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studioware:quick_start [2016/08/12 22:31 (UTC)]
dive [Introduction]
studioware:quick_start [2017/02/24 22:03 (UTC)]
dive [1) Preinstallation Tasks]
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 ===== 1) Preinstallation Tasks ===== ===== 1) Preinstallation Tasks =====
  
-  * Install JDK or OpenJDK. AlienBob has packages here: http://www.slackware.com/~alien/slackbuilds/openjdk/ This is for portmidi.+  * 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):   * Create Avahi user and group (for 14.2 onward):
 groupadd -g 214 avahi\\ groupadd -g 214 avahi\\
 useradd -u 214 -g 214 -c "Avahi" -d /dev/null -s /bin/false avahi\\ useradd -u 214 -g 214 -c "Avahi" -d /dev/null -s /bin/false avahi\\
 +Install fltk (for audio/yoshimi) from extra\\
 ===== 2) Preparing Sepkg ===== ===== 2) Preparing Sepkg =====
  
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 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>

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