lfs only works on linux.
Binaries are made available at every release in download.
You may download previous releases on GitHub releases.
When you download executable files, you'll have to ensure the shell can find them. An easy solution is for example to put them in
/usr/local/bin. You may also have to set them executable using
chmod +x lfs.
You'll need to have the Rust development environment installed and up to date.
Once it's installed, use cargo to install lfs:
cargo install lfs
You'll need to have the Rust development environment installed.
Fetch the Canop/lfs repository, move to the lfs directory, then run
cargo install --path .
If there's a compilation error, it most often means either that you're missing some compilation dependency (on ubuntu/debian try
sudo apt install build-essential) or that you have an old version of the compiler, and you should update it (for example with
Third party repositories
Those packages are maintained by third parties and may be less up to date.
lfs can be installed from the community repository:
pacman -S lfs