How to run Squeak on Raspberry Pi

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How to run Squeak on Raspberry Pi

Kirk Fraser
Thanks Tim for this help.

1) Download squeak and extract it.
2) Copy these three files from contents/resources to squeak folder
A '.image' file - you'll find Squeak4.5-13860.image 
A '.changes' file - you'll find Squeak4.5-13860.changes 
A '.sources' file - should be Squeak4.1.sources
3) open a terminal type in squeak or
4) make a desktop file "squeak" with the content "squeak" and it works.

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