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SciTE Editor Module for SCLive

August 10, 2006 1 comment

Introduction

This module will allow you to use the much loved editor SciTE inside of SCLive. It’s a 1 Mb module.

Details

The module once installed will copy its content inside the directory: /usr/local/bin To use it, simply type on a console: SciTE

Note: You may get some warning messages when the program is loading, this is expected and you should not worry about them.
Downloading

The module can be downloaded HERE.

Installing

The easiest way to install the module is to download it from within SCLive then type:

uselivemod ~/Desktop/<modulename.mo>

Note: As I am sure you realize ~/Desktop is the default location for the downloaded files from firefox.

Alternatively you can add the module inside the /modules directory of your SCLive ISO file and burn a new ISO file.

VHDL Simulator Module for SCLive

August 7, 2006 Leave a comment

Introduction

This module will allow you to use ghdl a free VHDL simulator with SCLive. It’s a 4 Mb module.

Details

The module once installed will copy its content inside the directory: /usr/local/bin To use it, you can follow the ghdl tutorial located HERE.
Downloading

The module can be downloaded HERE.

Installing

The easiest way to install the module is to download it from within SCLive then type:

uselivemod ~/Desktop/<modulename.mo>

Note: As I am sure you realize ~/Desktop is the default location for the downloaded files from firefox.

Alternatively you can add the module inside the /modules directory of your SCLive ISO file and burn a new ISO file.

Screenshot:

ghdl_screenshot

Et voila!

David Cabanis.

SystemC SCV Module for SCLive

July 31, 2006 Leave a comment

Introduction

This module will allow you to use the SystemC Verification Library with SCLive. It’s a 4 Mb module.

Details

The module once installed will copy its content inside the directory: /usr/local/systemc/systemc-2.1.v1
To use it, navigate to the examples directory inside the systemc-2.1.v1 directory and try the exemples inside the scv directory ( use make ).

Downloading 

The module can be downloaded HERE.

Installing

The easiest way to install the module is to download it from within SCLive then type:

uselivemod ~/Desktop/<modulename.mo>

Note: As I am sure you realize ~/Desktop is the default location for the downloaded files from firefox.

Alternatively you can add the module inside the /modules directory of your SCLive ISO file and burn a new ISO file.

Et voila!

David Cabanis.

vim Module for SCLive

July 28, 2006 Leave a comment

Introduction

This module will allow you to edit files via the ubiquitous and adored vim program. It’s a 4.5 Mb module and worth every bits of it.

Details

The module once installed will copy its executable inside the /usr/local/bin directory.

To invoke vim, simply type: vim <filename> as a command inside a terminal window.

Downloading

The module can be downloaded HERE.

Installing

The easiest way to install the module is to download it from within SCLive then type:

uselivemod ~/Desktop/<modulename.mo>

Note: As I am sure you realize ~/Desktop is the default location for the downloaded files from firefox.

Alternatively you can add the module inside the /modules directory of your SCLive ISO file and burn a new ISO file.

Et voila!

David Cabanis.

xpdf Module for SCLive

July 27, 2006 Leave a comment

Introduction

This module will allow you to view pdf documents. It’s a very light module (In the spirit of SCLive) and therefore you should not expect something in par with Adobe’s pdf reader. Still it’s good enough for generic usage.

Details

The module once installed will copy its executable inside the /usr/bin directory.

To invoke xpdf, simply type: xpdf <filename> as a command inside a terminal window.

You can also configure firefox to automatically open pdf documents by associating pdf documents with the executable located at /usr/bin/xpdf .

Downloading

The module can be downloaded HERE.

Installing

The easiest way to install the module is to download it from within SCLive then type:

uselivemod ~/Desktop/<modulename>

Note: As I am sure you realize ~/Desktop is the default location for the downloaded files from firefox.

Alternatively you can add the module inside the /modules directory of your SCLive ISO file and burn a new ISO file.

Et voila!

David Cabanis.