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tgz archive linked above contains two subdirectories,
bin, which contains binaries built on 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04,
READMEs, which contains unix readable text files, for the
following LASzip utilities:
It was created using the following process:
$ unzip laszip.zip $ cd LAStools $ mkdir LinuxLASzip $ mkdir LinuxLASzip/READMEs $ mv bin/las2las_README.txt LinuxLASzip/READMEs/las2las.README $ mv bin/lasdiff_README.txt LinuxLASzip/READMEs/lasdiff.README $ mv bin/lasinfo_README.txt LinuxLASzip/READMEs/lasinfo.README $ mv bin/lasprecision_README.txt LinuxLASzip/READMEs/lasprecision.README $ mv bin/txt2las_README.txt LinuxLASzip/READMEs/txt2las.README $ mv bin/lasindex_README.txt LinuxLASzip/READMEs/lasindex.README $ mv bin/lasmerge_README.txt LinuxLASzip/READMEs/lasmerge.README $ mv bin/laszip_README.txt LinuxLASzip/READMEs/laszip.README $ rm -rf bin/* $ make $ mv bin/ LinuxLASzip $ dos2unix LinuxLASzip/READMEs/* $ tar czvf LinuxLASzip.tgz LinuxLASzip
I'm providing it in the hopes that it will be useful to someone, either to save time or to avoid having to create a build environment in order to use these tools.
$ tar xzvf LinuxLASzip.tgz, I moved the binaries
bin subdirectory in my home directory, and moved the READMEs
LASzip subdirectory of me