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Command line usage

1.4. Command line usage

All the commands that show up in this document should be typed inside a terminal. .

1.4.1. Open a terminal

1.4.1.1. Windows

Click on Start, Run and type :

  • cmd Enter (Windows 2000 / XP),

  • command Enter (Windows 95 / 98 / ME).

The terminal appears Le terminal apparait

Figure 1-2. Windows terminal

Note

Under Windows, you need to be in the directory where the program is installed to run it.

1.4.1.2. Linux / Unix

Open a terminal :

Figure 1-3. Linux X terminal

In the documentation, we adopt the following conventions for the Unix commands :

  • commands that should be typed as root have a # prompt :

    
# command_to_be_typed_as_root
    
  • commands that should be typed as a regular user have a % prompt :

    
% command_to_be_typed_as_regular_user
    

1.4.1.3. Mac OS X

Go to Applications, open the folder Utilities and double-click on Terminal :

Figure 1-4. Mac OS X terminal

Note

Under Mac OS X, you need to be in the directory where the program is installed to run it, and start the command with ./ .

1.4.1.4. BeOS

In the deskbar, go to Application and then Terminal :

Figure 1-5. BeOS terminal

Note

Under BeOS, you need to be in the directory where the program is installed to run it, and start the command with ./ .