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 Alternatively,​ you may run the Package Manager yourself. The figure above shows what ProM 6.x Package Manager looks like when it is run for the first time. As this figure shows, initially no additional packages have been installed. You should now install these additional ProM 6.x packages, and for this you need to take the following steps: Alternatively,​ you may run the Package Manager yourself. The figure above shows what ProM 6.x Package Manager looks like when it is run for the first time. As this figure shows, initially no additional packages have been installed. You should now install these additional ProM 6.x packages, and for this you need to take the following steps:
-  - Select the "Not installed"​ tab. +  - Select the "Not installed"​ tab (if not preselected)
-  - Select the master package (6.0: "​BPM2010",​ 6.1-2: "​AllPackages",​ 6.3+: "​EstablishedPackages"​) package.+  - Select the master package (6.0: "​BPM2010",​ 6.1-2: "​AllPackages",​ 6.3-4: "​EstablishedPackages", 6.4.1: "​RunnerUpPackages") package ​(if not preselected).
   - Select the "​Install"​ button (as shown in the figure below).   - Select the "​Install"​ button (as shown in the figure below).
  
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 ProM 6.x Package Manager will now install the master package and all the packages it depends on. As the master package depends on all other required additional ProM 6.x packages, after having installed this package, all these packages will be installed. If you now return to the "Up to date" tab, you will see that a lot of packages have now been installed. Your installation of ProM 6.x is now complete, and, you can close ProM 6.x Package Manager. ProM 6.x Package Manager will now install the master package and all the packages it depends on. As the master package depends on all other required additional ProM 6.x packages, after having installed this package, all these packages will be installed. If you now return to the "Up to date" tab, you will see that a lot of packages have now been installed. Your installation of ProM 6.x is now complete, and, you can close ProM 6.x Package Manager.
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 +=== Issues when completing the installation ===
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 +The packages that are being installed may depend on the actual operating system (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X) and the actual version of Java (32 bit, 64 bit) you're using. If both the operating system and Java are 64-bit-enabled,​ then 64-bit versions will be downloaded, otherwise 32-bit versions will be downloaded. :!: If you decide to change from a 32-bit version of Java to a 64-bit version of Java (or vice versa), then you need to install these packages again. If you make such a change, it is best to first remove all packages, and then install all again, just to be sure.
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 +It is possible that the .exe versions of ProM and the Package Manager (only available in a release) use a different version of Java as the .bat versions do. It is possible that the .bat version of ProM use a 32-bit version of Java, whereas the .exe version use a 64-bit version. If needed, please edit the .bat file such that it uses the same (or at least a compatible) version of Java as the .exe version uses.
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 ==== The first run of ProM ==== ==== The first run of ProM ====
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