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RE: independence (fwd)
>I've no time to answer this, can somebody else respond?
Some have, but they may have missed something.
>> From: "Shirley Ames" <email@example.com>
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Subject: independence
>> Date: Tue, 22 Jun 1999 16:09:40 -0500
>> What is an independence installation tree, and why will the install not =
>> find it.?I have unzipped the independence file in a directory named =
>> independence. After I have downloaded 250 meg of stuff (on company =
>> time), I am stalled at this.
>> SIR RAT
There are three ways to install Independence. One is with a FTP
install, but it requires a supported NIC. One is with a "built"
distribution, which is made by installing the two big .tar files on top
of a Red Hat 5.2 CD. <This will be missing some patches> The third is
to grab everything in the directory with the two big .tar files. That
is about 400 meg, with the .tar files.
If you FTP everything, there is a very real chance the names will get
massively screwed up. DOS doesn't like more than one "." in a file
name. Neither does Navigator, or IE. They like to change them to "_"
and ignore case. Linux is case sensitive, so this can be a problem.
Does this help?