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Maze for Linux

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Installation

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Do I need the root privileges in order to install maze?

In what directory maze should be installed?

Do I need to install any shared libraries?

How to upgrade maze to a newer version?

How to uninstall maze?


 

Do I need the root privileges in order to install maze?

No. Maze can be installed under your home directory. The root or superuser access is needed only if you want to install maze in a directory where only a superuser has permission to write. For example, it can be /bin, /usr/bin, /user/local/bin, etc.

 

In what directory maze should be installed?

Maze can be installed in any directory listed in your PATH.

 

Do I need to install any shared libraries?

No, because maze binary is linked statically.

 

How to upgrade maze to a newer version?

Simply replace the old maze binary with a new one.

 

How to uninstall maze?

Delete maze binary. Maze also creates a directory ".maze/" where it stores your application output from each run. If you no longer need the results, remove the directory manually.

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