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-====== ​Introduction ​======+====== ​Studioware: Quick Start ======
  
-To install our slackbuilds ​we have an application to help the process.+To make the process a little simpler ​we have an application to download, build and install packages: sepkg. It supports queue files, and will even download ​the queues from our server if needed.
  
-To make the process ​little simpler we have an application to download and install ​them: sepkg for building from slackbuilds,​ although sbopkg can also be used. It supports queue files, and will even download the queues from our server if needed.+You will need around 12GB of free space to build all the packages in full install.
  
-===== 1) Preparing Sepkg =====+===== 1) Preinstallation Tasks ===== 
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 +  * Install JDK or OpenJDK. AlienBob has packages here: http://​www.slackware.com/​~alien/​slackbuilds/​openjdk/​ This is for portmidi. You may need to log out and in again after installing jdk. 
 +  * Create Avahi user and group (for 14.2 onward): 
 +    * groupadd -g 214 avahi\\ 
 +    * useradd -u 214 -g 214 -c "​Avahi"​ -d /dev/null -s /bin/false avahi\\ 
 +    * Install fltk (for audio/​yoshimi) from extra.\\ 
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 +===== 2) Preparing Sepkg =====
  
 First you need to grab the latest versions and install it with installpkg: First you need to grab the latest versions and install it with installpkg:
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 You should now be able to build/​install packages. You should now be able to build/​install packages.
  
-===== 2) Installation =====+===== 3) Installation =====
  
 We have three main categories of applications:​ audio, video and photo. They are maintained by queue files. There is also a '​full'​ queue. We have three main categories of applications:​ audio, video and photo. They are maintained by queue files. There is also a '​full'​ queue.
  
-If you want a certain category - say audiothen you can use sepkg to download and build/​install all the audio applications with the -q flag:+If you want a certain category - say audio then you can use sepkg to download and build/​install all the audio applications with the -q flag:
  
 <​code>​sepkg -q audio</​code>​ <​code>​sepkg -q audio</​code>​
  
-<note important>​Either jdk or openjdk is a buildtime requirement when using sepkg to build the audio or full queue. jdk can be found in the extra/ directory on any of the slackware mirrors, or alienBob has packages for openjdk here: http://​www.slackware.com/​~alien/​slackbuilds/​openjdk/</​note>​ 
 ===== 3) Done ===== ===== 3) Done =====
  
 That's it. Now start using your apps. That's it. Now start using your apps.
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-  * Originally written by [[wiki:​user:​dive | dive]] 
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 +* Originally written by [[wiki:​user:​dive | dive]]
  
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