Installation on OpenBSD




WARNING : On OpenBSD OS, this installation request a user with sudo root privileges.
User name must have only English letters and without spaces.


1. Step : Preparation

Give to installation user sudo root privileges.

What is sudo ?

Users in the sudoers list are allowed the privileges to run commands and open files as the root user.

Open the file “sudoers” located at /etc/sudoers using your favorite text editor.
You must have root permissions to be able to edit this file so you will want to open your editor from the command line.

If you use nano editor you can simply enter the following into the Terminal:

nano /etc/sudoers

Once you have the sudoers file open, add as last line:


Ctrl+x to exit from nano and choose save (y/Y).
The new user has now been added to the “sudoers” file and can use the “sudo” command passwordless.



2. Step : Download

Download     to your /home directory

Extract contents





3. Step : Install

Go to CodeTyphonIns directory and execute the "" (as "normal" user with "sudo" root privileges)

To execute from terminal script
   cd CodeTyphonIns                   (go to CodeTyphonIns folder)  
   sh ./                           (execute  

Give zero "0" to Install CodeTyphon



4. Step : Setup and Build

After install script CT automatic will start Setup script info20.


Only for the first time of CodeTyphon installation in your Computer,
From "Setup Script" Select option (0) "Install System Libraries", to install some System Libraries
(2-5 minutes procedure)

From "Setup Script" info20 select option (8) "Remove and Build ALL" to Build Freepascal and Typhon IDE from source.
(10-45 minutes procedure)



5. Step : Use CT

Run Typhon IDE or CodeTyphon Center

Note: After installation you can remove "CodeTyphonIns”  folder