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theShell

theShell

Down at its core, it's up for anything.

And it's easy to download too.

But first,

Here are some things you might need to know.

Let's do it!

Which branch of theShell do you want to use?

theShell Stable

Recommended for most users

theShell Blueprint

Recommended for the early testers

You can install both next to each other!

Let's get theShell Stable!

theShell Stable is the branch of theShell where everything has been tested and should be stable enough for daily use.

Arch Linux

Install the theshell package from the Arch User Repository.
Use of an AUR helper is recommended as there are a lot of dependencies to install.

Build from source

If theShell is not packaged for your distribution, you can build theShell from source yourself.

  1. Install dependencies of theShell.
  2. Download the sources of theShell. git clone https://github.com/vicr123/theshell cd theshell
  3. Build theShell qmake theShell.pro make
  4. Install theShell make install

Let's get theShell Blueprint!

theShell Blueprint is the branch of theShell where breaking changes may happen at any time. However, you get to test the newest features of theShell. It's recommended that you do not use theShell Blueprint as your daily driver.

Arch Linux

Install the theshell-blueprint package from the Arch User Repository.
Use of an AUR helper is recommended as there are a lot of dependencies to install.

Build from source

If theShell is not packaged for your distribution, you can build theShell from source yourself.

  1. Install dependencies of theShell.
  2. Download the sources of theShell Blueprint. git clone https://github.com/vicr123/theshell#branch=blueprint cd theshell
  3. Build theShell in Blueprint mode qmake "CONFIG+=blueprint" theShell.pro make
  4. Install theShell Blueprint make install

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Any issues?

If you think you've found a bug, I'd appreciate it if you'd report it on the GitHub Issues page. Thanks!

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