[Newbies] Installing Squeak From the Linux Command Line
bert at freudenbergs.de
Fri Nov 30 22:33:54 UTC 2007
On Nov 30, 2007, at 23:15 , Markus Schlager wrote:
> Hi Dale,
> On Thu, 29 Nov 2007, Dale Wiles wrote:
>> Return to /tmp/squeak_tmp/Squeak-3.9-8
>> squeak> cd ../../../../..
> I'd prefer
> squeak> cd /tmp/squeak_tmp/Squeak-3.9-8
>> * HOW TO START A NEW PROJECT
>> Make a directory to hold the project. Say project "foo" in your home
>>> mkdir ~/foo
>> Change directory in to it.
>>> cd ~/foo
>> Copy the Squeak "image" and "changes" files into the project
>> foo> cp /usr/local/lib/squeak/squeak.image .
>> foo> cp /usr/local/lib/squeak/squeak.changes .
> I think you'll need a symbolic link to the squeak-sources,
> something like
> foo> ln -s /usr/local/lib/squeak/SqueakV3.sources .
Not if you put it next to the VM.
Also, the instructions were somewhat complicated. The only thing I
install usually is the VM, and the sources file. Image+changes are
working files so they are only in my working dirs, not in a system
dir. [except for the squeakland image for the browser plugin of course]
- Bert -
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