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If you have received a binary distribution prepared by the DOS
gawk and the necessary support files appear
under the `gnu' directory, with executables in `gnu/bin',
libraries in `gnu/lib/awk', and manual pages under `gnu/man'.
This is designed for easy installation to a `/gnu' directory on your
drive--however, the files can be installed anywhere provided
set properly. Regardless of the installation directory, the first line of
`igawk.cmd' and `igawk.bat' (in `gnu/bin') may need to be
The binary distribution contains a separate file describing the
contents. In particular, it may include more than one version of the
OS/2 (32 bit, EMX) binary distributions are prepared for the `/usr'
directory of your preferred drive. Set
UNIXROOT to your installation
drive (e.g., `e:') if you want to install
gawk onto another drive
than the hardcoded default `c:'. Executables appear in `/usr/bin',
libraries under `/usr/share/awk', manual pages under `/usr/man',
Texinfo documentation under `/usr/info' and NLS files under `/usr/share/locale'.
If you already have a file `/usr/info/dir' from another package
do not overwrite it! Instead enter the following commands at your prompt
(replace `x:' by your installation drive):
install-info --info-dir=x:/usr/info x:/usr/info/gawk.info install-info --info-dir=x:/usr/info x:/usr/info/gawkinet.info
However, the files can be installed anywhere provided
The binary distribution may contain a separate file containing additional or more detailed installation instructions.
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