Simple ... perhaps?
But unfortunately incompletely instructed for the novice to follow.
Step (1) indicates where to acquire the source.
Step (2) indicates how to launch the installer.
What's missing is how to get it downloaded, where to place it, how to decompress it (including possibly, where to place the extracted files/folders and perhaps the folder name, if a folder needs created manually).
I attempted to "guess" the above missing steps to the best of my intuition. I downloaded the tar file with my Windows workstation and used the Webmin console's upload function. I selected upload to '/', with the "decompress then delete" option. It completed successfully and I had a new folder in the root called, "turnkeylinux-tklpatch-f9f8506".
So in continuing the intuitive guessing, I continued with step (2), figuring the 'tklpatch directory' was that new top-level folder created;
root@core ~# cd /turnkeylinux-tklpatch-f9f8506 root@core /turnkeylinux-tklpatch-f9f8506# make install -bash: make: command not found root@core /turnkeylinux-tklpatch-f9f8506#
Well, so much for intuition.
Help, anyone !
BTW: I did try the 'git' option. Cut-n-pasted the command directly at the 'root@core ~#' prompt. Unfortunately I receive the same 'command not found' as above.
When does the simple part start. ::grin::