A file `asir.tgz' suitable for the target machine/architecture
is required. After getting it,
you have to unpack it by
gzip. First of all, determine
a derectory where binaries and library files are installed.
We call the directory the library directory.
The following installs the files in `/usr/local/lib/asir'.
# gzip -dc asir.tgz | ( cd /usr/local/lib; tar xf - )
In this case you don't have to set any environment variable.
You can install them elsewhere.
% gzip -dc asir.tgz | ( cd $HOME; tar xf - )
In this case you have to set the name of the library directory
to the environment variable
% setenv ASIR_LIBDIR $HOME/asir
Asir itself is in the library directory. It will be convenient to create a symbolic link to it from `/usr/local/bin' or the user's search path.
# ln -s /usr/local/lib/asir/asir /usr/local/bin/asir
Then you can start `asir'.
% /usr/local/bin/asir This is Risa/Asir, Version 20000821. Copyright (C) FUJITSU LABORATORIES LIMITED. 1994-2000. All rights reserved. 
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