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Contents of README:
NEdit 5.3 binary kits.

Standard binary distributions in compressed tar file format (see below for
more information).  On systems where Motif is not standard, these are
statically linked, so separate Motif or LessTif installation is not

The following binaries have been tested on the following operating systems:

  nedit-5.3-aix-power.tar.Z          AIX 4.2 or higher
  nedit-5.3-hpux.tar.Z               HPUX 10.10 or higher
  nedit-5.3-irix-mips.tar.Z          IRIX 5.3 or higher
  nedit-5.3-linux-alpha.tar.Z        RedHat Linux Alpha 5.2 or higher
  nedit-5.3-linux-x86.tar.Z          RedHat Linux 5.2 or higher
  nedit-5.3-linux-x86.tar.gz         RedHat Linux 5.2 or higher
  nedit-5.3-tru64-alpha.tar.Z        Compaq Tru64 4.0 or higher
  nedit-5.3-cygwin-x86.tar.gz        Windows with Cygwin 1.3.1 (X Server Required)

Linux binaries will usually work with other distributions, however due to the
sheer volume of them it's difficult to tell.  Please report any problems or 
successes to develop@nedit.org so we can extend the list of binary-compatible

Kits for automated installation tools.  NEdit is trivial to install from the
above standard tar file kits, so these are mostly for system administrators
who want the additional tracking they get from the tools.

  nedit-5.3-freebsd4.5-stable.tgz    FreeBSD pkg_add 4.5 or higher
  nedit-5.3-1.i386.rpm               RedHat Linux 5.2 or higher


NEdit consists of a single, stand-alone executable file which does not require
any special installation beyond copying it to your system and making it
accessible to users.

To Install NEdit on Unix Systems:

    1) Copy the appropriate archive file to your system using ftp in binary
       mode, and use gunzip and tar to expand the archive.  For example:
           % uncompress nedit-5.3-irix.tar.Z
           % tar xvf nedit-5.3-irix.tar

       If you don't have "uncompress" on your system, "gunzip" knows
       how to handle it:
           % gunzip nedit-5.3-linux-x86.tar.Z
           % tar xvf nedit-5.3-linux-x86.tar

    2) Copy the files, nedit and nc, to a directory which is referenced in
       the paths of the target users.  The usual location for installing
       nedit for system-wide use is /usr/local/bin, or for individual use,

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[DIR] Parent Directory - [TXT] README 09-Jul-2002 05:02 2.3K [   ] nedit-5.3-1.i386.rpm 10-Jun-2002 16:55 1.0M [   ] nedit-5.3-aix-power.tar.Z 08-Jun-2002 04:03 830K [   ] nedit-5.3-cygwin-x86.tar.gz 08-Jun-2002 04:03 1.0M [   ] nedit-5.3-freebsd4.5-stable.tgz 08-Jun-2002 04:03 351K [   ] nedit-5.3-freebsd5.0-current.tgz 08-Jun-2002 04:03 350K [   ] nedit-5.3-hpux.tar.Z 08-Jun-2002 03:56 842K [   ] nedit-5.3-irix-mips.tar.Z 12-Jun-2002 17:25 843K [   ] nedit-5.3-linux-alpha.tar.Z 08-Jun-2002 03:56 1.8M [   ] nedit-5.3-linux-x86.tar.Z 08-Jun-2002 03:51 1.4M [   ] nedit-5.3-linux-x86.tar.gz 09-Jul-2002 05:00 1.0M [   ] nedit-5.3-os2-x86.zip 19-Jun-2002 13:32 487K [   ] nedit-5.3-solaris-sparc.tar.Z 10-Jul-2002 15:39 752K [   ] nedit-5.3-tru64-alpha.tar.Z 08-Jun-2002 03:51 889K

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