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    1 The installation of this program is pretty straightforward:
    2 
    3 0. PREREQUISITIES
    4 ==============
    5 You will need the following libraries to compile this program:
    6 
    7 - GTK+ >= 2.0 (tested on 2.10.13)
    8 - glib >= 2.0 (tested on 2.12.13)
    9 
   10 You will need both the libraries (either in static or dynamic form),
   11 and their header files (which may not be installed on your system
   12 by default; for example, check for gtk+-devel, glib-devel and XFree86-devel
   13 packages on Red Hat Linux or Mandrake Linux). This also assumes that the
   14 "pkg-config" command is in your PATH.
   15 
   16 The source of screentest is available at the screentest homepage:
   17     http://screentest.sourceforge.net/
   18 
   19 You will also need the ISO C9x-compliant C compiler. This program uses
   20 ISO C9x-style structure initializers, so this is a NECESSARY CONDITION.
   21 You can use for example gcc-3 or later, which is available on most
   22 Unices.
   23 
   24 The build process has been tested on Debian unstable (www.debian.org),
   25 but should work on any recent version of UNIX-compatible system.
   26 
   27 1. PREPARING THE SOURCES
   28 =========================
   29 Unpack the distribution using the following command:
   30     zcat screentest-<version>.tar.gz
   31 Change the directory to the source directory:
   32     cd screentest-<version>
   33 Set it up for your system:
   34     ./configure
   35 You can run "./configure --help" for details of the configuration process.
   36 
   37 2. COMPILING THE PROGRAM
   38 ========================
   39 Run "make". This will compile the "screentest" programs. Since the program is
   40 mostly standalone, you can now verify their function by running them in the
   41 current directory (calling "./screentest").
   42 
   43 3. INSTALLING
   44 =============
   45 Run "make install".
   46 
   47 4a. IF YOU LIKE IT
   48 ==================
   49 This program is postcardware. Read the top of the file "COPYING" and send
   50 me a postcard, if you want. Let me know on what system you have tested it,
   51 so I can estimate the userbase and portability of the program.
   52 
   53 4b. IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT
   54 ========================
   55 Please let me know what can I do for improving screentest. Use the
   56 e-mail <tobias@portfolio16.de>. If you want to add new modes, see the NEW_TESTS
   57 file for details.
   58 
   59 	Hope you find this program useful.
   60 
   61 - Tobias Gruetzmacher <tobias@portfolio16.de> (current maintainer)
   62 - Jan "Yenya" Kasprzak (previous maintainer)