- Download current source code (gnuscope_ddc_gtk2.tar.gz) and place in
directory to be unpacked.
- Unpack using:
tar -xzvf gnuscope_ddc_gtk2.tar.gz
This will create a subdirectory named gnuscope, containing all the
- Change directories to the source (cd gnuscope_ddc_gtk2/src) and type
"make". This will compile and link gnuscope, with the executable
(gnuscope) being placed in the current directory.
- Copy this executable to where it will be used. Frequently
/usr/local/bin, or ~/bin (the user's bin directory).
cp gnuscope ~/bin
- Unless there is a path problem, say you don't have bin directory or
it is not in your path, typing gnuscope at the
commandline should start the program. If there is some question
as to which program is actually being run, type "which gnuscope".