Yaze 2.01 under Mac OS X 10.3.6

From: Ron Hudson <ron.hudson_at_sbcglobal.net>
Date: Fri Dec 10 10:17:08 2004

An update below...
On Dec 10, 2004, at 7:53 AM, Ron Hudson wrote:

> I have just downloaded Yaze-AG 2.01 from
> http://www.mathematik.uni-ulm.de/users/ag/yaze-ag/
> The install instructions say:
> 4. If you want to run yaze-ag under Mac-OS-X then
> (gcc ?.?.?)
> You have to use the Makefile_solaris
> Refer to section "Solaris".
> Which switches are to set, that I don't know at this time.
> In a console session (iTerm or Terminal) I renamed the Makefile to
> Makefile_save, and Makefile_solaris to Makefile, Did a Make, and
> although there were many warnings, I got a working system.
> Run ./yaze from the same directory and was transported to CP/M land.
> Apparently you don't have to worry much about the switches, but they
> might reduce the number of warnings.

I was running yaze out of the directory on my Desktop where I
downloaded it, so
I thought - while I am root, why don't I try the install (make
install), many
things proceeded to copy. Then I went back to my own user, and tried to
/usr/local/bin/yaze - it copied a bunch of files back into my home
(all nicely under ~/cpm) but still could not find yasz_bin (also in

So as a non-root user it seems I need to run /usr/local/bin/yaze_bin to
get to cpm..
I also need to try to get /usr/local/bin into my search path (I am not
even sure where
to look for that under os X.. hunting time..) but it now works, and I
assume it works
for all the users of the machine.
Received on Fri Dec 10 2004 - 10:17:08 GMT

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