Config.sys is not altered, so a re-boot is not required.
- Download 'Calydos.zip' into a newly created directory, e.g. 'c:\Calydos'
- In that directory: enter 'unzip Calydos'
- enter install.
You should place the Calydos-program-directory on a disk-drive of adequate free
disk space. Please take into account that (for the current version) program and database
must reside in the same directory and that the database may grow to some size. This is due to
the fact that for each processed image a thumbnail image is created and stored in the
database-directory. Though configurable in size one image takes up about 100 kb (additional
database-space is negligable). So you should expect about 1 GB disk space for every 10.000 images.
Install over an existing version:
- Simply unzip the download-file 'Calydos.zip' into your existing directory.
- If your current version is of before May 12, 2005 then you must
migrate your old images-database.
|Calydos.zip (1,990 kb)
|What you still need...
vrobj.zip (400 kb)
Vrobj.dll is a DLL which is used by many programs and most probably you
already have it somewhere on your system (in the LIBPATH). If not or if the version
that you have is older than 06-06-1995 then you must download it here and unzip it into
libc06r1.zip (468 kb)
If you have image-files in RAW-data-format and want to display them in Calydos then
you need the file libc06r1.dll from Innotek's GCC 3.3.5.
Download libc06r1.zip and unzip libc06r1.dll into x:\os2\dll.
| Note for
users of digital camera:
In case you already have installed one or both of the programs
or Camera (by Rich Walsh)
you should delete from the Calydos program directory these files:
otherwise you might not be able to use the Camera-function in Calydos because of a possible version-conflict.