[Digikam-users] (no subject)

Phil philtuckey at free.fr
Fri May 23 20:17:43 BST 2014

Hi Wilfried
In this context, # represents the shell prompt in a terminal, which may 
be different on your system.
After installing MacPorts you have to open a terminal and enter the command:
"sudo port install digikam"
(without the quotes). Then you will be asked to type in your password.
After that you will see all the bits and pieces needed for digikam being 
installed, which will take a long time.

On 20/05/14 15:28, & Wilfried STENGEL Bärbel wrote:
> Hallo,
> I want to use ‚digikam‘ on an iMac. After installing ‚Macports‘ the
> command is # sudo install digikam.
> What does this # mean?
> Best greetings
> wilfried
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