Dec 102017
 
Support files #5 for LINUX contains gnu elvis (like vi) editor, etc.
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Support files #5 for LINUX contains gnu elvis (like vi) editor, etc.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
INSTALL.DOC 1327 621 deflated
READ.ME 1182 643 deflated
USRBIN5.TAR 602112 569119 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file


LINUX is a freeware version of the UNIX operating system.

The contents of LINBIN5.ZIP are:

READ.ME
INSTALL.DOC
USRBIN5.TAR

This is the fifth of the archives containing the Linux support
files and binaries. To use this archive you will have had to
obtained LINUX1.ZIP (the root and boot images) and installed
Linux on your hard disk. This package contains many support
tools including elvis the editor, make, sed, basename, em,
egrep.

Some of the file names may be truncated. If a file ends in .t
you may have to rename it so that it ends in .tar.Z so that
you may uncompress it and untar it. Some experimentation on
your part may be necessary.

Because of the size of the Linux operating system, and the difficulty
of obtaining all the pieces without access to Internet, the
feasibility of distribution of Linux via diskette or CD rom is
being discussed. If you have access to SmartNet or RelayNet
(RIME) then you may want to join the Unix conferences to follow
developments. Post your messages to Dick Zuccarini on these nets
or to his BBS at 1-818-894-5355 (Bill of Rights BBS).



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