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Date:      Sun, 12 Mar 1995 13:38:17 +0059 (MET)
From:      Andreas Schulz <ats@g386bsd.first.gmd.de>
To:        kleymeer@telalink.net (Chris Kleymeer)
Cc:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: Installing Kermit
Message-ID:  <199503121238.NAA10117@g386bsd.first.gmd.de>
In-Reply-To: <199503120231.UAA14263@eden.telalink.net> from "Chris Kleymeer" at Mar 11, 95 08:31:20 pm

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>      I just ftp'd kermit from the tools subdir in 2.0. The file had no ext.
> and was about 480k.

Should be about 458k ?  Did you set the binary mode for the ftp transfer ?

> My problem is now that I have it how do I get it installed and running. The
> problem is the same for the rest of the tools in the dir. I also tried to
> use the cksum in the directory but it gives 
> me errors. Anything at all that could help me out here would be greatly
> appreciated. Many thanks in advance!

Move it into /usr/local/bin. Maybe you need to first create that directory
with a "mkdir -p /usr/local/bin". Look at the permission of kermit, i have
found that just as "-r--r--r--" on my server, so you need to do a 
"chmod +x kermit" so that you can call it and then simply use it.
Something like "/usr/local/bin/kermit" should give you the running kermit.
Read the shell man page with a "man csh" how to set your "path" so that
you can also call it later with a simple "kermit".


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