
  • Package Compatibility
  • URI Schemes
  • Notifications
  • Package swipe actions

There may be more features missing that I have not listed here but I will update the list if new ones are found. These features will be reimplemented at some point in the beta process but I wanted to get this initial beta out first to test the new libapt backend before developing new features.

Sours: https://github.com/zbrateam/Zebra/releases
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