I wrote a very simple Linux program which is essentially made up of: a bash script, four python scripts and a text file. I want to package it all together so that when people install it, it automatically distributes itself in this fashion:
text file go to / bash script go to /usr/bin/ python scripts go to /usr/bin/.programnamehere/
I know these aren't the proper places to put things for a proper application, this is just something quick I wrote to familiarize myself with this process.
Now, I could pack all of these files into a archive and add a separate "install" script to move copy everything around and then delete the originals, but I would rather do it via some other method (like apt-get).
I read a bit of the apt-get documentation and I really am not sure if this process is what would happen if I go that route?
If anyone has any suggestions on what I should do or links to something relevant, I would really appreciate it.