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Offline Shyloc

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dsktools
« on: 14:24, 22 May 18 »
Hello,


Could anyone provide me with an idiots guide to using dsktools please, I can't seam to "install" it. Where to I type the "make" prompt? please help!

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Re: dsktools
« Reply #1 on: 16:15, 22 May 18 »
I cannot test the whole thing right now (doesn't compile on a mac), but you should be fine by following these steps:
  • git clone git@github.com:teiram/dsktools.git
  • cd dsktools
  • make
  • sudo make install
This last step will require superuser privileges, as it will try to copy the binary into /usr/local/bin. Simply copying the two binaries (dskread and dskwrite) somewhere in you path should work as well.
If you're using the master tarball, replace the first two steps above by:
  • unzip dsktools-master.zip
  • cd dsktools-master