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* Open the tar.gz archive and copy directory to the location of your choice.  Run the Slicer executable.
 
* Open the tar.gz archive and copy directory to the location of your choice.  Run the Slicer executable.
 
* Remove the directory to uninstall
 
* Remove the directory to uninstall
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==== Platform Notes ====
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The following may be needed on fresh debian
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sudo apt-get install libpulse-dev libnss3

Revision as of 10:39, 5 February 2019

Home < Documentation < 4.10 < SlicerApplication < Installation



Overview

Slicer is generally simple to install on all platforms. It is possible to install multiple versions of the application on the same user account and they will not interfere with each other.

If you run into mysterious problems with your installation you can try deleting the Settings Files

Installation / Uninstallation

Windows

  • Run the installer
  • Run Slicer from the start menu
  • Use the uninstaller to remove the application

Mac

  • Drag the Slicer application to your Applications folder or other location of your choice.
  • You cannot install extensions into the read-only volume so you must copy before installing extensions.
  • Delete the Slicer.app folder to uninstall

Linux

  • Open the tar.gz archive and copy directory to the location of your choice. Run the Slicer executable.
  • Remove the directory to uninstall

Platform Notes

The following may be needed on fresh debian

sudo apt-get install libpulse-dev libnss3