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Kermit 5A(188). C source for VMS, OS/2, OS9 files. Disk 4 of 5.
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Kermit 5A(188). C source for VMS, OS/2, OS9 files. Disk 4 of 5.
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Contents of the CK9INS.DOC file


Version: 5A(188)
Date: November 23, 1992

C-Kermit 5A was adapted to OS-9 by:
Adapted to OS-9 by Christian Hemsing, RWTH, Aachen, Germany
E-Mail: [email protected]

You can obtain C-Kermit from Columbia University via network (Internet or
BITNET/EARN) or by mail order on DOS-format diskette or magnetic tape.
To read DOS-format disks, you need DOS-diskette reading software, which can
be obtained from Microware (the maker of OS-9 itself) or various public domain
utilities that are available free of charge.

To build C-Kermit for OS-9, collect all the C-Kermit source files into a

ckc*.c, ckc*.h, cku*.c, cku*.h, ckwart.c, ckcpro.w, ck9*.*

There are two makefiles: ck9ker.mak and ck9ker.gcc. If you have a running
version of the GNU C compiler, use ck9ker.gcc (it produces smaller, more
efficient code); otherwise use ck9ker.mak which uses the standard OS-9/68k C
compiler. Read the appropropriate makefile, edit the necessary changes
mentioned there, create the subdirectories, and make the new Kermit by typing:

make -f=ck9ker.mak


make -f=ck9ker.gcc

By default, this produces an executable C-Kermit file called wermit. Check
to make sure it runs, then rename it to kermit and put it in the directory you
normally use for programs, such as /h0/cmds, /dd/cmds, or /h5/cmds, or in
any directory in your OS-9 PATH.

any) in your home directory.


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