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3 Installation

You can install LibreJS directly using a generated librejs.xpi file, or by building it from source.

3.1 Building the Package

After installing jpm, you should be able to use the make command to build LibreJS from source.

After running make, a new file, librejs.xpi should be generated. This is the file that can be installed in a Mozilla browser.

3.2 Installing LibreJS

To install the add-on for all users, run:

sudo make install

or as root:

make install

Next time you open a Mozilla-browser as a user of your system, you should be notified that a new add-on (in this case, LibreJS) as been installed and whether to allow it to run or not.