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Bokken has been developed and tested on Linux although it should also run in Windows and OSX. The instructions below focus on those platforms

Debian/Ubuntu OS X Windows Manual

Broken Debian/Ubuntu (v1.6)

Do you want to install Bokken in Debian, Ubuntu, or another modern Debian derivative (emDebian, Linex, etc.) without the additional hassle of downloading, unpacking, and even compiling stuff? If that's the case, you can directly install it from the main repositories (chances are high if you are in Debian or Ubuntu)

The main packager for all the Inguma work is a Debian developer, so all the work ends up in Debian, and is transmitted in some time to Ubuntu at the very least.

apt-get install bokken
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Broken OS X (v1.6)

Bokken can be installed on OS X easily using the Homebrew package manager, just type:

 brew install bokken

If you don't have Hombrew installed you can do it by typing:

ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
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Windows

The best way to install Bokken on Windows is to download and install the Windows installer. It will take care of all the dependencies, if you need it, and allow you to start using Bokken in just a few clicks.

Manual Windows installation

In order to manually install Bokken running on Windows, the following has to be installed and added to the PATH:

Once the requirements are installed, getting Bokken working is pretty easy; just download the package and uncompress it.

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Manual installation

If none of the above works for you, the Bokken dependencies have to be installed manually on your platform and added to the system PATH.

See the Windows installation instructions for a list of dependencies

Once the requirements are installed, getting Bokken working is pretty easy; just download the package and uncompress it.

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