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<ul><li>Littlecms libraries installed and Scribus compiled with lcms support. You can tell by looking at <strong>Help > About Scribus</strong> and looking for C-C-T. The first C means Scribus is compiled with littlecms support. </li>
<li>You need a <strong>minimum</strong> of 1 RGB and 1 CMYK profile. Scribus 1.2.3+ provides two basic profiles to ensure CMS can be enabled immediately. In practical terms, you need more. One sRGB for most RGB colors and one for each color device. One for your monitor which is created with monitor profiling tools. Several CMYK profiles for printing. Some CMYK profiles are known as "press-standards", in that they represent common commercial print standards used in North America and Europe. The best bet is to download the "Windows" version of the Adobe ICC profile package and unzip it into a directory like $home/.colors/icc. You can also download freely distributable profiles from the <a href="http://www.scribus.org.uk/modules.php?op=modload&name=Downloads&file=index&req=viewdownload&cid=16">ICC downloads</a> section on <a href="http://www.scribus.net">www.scribus.net</a> </li>
<li>As of Scribus 1.2.3, by default on Linux, Scribus will look in:
<pre>$home/.color/icc</pre> and <pre>/usr/share/color/icc/</pre><pre>/usr/local/share/color/icc/</pre>
<pre>$home/.color/icc</pre> and <pre>/usr/share/color/icc/</pre>
for both personal icc profiles or system wide ones. There is a small, but growing collection of freely available icc profiles for download on <a href="http://www.scribus.net">www.scribus.net</a>. Look in the Downloads > ICC section. Scribus on Windows or MacOSX will look in the default system directories. Earlier versions of Scribus will look in the directory specified in preferences.</li>
<li>If you are new to color management, please look over the links and documentation on color management listed on www.scribus.net. These explain the theory and concepts far better than I could here.</li></ul>
<h4>Overview</h4>
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<qt>
<title>Installation of Scribus</title>
<h2>Installation of Scribus</h2>
<title>Installation of Scribus - Linux/Unix</title>
<h2>Installation of Scribus Linux/Unix</h2>
 
<p>The installation process of Scribus depends on the distribution of Linux/Unix that you are using. This is the case just like it is for any program you may wish to install. The following are examples for how to install Scribus on various distributions:</p>
<table border="1">
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<ol>
<li>Qt 3.3.0+, both the runtime libraries and development libraries. We recommend using Qt 3.3.4+. <strong>Qt =&#060; 3.2.x is not supported.</strong></li>
<li>Python and python-devel libraries 2.3+. You can disable Python support with <code>configure --without-python</code>. Python 2.2 is not supported.</li>
<li>Freetype2 2.1.3+. Due to various freetype2 bugs, we recommend, if your distro/OS allows, to use 2.1.10+</li>
<li>Freetype2 2.1.7+. Due to various freetype2 bugs, we recommend, if your distro/OS allows, to use 2.1.10+</li>
<li>libart_lgpl 2.3.10+, 2.3.17+ recommended.</li>
<li>libxml 2.6+.</li>
<li>Ghostscript 7.07+ or AFPL Ghostscript 8.53+ is highly recommended.</li>
<li>PostScript-Fonts. TrueType Fonts. Scribus also can support OpenType fonts both TrueType and Type 1 Outline OpenType Fonts in 1.1.1+.</li>
</ol>
<h3>Optionally:</h3>
<ul>
<li>CUPS development librairies - Scribus now directly supports printing with CUPS.</li>
<li>Gimp Print development librairies - Scribus now directly supports the Gimp Print plug-in with CUPS.</li>
<li>Littlecms - also known as lcms in some distros. Minimum 1.09, 1.14+ recommended. lcms 1.12+ has support for black point generation.</li>
<li>tkinter - for the font sampler script</li>
<li>python-imaging libaries for font sampler script preview</li>
<li>openssl-devel (Some distros enable ssl support for CUPS, notably Suse Linux)</li>
<li>fontconfig-devel - for auto discovery of fonts on Linux, MacOSX and Unix. Not needed on Windows.</li>
</ul>
<p>Scribus will run under most any window manager and does not require KDE
itself. However, drag and drop functionality will be lost without KDE. One
of the Scribus developers runs Gnome. The author of this documentation has
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<pre>man gcc</pre>
</td></tr></table></blockquote>
for detailed options</p>
<h3>Optionally:</h3>
<ul>
<li>CUPS development librairies - Scribus now directly supports printing
with CUPS.</li>
<li>Gimp Print development librairies - Scribus now directly supports the
Gimp Print plug-in with CUPS.</li>
<li>Littlecms - also known as lcms in some distros. Minimum 1.09, 1.12+ recommended. lcms 1.12+ has support for black point generation.</li>
<li>tkinter - for the font sampler script</li>
<li>python-imaging libaries for font sampler script preview</li>
<li>openssl-devel (Some distros enable ssl support for CUPS, notably Suse Linux)</li>
<li>fontconfig-devel - for auto discovery of fonts on Linux, MacOSX and Unix. Not needed on Windows.</li>
</ul>
 
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<h2>A Quick Start Guide to Monitor Profiling with littlecms</h2>
 
<h4>Overview</h4>
<p><em>Author's note, the littlecms profilers are no longer directly available from littecms, nor are they supported by the littlecms author. Some distros do have them in package form, as well as source mirrors. Google is your friend. However, nothing else on Linux is capable of the profile creation so easily as the profile construction tools. They are worth tracking down in rpm or other package form.</em></p>
<p><em>Author's note, the littlecms profilers are no longer directly available from littecms, but they have been picked up by some volunteers and its is now a separate project from littlecms, nor are they supported by the littlecms author. Some distros do have them in package form, as well as source mirrors. Google is your friend. However, nothing else on Linux is capable of the profile creation so easily as the profile construction tools. They are worth tracking down in rpm or other package form.</em> Otherwise, visit <a href="http://lprof.sourceforge.net">http://lprof.sourceforge.net</a>. Note also these notes are based on the original package and will be updated for the new profilers soon. </p>
 
<p>One of the best tools with littlecms is the profile construction tools. </a>. There are five separate tools included in the package:</p>
 
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<h4>Installation</h4>
 
<p>It is simple to untar and simply type <code>make</code> in the source directory. This will build all five tools and leave the executables in the root source directory. If you are fussy like me, you can go in an hand edit the make files to taste. There is an option to compile this as a KDE application, but if KDE is in a non standard location, it will not compile in this manner. There is also available a patch availabe which enables correct compiling on Qt 3.x. Note: lprof as the package of tools is known is now a separate project. See: http://lprof.sourceforge.net</p>
<p>It is simple to untar and simply type <code>make</code> in the source directory. This will build all five tools and leave the executables in the root source directory. If you are fussy like me, you can go in an hand edit the make files to taste. There is an option to compile this as a KDE application, but if KDE is in a non standard location, it will not compile in this manner. There is also available a patch availabe which enables correct compiling on Qt 3.x.<strong> Note: lprof as the package of tools is known is now a separate project. See: <a href="http://lprof.sourceforge.net">http://lprof.sourceforge.net</a></strong></p>
 
<h4>Preparation</h4>
 
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<p>The last step is to <strong>click go</strong> and the profiler will create the icm file. This takes but a second or two. Now you can close the profiler for now.</p>
 
<p>Then, copy the profile to the Scribus profiles directory from a console to $home/.color/icc : <code># cp ./d650023.icm $home/.color/icc</code> This is one the default directories Scribus will search for profiles.
<p>Then, copy the profile to the Scribus profiles directory from a console to $home/.color/icc : <code>$ cp ./d650023.icm $home/.color/icc</code> This is one the default directories Scribus will search for profiles.
</p>
 
<p>Now Scribus can use this profile for more accurately managing screen previews. Start or restart Scribus and go <strong>Settings &gt; Color Management</strong>. Enable color management and select the monitor profile as below:</p>