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								  pg_top
							 Version 3.6.1

							   Mark Wong
						and a cast of ... a few

							  INSTALLATION

Configuration and installation of pg_top is easy.  pg_top version 3.6
comes with a configure script generated by gnu autoconf.  After
unpacking the tar file, simply run "./configure".  The script will
automatically perform a series of checks on the system and determine
what settings are appropriate for the Makefile and certain include
files.  Once configure completes, simply type "make install" and
pg_top will be compiled and installed.  By default, the installation
location is /usr/local/bin.  You can change the destination location
with the --prefix option to configure.

pg_config must be in your path in order to install pg_top.

In addition to the standard options, pg_top's configure script supports
the following:

    --with-module=name

	Force the use of a particular module.  Modules are located
	in the subdirectory "machine".  A module's name is derived
	from the file's basename without the leading "m_".

    --with-ext=name

	Compile with the extension "name", found in the subdirectory
	"ext". At the present time, there are no extensions in the
	standard distribution.

    --enable-debug
    --disable-debug

	Default off. Include debugging output in the compilation,
	which can be seen with the -D switch.

    --enable-color
    --disable-color

	Default on.  Include code that allows for the use of color
	in the output display.  Use --disable-color if you do not
	want this feature compiled in to the code.  The configure
	script also recognizes the spelling "colour".

    --enable-kill
    --disable-kill

	Default on.  Include code that allows for renicing and sending
	signals to processes from within pg_top (the 'kill' and 'renice'
	commands). Use --disable-kill if you do not want this feature
	compiled in to the code.