Fr0st is still under heavy development, but it’s starting to look more and more like a usable program. To try it out, you’ll need to get a copy of the latest version first, which can be downloaded here:
(click on the “Download GNU tarball” link at the bottom)
For the final 1.0 release, we’ll provide binary files. However, since fr0st is still in beta and changes day to day, you’ll have to run the source version for now.
You’ll need the following installed:
Just run fr0st.py and you’ll be good to go.
These instructions have been tested in Ubuntu 9.04 only. You’ll need the following:
-python2.6.x (comes preinstalled)
-wxpython: sudo apt-get install wx-gtk2.8
-numpy: sudo apt-get install python-numpy
To install flam3 as a shared library, do the following:
-Add this software source:
deb http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian etch main
-Get the following through your package manager:
-Get the source tree (http://flam3.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/flam3/branches/early-clip/src)
You can also get it via SVN: svn co https://flam3.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/flam3/branches/early-clip/src flam3-2.8
-In the folder you downloaded it to, type the following commands:
sudo make install
Just run ./fr0st.py and you’ll be good to go.
I don’t have a mac, so I’d appreciate if anyone could let me know the specific steps required. It shouldn’t be hard to figure out based on the windows and linux instructions found on this page.