The LispWorks 7.0 installer contains each of the Editions. Additionally, there may be a patch installer which upgrades LispWorks to version 7.0.x. You need to complete the main installation before adding patches.
See Uninstalling LispWorks for FreeBSD for instructions.
By default LispWorks is installed in
/usr/local/lib/LispWorks. A symbolic link to the 32-bit executable is placed in
/usr/local/bin/lispworks-7-0-0-x86-freebsd. A symbolic link to the 64-bit executable is placed in
/usr/bin/lispworks-7-0-0-amd64-freebsd. However, the software package is relocatable, and the
-p option can be used to allow the installation of LispWorks in a user-specified directory. The default prefix is
the Personal Edition by default installs in
/usr/local/lib/LispWorksPersonal. Do not attempt to to install different editions in the same location, since some filenames coincide and uninstallation may break.
pkg_add -p <directory> lispworks-32bit-7.0.tgz
Note: LispWorks needs to be able find its library at runtime and therefore the LispWorks installation should not be moved around piecemeal. If you simply want to run LispWorks from somewhere more convenient, then consider adding a symbolic link.
See Running LispWorks for instructions on entering your license details.
Non-root users should use the above installation procedure, but must specify the
-p option to set a prefix a directory that is writable and also the -R option to prevent the package manager from attempting to update the package database.
After completing the main installation of LispWorks, ensure you install the latest patches from the package file available for download at
. Patch installation instructions are in the README file accompanying the patch download.
LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide - 2 Mar 2015