The runtime directory structure (basically, everything except the image file) should be somewhere publicly readable:
, by default. If there is not enough room in any of the normal publicly accessible locations, you could put a symbolic link there pointing to the installation directory in a partition with more disk space. The installation directory must contain a subdirectory called
Among the directories on this subdirectory are the following:
config-- various files that can be adjusted in order to customize the image (see Configuring your LispWorks installation).
app-defaults-- X/Motif resources for LispWorks and the Lisp Monitor.
postscript-- printer descriptions for the CAPI printing interface.
etc-- the executable for the Lisp Monitor.
load-on-demand-- Lisp library code that is loaded into a running LispWorks system as and when required.
patches-- numbered patches to LispWorks and layered products.
private-patches-- the location to place private (named) patches that Lisp support may send to you.
examples-- directories containing various code examples, including most of the code printed in the user documentation.
translations-- the place for logical pathname translations settings
src-- source code supplied with LispWorks
The following directory also resides here, but comes from the documentation archive:
manual-- has two subdirectories:
offline. The directory
onlinecontains the online documentation. The directory
offline/pdfcontains the complete LispWorks manual set in PDF format.
By default, all these directories are assumed to reside beneath
, although you may place the
directory somewhere else.
For products which support the License Server, there is also a subdirectory of the installation directory called
LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide - 23 Dec 2011