Xplor 3.851 and Linux

Kay Diederichs Kay.Diederichs at uni-konstanz.de
Tue Jun 3 12:05:36 EST 1997

Brian Marsden wrote:
> I'm sure that the following question has been answered in full before,
> but perusing through DejaNews has not helped:
> I've just installed Linux (RedHat 4.1) onto a Pentium Pro200 with the
> hope that I can run XPlor 3.851 on it. Reading the README file that
> comes with the standard distribution there should be a linux.tar.Z file
> available on the Xplor ftp site in the directory PORT-IT-YOURSELF. But,
> there isn't.
> Can someone enlighten me and let me know where to find it or, even
> better, give me details about the best way to get Xplor compiled?
> Thanks in advance,
> Brian Marsden
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On the official X-PLOR ftp server ( xplor.csb.yale.edu ) there is a
X-PLOR 3.851 ELF executable compiled under RedHat-4.1 Linux 2.0.27 with
f2c/gcc2.7.2 . It should work for you (you might need to install the
f2c-related libraries).

Kay Diederichs                    
email: Kay.Diederichs at uni-konstanz.de     Tel: +49 7531 88 4049  Fax:
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