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stacker:docs:linux_installation_instructions [2013/04/06 21:01]
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stacker:docs:linux_installation_instructions [2017/05/15 00:28] (current)
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 <code> <code>
   ZereneStacker            top level directory    ZereneStacker            top level directory 
-      ZereneStacker.bsh      launch script +      ZereneStacker          executable launcher¬†
 +      ZereneStacker.bsh      launch script (provided for backward compatibility)¬†
 +      zerenstk.ini           launch template, expanded by the launcher based on user configuration settings
       ZereneStacker.jar      jar containing the application        ZereneStacker.jar      jar containing the application 
       JREextensions          directory containing numerous .jar files        JREextensions          directory containing numerous .jar files 
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                                (32-bit or 64-bit as appropriate)                                (32-bit or 64-bit as appropriate)
 </code> </code>
 +The executable launcher, ZereneStacker, is written so that it can be accessed in any manner, including by symbolic link or being placed on the PATH.  If you want to use a JRE other than the one provided with the distribution, just edit the zerenstk.ini template as desired.
  
 The launch script ZereneStacker.bsh is written so that the package will run no matter where it is placed.  You can launch it from the desktop or a file browser by double-clicking it and confirming either "Run" or "Run in Terminal".  Alternatively, you can execute it from a Terminal window as ZereneStacker/ZereneStacker.bsh (plus whatever path prefix is required to find the ZereneStacker directory). The launch script ZereneStacker.bsh is written so that the package will run no matter where it is placed.  You can launch it from the desktop or a file browser by double-clicking it and confirming either "Run" or "Run in Terminal".  Alternatively, you can execute it from a Terminal window as ZereneStacker/ZereneStacker.bsh (plus whatever path prefix is required to find the ZereneStacker directory).
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