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1 > SIDPlayer Installation Instructions
2 > ===================================
3  
4 BeOS:
5  make -f Makefile.BeOS
4  
5 < Unix:
6 <  ./configure
7 <  make
8 <  make install
5 > BeOS
6 > ----
7 >
8 > The easiest way is to download one of the precompiled BeOS binary archives
9 > (x86 or PowerPC, depending on your CPU architecture). Simply unexpand the
10 > archive to your hard drive.
11 >
12 > SIDPlayer can also be used as an input plugin for CL-Amp by Claes Lfqvist
13 > and SoundPlay by Marco Nelissen. To use it with CL-Amp, copy the "SIDPlayer"
14 > application to your CL-Amp "Plugins" directory (you have to copy it, placing
15 > a link won't work) and rename it to "in_SIDPlayer". To use it with SoundPlay,
16 > simply copy or link the program to your SoundPlay "Plugins" directory (it's
17 > not necessary to rename it).
18 >
19 > If you downloaded the source, you can compile it using the following
20 > command:
21 >
22 > $ make -f Makefile.BeOS
23 >
24 >
25 > Unix
26 > ----
27 >
28 > SIDPlayer requires the Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) library, available
29 > from the official SDL site:
30 >
31 >  http://www.libsdl.org/
32 >
33 > If you didn't install SDL from source, you have to install the "SDL-devel"
34 > package to compile SIDPlayer.
35 >
36 > As with any autoconfiguring GNU software, installation is as easy as this:
37 >
38 > $ ./configure
39 > $ make
40 > [become root]
41 > # make install
42 >
43 > For a complete list of options that the "configure" script takes, type
44 >
45 > $ ./configure --help
46 >
47 > The most important option is
48 >
49 > --prefix=PREFIX
50 >
51 > which you can use to specify a different installation directory (the default
52 > is /usr/local). The "sidplayer" executable will be installed in PREFIX/bin.

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