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#PyBitmessage Installation Instructions
# PyBitmessage Installation Instructions
For an up-to-date version of these instructions, please visit the
[Bitmessage Wiki](https://bitmessage.org/wiki/Compiling_instructions).
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PyBitmessage can be run either straight from source or from an installed
package.
##Dependencies
## Dependencies
Before running PyBitmessage, make sure you have all the necessary dependencies
installed on your system.
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- openssl
- (Fedora & Redhat only) openssl-compat-bitcoin-libs
##Running PyBitmessage
## Running PyBitmessage
PyBitmessage can be run two ways: straight from source or via a package which
is installed on your system. Since PyBitmessage is Beta, it is best to run
PyBitmessage from source, so that you may update as needed.
####Updating
#### Updating
To update PyBitmessage from source (Linux/OS X), you can do these easy steps:
```
cd PyBitmessage/src/
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```
Voilà! Bitmessage is updated!
####Linux
#### Linux
To run PyBitmessage from the command-line, you must download the source, then
run `src/bitmessagemain.py`.
```
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That's it! *Honestly*!
####Windows
#### Windows
On Windows you can download an executable for Bitmessage
[here](https://bitmessage.org/download/windows/Bitmessage.exe).
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go [here](https://bitmessage.org/wiki/Compiling_instructions#Windows) for
information on how to do so.
####OS X
#### OS X
First off, install Homebrew.
```
ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
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cd PyBitmessage && python src/bitmessagemain.py
```
##Creating a package for installation
## Creating a package for installation
If you really want, you can make a package for PyBitmessage, which you may
install yourself or distribute to friends. This isn't recommended, since
PyBitmessage is in Beta, and subject to frequent change.
####Linux
#### Linux
First off, since PyBitmessage uses something nifty called
[packagemonkey](https://github.com/fuzzgun/packagemonkey), go ahead and get
that installed. You may have to build it from source.
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slack.sh - create a package for Slackware
```
####OS X
#### OS X
Please refer to
[this page](https://bitmessage.org/forum/index.php/topic,2761.0.html) on the
forums for instructions on how to create a package on OS X.
Please note that some versions of OS X don't work.
###Windows
#TODO: Create Windows package creation instructions
#### Windows
## TODO: Create Windows package creation instructions

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