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 ===== Processing Tutorial ===== ===== Processing Tutorial =====
 === Part 1: Running Processing === === Part 1: Running Processing ===
-To run Processing, open a terminal window and execute the following:+To run Processing ​in Linux, open a terminal window and execute the following:
  
-  ​processing &+  ​user$ processing &
  
-If this doesn'​t work, it may be that the executable is not in your path.  To fix this, add the following to your configuration file:+If this doesn'​t work, it may be that the executable is not in your path.  To fix this, add the following ​line to your configuration file:
  
-  export PATH=$PATH:/​usr/​local/​processing-0125+  export PATH=$PATH:/​usr/​local/​processing-1.0.4
  
-[Note: if you want to run modified version (edited Runner.java ​file to eliminate wait())this needs to changeThe Runner.java hack is a permanent fix - all examples work with this method in Linux.]+The configuration is your .bashrc file located in the home directory.  ​Note - this is hidden ​file.  On most systemsit is necessary ​to force Linux to reload the configuration file before the changes will take effect You do this using the **source** command: 
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 +  user$ source .bashrc 
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 +You should be able to use the **processing** command now.
  
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part_1-_running_processing.txt · Last modified: 2009/09/02 14:20 by scarl