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Installing SpecBAS for Raspberry PI

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Running SpecBAS for Raspberry Pi
A binary debian package containing the current version of SpecBAS for Raspberry Pi can be found at http://freestuff.grok.co.uk/specbas-pi.deb
==Running SpecBAS for Raspberry PIPi==
You must be running a linux distro with hard floating point support. Such as the Raspbian Wheezy distribution that Raspberry recommends.
Type "sudo apt-get install sdlwget http://freestuff.grok.co.uk/specbas-image1pi.2deb" to install fetch the SDL image libary (you may already have this installed, if so, all good!)debian package to your home directory.
Copy libbass.so from the specbas archive into your /usr/lib/ directory and make sure it's readable. i.e: Then type "sudo cp libbassdpkg -i specbas-pi.so /usr/libdeb", followed by "sudo chmod 444 /usr/lib/libbassto install it.so"
Make sure the SpecBAS binary is executable "chmod 755 SpecBAS" Run SpecBAS ("./SpecBAS")!  Upon first execution, SpecBAS will create its working directory; /home/userusername/specbas (if this folder doesn't already exist). A number of useful files and folders will also be set up within this directory (containing fonts, demo programs, and a copy of the SpecBAS Reference Manual). This folder is effectively the root folder for SpecBAS/SpecOS, where SpecBAS will load files from, and save files to. SpecBAS will be is unaware of any files located outside of this folder.
==Compiling your own version==
The SpecBAS source files are available through SVN at http://alistairsserver.no-ip.org/websvn/listing.php?repname=SpecBAS. The bass audio library is also available from http://www.un4seen.com/
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