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Process Viewer is a small utility similar to top which displays all the processes on a linux system
Process Viewer is a small utility similar to top which displays all the processes on a linux system. Its written using the FOX Toolkit.
Process Viewer is licensed under the GNU General Public License
FOX 1.4 (stable)
1. Install all required dependencies: FOX-1.4.x / FOX 1.5.x
2. Run the build script 'gb' to start compiling Century of Trains. There are several command line options you may have to specify when running this script.
For a complete overview of all options use:
We assume that all required packages are installed in /usr. If thats not the case, you can change the installation prefix for each package on the commandline:
3. If everything compiled fine, you are ready to install Century of Trains in its final location. By default this will be in /usr. Using the --prefix option you can tell gb to install it somewhere else. You need to make sure that ogle and goggles are installed in the same prefix location
> ./gb install [--prefix=/usr/local]
4. Run Century of Trains
(!) Note to run Century of Trains without installing, run the 'run' script in the top directory.
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