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==System Requirements==
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{{ActualVersion|0.12.4}}
* Linux/Unix; Windows 2000/NT/XP/Vista; MacOS X 10.3.x or greater.
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== System Requirements ==
* A 3D graphics card with a support for OpenGL.
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'''Minimum:'''<br>
* A dark room for realistic rendering - details like the Milky Way or star twinkling can't be seen in a bright room.
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Linux/Unix; Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8; 64-bit Mac OS X 10.6.8 or greater<ref>Version 0.10.6 required OS X 10.5. Version 0.10.2 runs on OS X 10.3.9</ref><br>
* Minimum of 256 MiB RAM, 1 GiB or more required for the largest star catalogues.
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3D graphics card which supports OpenGL 1.2<br>
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256 MB RAM<br>
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• 120 MB free on disk<br>
  
==Downloading==
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'''Recommended:'''<br>
You should visit the . Download packages for various platforms are available directly from the main page. Choose the correct package for your operating system.  
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• Linux/Unix; Windows XP/Vista/7/8; 64-bit Mac OS X 10.7.0 or greater<br>
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• 3D graphics card which supports OpenGL 2.1 or greater<br>
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• 1 GB RAM or more<br>
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• 1.5 GB free on disk<br>
  
==Installation==
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* A dark room for realistic rendering — details like the Milky Way or star twinkling can't be seen in a bright room.
===Windows===
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# Double click on the stellarium-0.10.2.exe file to run the installer.
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== Downloading ==
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Download the correct package for your operating system directly from the [http://stellarium.org main page].
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== Installation ==
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=== Windows ===
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# Double click on the stellarium-0.12.2-win32.exe file to run the installer.
 
# Follow the on-screen instructions.
 
# Follow the on-screen instructions.
  
===MacOS X===
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=== MacOS X ===
# Locate the stellarium-0.10.2.dmg file in finder and double click on it, or open it using the disk copy program.  
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# Locate the Stellarium-0.12.3.dmg<ref>Or Stellarium-0.10.6-PPC.dmg for PowerPC MacOS X</ref> file in Finder and double click on it or open it using the Disk Utility application. Now, a new disk appears on your desktop and Stellarium is in it.
# Have a browse of the readme file, and drag Stellarium to the Applications folder (or somewhere else if you prefer).
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# Open the new disk and please take a moment to read the ReadMe file. Then drag Stellarium to the Applications folder.
# Note that it is better to copy Stellarium out of the .dmg file to run it - some users have reported problems when running directly from the .dmg file.
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# Note: You should copy Stellarium to the Applications folder before running it some users have reported problems running it directly from the disk image (.dmg).
  
===Linux===
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=== Linux ===
Check if your distribution has a package for Stellarium already - if so you're probably best off using it. If not, you can download and build the source. See  for detailed instructions.
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Check if your distribution has a package for Stellarium already if so you're probably best off using it. If not, you can download and build the source.
  
==Running Stellarium==
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== Running Stellarium ==
 
* '''Windows''' The Stellarium installer creates an item in the Start Menu under in Programs section. Select this to run Stellarium.
 
* '''Windows''' The Stellarium installer creates an item in the Start Menu under in Programs section. Select this to run Stellarium.
* '''MacOS X''' Double click on Stellarium (wherever you put it).  
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* '''MacOS X''' Double click on the Stellarium application. Add it to your Dock for quick access.  
 
* '''Linux''' If your distribution had a package you'll probably already have an item in the Gnome or KDE application menus. If not, just use a open a terminal and type stellarium.
 
* '''Linux''' If your distribution had a package you'll probably already have an item in the Gnome or KDE application menus. If not, just use a open a terminal and type stellarium.
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== References ==
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<references/>
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{{Template:LRCNavigation|Introduction|Stellarium User Guide|Interface Guide}}
  
 
[[Category:Stellarium User Guide]]
 
[[Category:Stellarium User Guide]]

Latest revision as of 16:49, 4 October 2013

Information is actual for version 0.12.4

Contents

[edit] System Requirements

Minimum:
• Linux/Unix; Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8; 64-bit Mac OS X 10.6.8 or greater[1]
• 3D graphics card which supports OpenGL 1.2
• 256 MB RAM
• 120 MB free on disk

Recommended:
• Linux/Unix; Windows XP/Vista/7/8; 64-bit Mac OS X 10.7.0 or greater
• 3D graphics card which supports OpenGL 2.1 or greater
• 1 GB RAM or more
• 1.5 GB free on disk

  • A dark room for realistic rendering — details like the Milky Way or star twinkling can't be seen in a bright room.

[edit] Downloading

Download the correct package for your operating system directly from the main page.

[edit] Installation

[edit] Windows

  1. Double click on the stellarium-0.12.2-win32.exe file to run the installer.
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions.

[edit] MacOS X

  1. Locate the Stellarium-0.12.3.dmg[2] file in Finder and double click on it or open it using the Disk Utility application. Now, a new disk appears on your desktop and Stellarium is in it.
  2. Open the new disk and please take a moment to read the ReadMe file. Then drag Stellarium to the Applications folder.
  3. Note: You should copy Stellarium to the Applications folder before running it — some users have reported problems running it directly from the disk image (.dmg).

[edit] Linux

Check if your distribution has a package for Stellarium already — if so you're probably best off using it. If not, you can download and build the source.

[edit] Running Stellarium

  • Windows The Stellarium installer creates an item in the Start Menu under in Programs section. Select this to run Stellarium.
  • MacOS X Double click on the Stellarium application. Add it to your Dock for quick access.
  • Linux If your distribution had a package you'll probably already have an item in the Gnome or KDE application menus. If not, just use a open a terminal and type stellarium.

[edit] References

  1. Version 0.10.6 required OS X 10.5. Version 0.10.2 runs on OS X 10.3.9
  2. Or Stellarium-0.10.6-PPC.dmg for PowerPC MacOS X
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