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                   S E A R C H   A N D   R E S C U E

           I N S T A L L A T I O N   I N S T R U C T I O N S


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STEP 1: Configure Source
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	Configure the source for your system, type:

	# ./configure --listall

	This will run the compiler test and print all available
	platforms. Choose the most appropriate platform and
	add any additional arguments as needed (see ./configure --help
	for more information on enabling/disabling and overriding
	source configuration values).

	To select your platform simply type the platform name and
	any additional arguments to the ./configure line, example:

	# ./configure Linux --prefix=/usr -v --enable="arch-i586"

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STEP 2: Building Program
------------------------ 

	If there were no problems configuring the source for your
	system, then just type:

	# make all

	This will start the compiling process.

	If you encountered errors, then you should report them to the
	authors. Read the AUTHORS file for a list of addresses.


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STEP 3: INSTALLATION
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	To install, su to root as needed and type:

	# make install

	Note: If you specified an alternate prefix in the ./configure
	line then the installation location may be different than shown
	below.

	Data files are installed in:

		/usr/share/icons/SearchAndRescue.xpm
		/usr/share/icons/SearchAndRescue2.xpm
		/usr/share/icons/SearchAndRescue3.xpm

		/usr/man/man6/SearchAndRescue.6.bz2

		$HOME/.SearchAndRescue/

	Program is installed in:

		/usr/games/SearchAndRescue


	Next, you need to install the latest SearchAndRescue data files
	in to the directory.

		/usr/share/games/SearchAndRescue/

	You can obtain the latest data files at the same place where you
	obtained this source.  Once you have obtained the data files
	package, su to root as needed and type:

	# mkdir -p /usr/share/games/SearchAndRescue/
	# cd /usr/share/games/SearchAndRescue/
	# tar -zxvf /home/me/SearchAndRescue-data-#.#.#.tgz


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STEP 4: RUNNING
---------------

	To run this program type:

	# SearchAndRescue &

        For additional command line options, type:

        # SearchAndRescue --help

	Or for more detailed help, read the manual page:

	# man SearchAndRescue


	(Linux only) If you want joystick support then make sure that
	you have compiled joystick support and that your joystick
	driver modules are loaded, to find out type:

	# lsmod | grep joy

	To load modules type `modprobe <driver>', example:

	# modprobe joy-analog

	Many joysticks have more axises and buttons than what the
	joystick driver detects on default. Read the documentation
	that came with the joystick driver (usually from the Linux
	kernel source /usr/src/linux/Documentation/joystick.txt).

	Example if you have Saitek Cyborg 3D joystick:

	# modprobe joy-analog js_an=0x201,1023,0


	(Linux only) if you want sound support then make sure that
	your Y server is configured and running. To check if your Y
	server is running type:

	# yrecinfo

	If you see "Cannot connect to Y server" then that means the
	Y server is not running or not listening to the default port.
	You can double check by typing:

	# ps aux|grep yiff

	To see if the server is actually running.

	To start the Y server, type:

	# starty

	Or calling the server directly without the script:

	# /usr/sbin/yiff /usr/etc/yiffrc


	If you need additional help, don't hesitate to ask. You can
	contact the authors via e-mail, please read the file AUTHORS
	for a list of addresses.

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                                                         SEARCH AND RESCUE