To install SCS, simply double-click on the install.jar file in the file manager (Windows), or type
from the directory that contains the jar file.
The opening screen is shown in Figure 1. Click the “Next” button to continue.
Next the license agreement is shown (Figure 2). To continue the installation, select “I accept the terms of this license agreement” and click the “Next” button.
The next screen allows the user to select which packs to install (Figure 3). The Core pack is required and consists of the SCS executable and libraries. The Source pack installs the SCS source code and the Documentation pack installs the user and developer guides. After selecting which packs to install, click the “Next” button to continue the installation.
The path selection screen is shown next (Figure 4). This allows the user to select where SCS will be installed. Either enter the full path manually, or click the “Browse” button to select a path using a file manager GUI. After selecting the installation path, click the “Next” button to continue.
If the installation path does not already exist, a warning dialog will appear informing the user that the target directory will be created (Figure 5). To accept the warning and continue with installation (allowing creation of the new directory), click “Ok”. Otherwise, click “Cancel”.
The progress of the installation is then shown as the transfer of files proceeds (Figure 6). Once this process has completed, click the “Next” button to continue (Figure 7).
The shortcut setup screen is then displayed (Figure 8) which allows the user to create shortcuts to SCS in the Programs menu as well as the desktop. After selecting which shortcuts to create and where to create them, click the “Next” button to complete the installation.
The installation of SCS is now complete (Figure 9). To exit the installation program, click the “Done” button. The uninstaller is created in the Uninstaller subdirectory of the installation path. It can be executed by running
from the installation path.