Membiasakan Membaca file “README”

kadang ketika melakukan Instalali ataupun setting sebuah aplikasi di lingkungaan linux, kita menemukan sedikit kendala entah itu berupa depedensi yg kurang komplit, atau cara menjalankan si aplikasi tersebut, nah cobalah terbiasa membaca “README” file ini biasanya selalu di sertakan dalam tiap paket-paket aplikasi yang akan di install contohnya : saya install paket softphone  X-Lite nah bagaiman cara configure dan menjalankannya pasti ada di dalam folder “README” berikut contoh “README” yg ada di dalam folder :

root@repo:/usr/local/src/xten-xlite# ls
README  xtensoftphone
==dan isinya sebagai berikut===

**********************************
* X-Lite 2.0 Linux Release Notes *
**********************************

INSTALLATION:

Untar the file:
> tar -zxvf X-Lite_Install.tar.gz

This should expand the files into xten-xlite directory.
> cd xten-xlite

The executable is xtensoftphone, it should already have +x permission. If it does not, change the permission:
> chmod +x xtensoftphone

To run the executable:
> ./xtensoftphone

Copy the executable to a defined $PATH if you so wish.

NOTE:
Executable is tested to work with:
OS: Fedora Core 3, Suse 9.2
Platform: i386, Athlon, i686
Sound Driver: snd_via82xx, snd_usb_audio, snd_intel8x0 (OSS emulation)

KNOWN ISSUES:
– Using GSM codec might crash on some platform combination.

Use at your own risk!! Please report any bug/problem to xlite linux forum.
Click on the ‘?’ on the top left to open a link to the support forum.

=dengan bahasa englis yang kurang pasti bisalah mengerti :P==

nb: jika masih belum mengerti juga cari tutorial yg berbahasa Indonesia silahkan cari di sini

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