Subject: Re: ACL 4.3 For Linux license concerns From: Erik Naggum <email@example.com> Date: 1998/12/29 Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> * David Steuber <email@example.com> | Do I need both tar files? Or is there a tar.gz now? you need only one, unless you have both libc5 and libc6 systems. ftp.franz.com can give you a .tar or a .tar.gz if you just tack the suffix onto any file or directory name, and does .gz for any file. just ask for it, you'll get it. most modern FTP servers do this, which is a boon for people who use _real_ FTP clients, compared to the losers who use "browsers" and can only get what they see.¹ not that it will help a lot in this case, since the .tar file contains a .zip file that has be unzipped with a password you get after following the instructions in the README file. (maybe I shouldn't have said that -- people who can't read README files maybe shouldn't be allowed to play with power languages.) #:Erik ------- ¹ semi-involved pun puzzle -- if people came with documentation, could men get the womanual?