4 Getting Started with CLIM 2.0
tarfacility. The files for any given platform are contained in two
tararchive, common to all platforms, contains the documentation.
tararchive contains files specific to the platform.
tarfiles containing the documentation and platform-specific files in the CD-ROM distribution. If you obtain the distribution by means other than CD-ROM, the names of the
tarfiles may differ.
|All||Shared between all ports|
|SPARC/Solaris a||Platform-specific files|
If you have obtained the distribution on CD-ROM, use the following procedures to extract the product files from the tar files:
tar xvf device
tarcommand, device is the device that represents the CD-ROM drive;
common-clim.tarthe name of the
tarfile that contains the documentation; and platform_tar_file is the name of the
tarfile that contains files specific to your platform. For the device that represents your CD-ROM drive, see the documentation for your platform. For the names of the
tarfiles in the CD-ROM distribution, see Table 4.1.
tarcommand extracts the product files from the CD-ROM into the directories in the Lisp Library Area under
lcl/5-0/*(see Section 2.2), automatically creating any missing directories.
tarfiles on your local disk, use the following procedures to extract the product files from the
tarfiles. If they end with the suffix
.Z, they have been compressed, using the UNIX
compressfacility. Use the following UNIX command to uncompress the files:
common-clim.Zis the name of the compressed
tarfile that contains the documentation, and platform_tar_file
.Zis the name of the compressed
tarfile that contains files specific to your platform. The
.Zwith the uncompressed files
tar xvf - <
common-clim.tartar xvf - < platform_tar_file
tarcommand extracts the product files from the
tarfiles into the directories in the Lisp Library Area
lcl/5-0/* (see Section 2.2), automatically creating any missing directories.
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