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Shell.FM 0.5 InstallationRequirements:* libmad* libao (optional)* libtagc (optional)Installation:1. Run "make".2. Run "make install" as root.3. Read the manual for per-user setup information.NOTE: The Makefile uses /usr as PREFIX and $PREFIX/man as MANDIR by default.You can override those on the command line. For example, Debian/Ubuntu usersusually have their manuals in /usr/share/man, so they would install shell-fmlike this:$ make install PREFIX=/usr MANDIR=/usr/share/manNOTE: To install a stripped version of shell-fm (about 10K smaller), use"install-strip" instead of "install":$ make install-stripTo install to a temporary root (for example, when building a binarypackage), you can use the DESTDIR variable, just like with autotoolspackages.