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download:sac2c [2019/10/17 13:36]
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download:sac2c [2020/03/31 16:57] (current)
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 <panel type="​default"​ title="​DEB (Debian based distributions)">​ <panel type="​default"​ title="​DEB (Debian based distributions)">​
  
-The ''​deb''​ package is meant to be installed on Debian based distributions (e.g. Debian, Ubuntu, etc.) using the ''​dpkg''​ tool set.+The ''​deb''​ package is meant to be installed on Debian based distributions (e.g. Debian, Ubuntu, etc.) using the ''​dpkg''​ or the ''​apt''​ tool set.
  
 Installation:​ Installation:​
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 $ sudo dpkg --install sac-VERSION-RELEASE.deb $ sudo dpkg --install sac-VERSION-RELEASE.deb
 +</​code>​
 +or
 +<​code>​
 +$ sudo apt install sac-VERSION-RELEASE.deb
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 </​panel>​ </​panel>​
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 $ cd ~ && rm -rf temp_extract $ cd ~ && rm -rf temp_extract
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +</​panel>​
 +<panel type="​default"​ title="​Windows 10">​
 +While we do not currently support a native Windows version, you can still use it through a virtualisation layer
 +of your choosing. The easiest way to use ''​sac2c''​ on a Windows 10 system is to use Window'​s own virtualisation
 +for Linux support, the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).
 +To do this, you have to do four things:
 +  - You need to activate the developer mode of Windows. (Settings -> Update & Security -> For developers -> tick the Developer Mode)
 +  - You need to activate the WSL. (Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs & Features -> Turn Features On & Off -> tick Windows Subsystem for Linux)
 +  - Go to the Microsoft Store and choose a Linux Distribution of your choice, e.g, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
 +  - Download the //basic// version of ''​sac2c''​ and ''​sac-stdlib''​ that matches the Linux version you have chosen and install it. For Ubuntu, you download the corresponding ''​.deb''​ files and then run
 +<​code>​
 +$sudo apt update
 +$sudo apt install sac2c-VERSION-RELEASE.deb
 +$sudo apt install sac-stdlib-VERSION-RELEASE.deb
 +</​code>​
 +
 +After that, you should have the sac system up and running:
 +the SaC binaries are postfixed by their release type (production or debug), so there is a ''​sac2c_p''​ and ''​sac2c_d''​ respectively,​ ''​sac2c''​ is simply a link to ''​sac2c_p''​.
 </​panel>​ </​panel>​
 </​accordion>​ </​accordion>​