Download WMSX

The software is available at:

The software is available under the GNU GPL v3.0.

One option is to simply install the precompiled bundle Simply copy the contents of the subdirectories of the bundle to the appropriate prefix directory (e.g. /usr/local). Other option is to compile the source bundle as explained below.

Build instructions (from wmsx-2.0.2 or newer)

  • Install JDK 1.6 or newer
    • Download package from
    • Install package
    • Set the environmental variable JAVA_HOME to your JDK installation
    • Add $JAVA_HOME/bin to your PATH environmantal variable
  • Install Maven 2.1.0 or newer
    • Download package from
    • Install package
    • Add your_maven_installation_directory/bin to your PATH environmental variable
  • Compile from source bundle
    • Download source bundle from
    • Unpack source bundle and go inside:
                  > unzip
                  > cd  wmsx-aggregator-xxx
    • Remove old Maven archives:
                  > rm  -rf  ~/.m2
                  # If your home is on AFS disk space, you may need to do the following, if compilation fails:
                  # - create and edit ~/.m2/settings.xml:
                  #   <settings>
                  #       <localRepository>some_local_directory</localRepository>
                  #   </settings>
    • Build from source:
                  > mvn
    • Install the resulting package:
                  > cd  ..
                  > cp  wmsx-aggregator-xxx/wmsx/target/site/download/  .
                  > unzip
                  > cp  -r  wmsx-xxx/*  $PREFIX/
                  # Here the directory PREFIX is some target directory, e.g. /usr/local or /usr etc.
    • Make sure that the according installation target directory $PREFIX/bin is listed in PATH.

-- AndrasLaszlo - 10 Jul 2009

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