S T R U C T O R I Z E R - User Guide
Installation > Linux

Download the latest package from http://structorizer.fisch.lu and unzip it somewhere on your hard drive. There is no special installation package. You can simply run the file "structorizer.sh" contained in the unzipped directory. (Of course, you must have installed a suitable Java version before.)

If you'd like to load a diagram upon application startup then just add its file path as argument to the command (you may even put several .nsd, .arr, or .arrz files as arguments at once):

structorizer.sh ~/nsd/myExample.nsd

See Batch Export and Batch Import for a complete list of all command line options for Structorizer. There is also a man page file "Structorizer.1" in the unzipped directory explaining the options and arguments for command line use. You may integrate it into the man directory or just view it using command (where <structorizer_folder> is to be replaced by the actual Structorizer directory, of course)

man -l <structorizer_folder>/Structorizer.1

Debian / Ubuntu

As instigated by Kim Brodowski, since version 3.28-07 there will be an up-to-date Debian package with every new release you may get from the Structorizer download page. The name of the file is structorizer.deb. You may install it with the following command (maybe you'll need super user rights):

dpkg -i structorizer.deb

If no Java is installed, you will have to launch this command to download and install dependencies:

apt-get -f install

Hint: On Ubuntu you may need to edit the file
and comment out the line starting with "assistive_technologies" by placing a # in front.

You may find further helpful information in German about Structorizer installation / usage with Ubuntu on the ubuntuusers Wiki.