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few updates of README.md file

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First of all, you should install dependencies to compile clsync. As you can
see from GNUmakefile clsync depends only on "glib-2.0", so on debian-like
systems you should execute something like "apt-get install libglib2.0-dev".
see from GNUmakefile clsync depends only on "glib-2.0" and "mhash", so on
debian-like systems you should execute something like
"apt-get install libglib2.0-dev libmhash-dev".
Next step is generating Makefile. To do that usually it's enought to execute
"autoreconf -i && ./configure".
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6. Example of usage
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Example of usage, that works on my PC is in directory "example". Just run
"clsync-start.sh" and try to create/modify/delete files/dirs in
Example of usage, that works on my PC is in directory "examples". Just run
"clsync-start-simple.sh" and try to create/modify/delete files/dirs in
"example/testdir/from". All modifications should appear (with some delay) in
directory "example/testdir/to" ;)
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