atlc and its accosiated programs have been successfully build on the following platforms.
atlc from sources
- Dual processor Sun Ultra 60 running Solaris 8 with the 108528-12 kernel
- 64-bit Dec Alpha, running Linux 2.4.17
- Sun Ultra 60 running Solaris 8 with the 108528-11 kernel
- x86 PC running linux 2.4.13
- Sun (unknown) running Linux 2.2.18pre21
- Dual processor DEC Alpha running Linux 2.4.17
- Sun R220 running Solaris 8
- x86 PC's running Windows 98 and NT
atlc's download area on SourceForge. It is preferable to also have following, although none, apart from a compatible version of
make, are essential.
- GNU textutils The GNU version of
sum is used as a checksum on some files.
- If you have a system with more than one CPU,
atlc can be configured to use any number of CPUs in parallel. You will need to install pthreads, or other POSIX/ANSI-C multi-threaded library. Sun's commerical implementation works fine, but I'm unsure about other versions.
- The GNU scientific library, gsl.
- GNU make, sometimes installed as
gmake. Sun's version of make in
/usr/ccs/bin/make is not suitable, although I don't know about other versions of make
Extract the compressed file, using gunzip, or gzip -d.
% gzip -d atlc-X.Y.tar.gz
% tar xvf atlc-X.Y.tar
% cd atlc-X.Y
# make install.
If you have a system with more than one CPU,
atlc can be configured to use any number of cpus in parallel. You will need to install pthreads, portable POSIX/ANSI-C based multi-threaded library for Unix platforms. Installation is identical to above, except that the option --with-mp should be passed to configure i.e.
% configure --with-mp
For a list of configure's options, type
% configure --help
atlc is written and supported by Dr. David Kirkby (G8WRB) It it issued under the GNU General Public License
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