Welcome to the Version 5.1A Open Source Software Collection for Compaq Tru64 UNIX.
The packages in this collection REQUIRE Tru64 UNIX V5.1 as a minimum version of the operating system for installation.
A MINIMUM of 902 Mb of free space is required in /usr/local (minus space used by previously installed OSSC packages) for a complete installation.
BE SURE TO PERFORM BACKUPSof relevant data before installing any RPM kits.
This collection is an update to the kit released with Tru64 UNIX V5.1. This CD-ROM set utilizes the same architecture and installation scheme as the previous versions of this kit, all of which are a major departure from pre-V5.0 kits. The software on this CD-ROM set is in RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) installable format/kits. All of the packages were built, and will install under the /usr/local tree (no more /freeware tree) on Tru64 UNIX V5.1 or V5.1A systems. PLEASE NOTE: This collection does include some packages that are specific to either V5.1 or V5.1A, but the installation scripts will ensure that the proper version(s) get installed.
This release of the "Open Source Software Collection for Tru64 UNIX" includes many important changes. Users of gcc/g++ will want to install the latest Red Hat GNUPro Software Development Tools for Tru64 UNIX V5.1 and higher THAT ARE NOT PART of this collection, but are included as part of the new Linux Portability Tools software collection found in the Tru64 UNIX V5.1A media kit.
This OSSC release incorporates elements of the V4 port of the Cygnus GNUPro Toolkit Release 99R1, which have been included simply to ensure a clean upgrade from previously installed OSSC packages.
Further information can be found in Step 4 in the "GETTING STARTED" section as well as in the /mnt/html/cygnus.htm file.
Although you don't require any knowledge of RPM to load/install the RPM kits on this CD-ROM (shell scripts are provided for installing any or all of the collection), there are some factors that you need to be aware of prior to installing any of the kits.
While RPM is provided on this CD-ROM as an installation and package management tool for Open Source Software, Compaq DOES NOT SUPPORT RPM on Tru64 UNIX for Alpha based systems.
RPM is both powerful and useful across multiple UNIX platforms including LINUX, but is immature compared to other installation technologies used for Tru64 UNIX. While RPM utilizes a well functioning database that tracks installed packages and ALL of the files associated with each package, allowing you to remove as well as install software, RPM is ONLY aware of what is in its database. RPM has no knowledge of, nor does it check (with the exception of certain configuration files) for any pre-existing files. For all intents and purposes, it has the potential to "clobber" any file not contained in its database.
Because all of the RPM packages on this CD-ROM are installed under the /usr/local tree, the administrator using this CD-ROM can limit his/her concern of potentially "clobbering" files to those under the /usr/local tree. As with any system software installation, BE SURE TO PERFORM BACKUPS of relevant data before commencing to install any RPM kits.
Installing RPM kits from foreign origins (other than Compaq
distributions) may compromise or corrupt your Tru64 UNIX Operating
system and may prevent future upgrades or patches to your system.
Step 1: Mounting the RPM Installation CD-ROM The RPM Installation CD-ROM must be mounted on /mnt with the following command: # mount -r -t cdfs -o rrip /dev/disk/cdrom?c /mnt The installation shell scripts won't function if the RPM CD-ROM is mounted without the cdfs and rrip options. The installation scripts use /mnt as the default mount point (an alternate mount point may be passed as the first parameter to any of the shell scripts). Please note: The SOURCES CD-ROM is not required for any installation tasks. It requires the same options to the mount command as above, but you may choose any mount point you desire. Step 2: Preparing The /usr/local File System You will need a /usr/local directory (preferably a separate file system). A minimum of 902 Mb free space is required if you intend to load all of the RPM kits in this collection. You can save 128 Mb of space if you choose not to install the ACE Object Broker package. (/mnt/SETUP/RPM-install_all_BUT_ACE_kits.ksh) which will bring the total space requirement to 774 Mb. There are many Open Source software packages that have not yet been converted to RPM format, and are therefore not included in this collection. You may wish to allow for future growth if you are initially creating a new partition. Step 3: Installation Prerequisites for Timidity, xanim, lftp and teTeX If you do not have the CXXLIB632 subset installed - you may check via (as superuser): # /usr/sbin/setld -i |grep CXXLIB632 ...AND you intend to install the lftp-2.3.10-4 or teTeX-1.0.7-4 packages, you will need to install the CXXREDIST632 subset via: # cd /tmp # tar xvf /mnt/SETUP/CXXREDIST632V10.tar # cd CXXREDIST632.kit # /usr/sbin/setld -l . If you do not have the MMERT30* subset installed - you may check via (as superuser): # /usr/sbin/setld -i |grep MMERT ...AND you intend to install the TiMidity++-2.7.0-4 or xanim-2.80.1-4 packages, you will need to install either the MMERT301 (for Tru64 UNIX V5.1) or MMERT303 (for Tru64 UNIX V5.1A) Multimedia Services for Compaq Tru64 UNIX Runtime associated product from the "Associated Products" CD-ROM. The lftp-2.3.10-4, teTeX-1.0.7-4, TiMidity++-2.7.0-4 and xanim-2.80.1-4 packages will install even if you haven't pre-installed the CXXREDIST632 or MMERT30* subset(s) but associated binaries will not function correctly. Step 4: Installing (or Upgrading) Red Hat Package Manager software Execute the following shell script from the command line (as superuser): # /mnt/SETUP/RPM-init.ksh EVEN IF YOU ALREADY HAVE RPM VERSION 3.0.2 INSTALLED FROM THE OSSC V5.0A or V5.1 KIT, YOU WILL STILL NEED TO EXECUTE THE /mnt/SETUP/RPM-init.ksh SCRIPT, OTHERWISE A SUBSTANTIAL NUMBER OF THE INSTALLATION SCRIPTS WILL FAIL! This script will ensure that your system meets the minimum requirements and checks for a previously installed version of RPM. If no prior RPM installation is found and provided that all requirements are met, it restores from a compressed archive all of the RPM 3.0.2 program files and initializes a new RPM database. If an RPM 2.5 installation is found on your system, the script will query your RPM database for installed packages (saving the output to /tmp/rpm-2.5-packages.lis) prior to installing the RPM 3.0.2 program files. It will then compare the list of previously installed packages against a list of the packages contained on this CD-ROM. Each of the previously installed packages will be upgraded to their corresponding new versions. All of the packages from the September 2000 collection have been modified to some extent and repackaged for this distribution. If RPM version 3.0.2 is already installed on your system, the script will update your rpmrc file to incorporate changes new to V5.1A. (If you have installed the "Linux and Compaq Tru64 UNIX Portability Tools" it will already have replaced the rpmrc file with the latest version). It will then update all installed OSSC V5.1 packages to the OSSC V5.1A versions. The Cygnus software packages from prior OSSC kits (cygnus_src-9*r*) have been replaced by their individual components. The RPM-init.ksh script will remove any pre-existing cygnus_src* package and will install the individual components. PLEASE NOTE that only the tk, tcl, expect and gcc from the cygnus_src-99r1 distribution will get installed. The bison, diffutils, flex, gmake, patch, readline and texinfo packages that are also installed as a replacement for the cygnus_src* package are from newer GNU sources. ALSO NOTE that these "replacements" are performed for the sole purpose of not breaking previously installed packages from the OSSC collection OR to ensure that prerequisites are met for packages new to this collection. YOU ARE ENCOURAGED to install the latest release of the Red Hat GNUPro Software Development Tools - As part of the new Linux and Tru64 UNIX Affinity program the Red Hat GNUPro Development Tools for Tru64 UNIX V5.1 and higher are now shipping as part of the Linux Portability Tools software collection. For information on the Linux and Tru64 UNIX Affinity program see the Linux and Tru64 UNIX Affinity page. The Linux Portability Tools are included with the Tru64 UNIX V5.1A media kit and is separately orderable(QB-6RHAA-SA). Please refer to the cygnus.htm page for detailed information regarding the installation of the Red Hat GNUPro Software Development Tools. If you previously used the /usr/local/bin/make program (from the cygnus_src* distribution), be aware that it is now replaced with /usr/local/bin/gmake. If this causes any discomfort you may create the following soft link: # ln -s /usr/local/bin/gmake /usr/local/bin/make Similarly, the GNU tar program (new to this kit) is installed with a prefix as /usr/local/bin/gtar . With the exception of the cygnus packages mentioned above AND the texinfo package (which will get installed even if no prior cygnus_src package was found), the RPM-init/upgrade procedure will NOT install any packages new to this distribution. The texinfo package is the source of the /usr/local/bin/install-info binary which is needed to process the info files contained/installed by numerous other packages. PLEASE NOTE: The shell script(s) purposely only take into account the RPM version 2.5 and 3.0.2 installations from the "Open Source Software Collection for Tru64 UNIX" and the "Linux and Tru64 UNIX Portability Tools". Should you have installed a different version of RPM on your system you will NOT be able to use any of the shell scripts in /mnt/SETUP/. You MAY be able to use your version of RPM to install the package kits in /mnt/RPMS/ from the command line provided that your version of the rpmrc resource file defines all of the "Tru64 UNIX Operating System Provides" that the various packages on this kit expect to find. Should you choose to "keep" a custom version of RPM, there is a high probability that you will encounter problems either with database incompatibilities or unresolved package interdependencies once installed on your system. If you have installed any rpm packages from sources other than the previous versions of this CD-ROM, AND YOU STILL HAVE the original .rpm file(s), you might consider removing the packages (as well as a custom RPM installation) from your system and then use the RPM software as installed by the /mnt/SETUP/RPM-init.ksh to re-install your "Foreign" .rpm file(s). Step 5: Installing RPM Packages To load all of the RPM kits at once, execute the following command from your shell prompt (as superuser): # /mnt/SETUP/RPM-install_all_kits.ksh OR # /mnt/SETUP/RPM-install_all_BUT_ACE_kits.ksh You may safely ignore the "not enough space" warning, and attempt to to install all of the packages anyway. The script will stop as soon as there is no more room for additional packages. Rpm will not perform any "partial" installations, as it checks for the required available free space prior to beginning any package installation. It takes approximately 1 hour to install all of the packages. If you don't have enough free space to load all of the packages, or simply don't want them all, you also have the option of loading individual kits by executing any of the /mnt/SETUP/install-PACKAGE-NAME.ksh scripts as superuser. For example, to install the xtar-1.4 package, execute: # /mnt/SETUP/install-xtar-1.4-4.ksh Note: The rpm kits are located in /mnt/RPMS/ and while they could be installed via the "rpm -i /mnt/RPMS/PACKAGE-NAME.alpha.rpm" command, it is recommended that you utilize the Korn-shell scripts. Using the Korn-shell scripts will resolve package dependency issues as well as calculate required free space (Please be aware that space calculations performed in the shell scripts are in Bytes vs. 512 or 1024 blocks). Step 6: MANAGING INSTALLED RPM PACKAGES You can at any time query the rpm database for all installed packages via: /usr/local/bin/rpm -qa ERASING/REMOVING RPM KITS If at any time you decide that you no longer want a particular package to be installed, RPM allows you to remove all traces of the package with a single command: /usr/local/bin/rpm -evv PACKAGE-NAME (Where PACKAGE-NAME corresponds to output from the "/usr/local/bin/rpm -qa" command) Note: Should other RPM packages "depend" on the one that you're trying to remove, RPM will not remove your package until all of the packages that have a dependency have been removed. For example: # /usr/local/bin/rpm -qa | grep gho ghostscript-fonts-other-6.0-4 ghostscript-fonts-std-6.0-4 # /usr/local/bin/rpm -evv ghostscript-fonts-std-6.0-4 D: counting packages to uninstall D: opening database in //usr/local/lib/rpm/ D: found 1 packages to uninstall D: dependencies: looking for ghostscript-fonts-std D: package gs require not satisfied: ghostscript-fonts-std removing these packages would break dependencies: ghostscript-fonts-std is needed by gs-6.50-4 You can "force" RPM to remove your package anyway by issuing: /usr/local/bin/rpm -evv --nodeps PACKAGE-NAME Be aware that this may render unusable those other packages that depended on the one you just removed. You may also wish to view the html format of the RPM manpage for more options. Step 7: POST INSTALLATION STEPS If you intend to use the tcpdump-3.5-4 or snort-1.7-4 packages, you will need to ensure that "options PACKETFILTER" is included in your kernel configuration file (If it wasn't included, you will need to run the doconfig command after adding it. You may also need to: # cd /dev # ./MAKEDEV pfilt ...to create the packet filter devices. You can find more detailed information on the packetfilter manpage. If you installed the xmcdbin-3.0PL0-4 package, please be aware that xmcd may not be fully functional as installed for your system/site configuration. You may reconfigure the CD-ROM device characteristics and internet/firewall/proxy information by running the following script as superuser: # cd /usr/local/lib/X11/xmcd/config # ./config.sh There are 2 versions of the imlib-1.9.10 package in this collection: imlib-1.9.10-4 and imlib-16bit-1.9.10-4. The packages are virtually identical with the exception that they are configured for either 24bit and 16bit graphic displays. If you elected to install "all" packages, then the imlib-18.104.22.168-4 (24bit graphic display) package will have been installed as the default. If you will be using a 16bit graphic display, then you will want to: # /mnt/SETUP/install-imlib-16bit-1.9.10-4.ksh
The following changes should be added to your .profile (sh, sh5, or ksh user), or .login (csh user). 1) Command path -- add /usr/local/bin and /usr/local/bin/X11 (and if you've installed teTeX /usr/local/teTeX/bin and to use pbmplus tools /usr/local/bin/pbmplus for tcpdump and zephyr /usr/local/sbin for the emu software /usr/local/emu/bin ) to your PATH for executing the various included commands. 2) X11 items -- modify your XFILESEARCHPATH environment variable to pick up the additional application defaults. :::::::::::::: .profile :::::::::::::: # # sh, sh5 and ksh syntax for the .profile # export PATH XFILESEARCHPATH PATH="$PATH:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/bin/X11:/usr/local/teTeX/bin" PATH="$PATH:/usr/local/bin/pbmplus" XFILESEARCHPATH="%D:/usr/local/lib/X11/app-defaults/%N" :::::::::::::: .login :::::::::::::: # # # csh syntax for .login # set path = ( $path /usr/local/bin /usr/local/bin/X11 /usr/local/teTeX/bin ) set path = ( $path /usr/local/bin/pbmplus ) setenv XFILESEARCHPATH "%D:/usr/local/lib/X11/app-defaults/%N"
All "common" libraries (static and shared) installed via packages in this collection are installed into the /usr/local/lib directory (some package-unique libraries are installed in "private" locations usually in a subdirectory underneath /usr/local/lib).
A number of package programs were linked against these shared libraries.
To use the installed static and shared libraries provided by various packages when building your own programs, add the option listed below
A file in /usr/include/sys/, lc_core.h needs a #ifndef-#endif pair.
/usr/include/sys/lc_core.h: ..... #ifndef _NO_PROTO #include <nl_types.h> #include <va_list.h> #ifdef __cplusplus <--- this is line 60 in lc_core.h #ifndef __CYGNUS <=== New - to hide reg_types from GNU compiles #include <reg_types.h> #endif <=== New - end of __CYGNUS .....
This wrapper goes around the #include <reg_types.h> line that is already in /usr/include/sys/lc_core.h. Any program compiled with GNU C (gcc) or C++ (g++), needs a
#define __CYGNUSin the file where the GNU regular expression library is included, otherwise no #define is needed.
to avoid the following error:
In file included from /usr/include/netinet/in.h:287, /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:51: parse error before `uint8_t' /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:51: warning: no semicolon at end of \ struct or union /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:51: warning: no semicolon at end of \ struct or union /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:53: warning: data definition has \ no type or storage class /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:55: parse error before `sa6_laddr' /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:55: warning: data definition has \ no type or storage class /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:61: parse error before `}' /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:61: warning: data definition has \ no type or storage class /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:62: parse error before `}' /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:169: parse error before `uint32_t' \ /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:169: warning: no semicolon at end of struct or union /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:171: parse error before `sin6_scope_id' /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:171: warning: data definition has \ no type or storage class /usr/include/netinet/in6.h:170: storage size of `sin6_addr' \ isn't known *** Exit 1
Disk Contents:Disk structure for OSSC RPM Installation CD-ROM ----------------------------------------------- RPMS - Kits in rpm format SETUP - Shell scripts for installing rpm kits doc - A copy of /usr/local/doc once RPM kits have been installed html-man - html versions of command manpages html - our html pages for various commands/packages images - miscellaneous images pictures - images required by html pages Disk structure for OSSC Sources CD-ROM -------------------------------------- SOURCES - Original Sources as well as any patches that were used in building the packages SPECS - RPM spec files used to build the kits
2. Autospec - if you have this kit installed the update installation will not remove it
ACE-5.1 Object Broker middleware Acrobat-4.05 Adobe Acrobat Reader for UNIX EmiClock-1.0.2 Hyper animated face analog clock FileRunner-2.5.1 an X11 file manager for Unix HDF4-1r2 NCSA Hierarchical Data Format (HDF) ImageMagick-5.3.0 Image Display/manipulation program ORBit-0.5.7 High-performance CORBA Object Request Broker TiMidity++-2.7.0 a MIDI to WAVE converter and player Xaw3d-1.3 Three-D Athena Widgets (Xaw3d) XmHTML-1.1.0 The XmHTML Widget Class a2ps-4.13 an Any to PostScript filter aXe-6.1.2 an X11 based text editor august-0.63b HTML Editor for UNIX by Johan Bengtsson autoconf-2.13 an extensible package of m4 macros automake-1.4 a Perl script that serves as a Makefile generator bash-2.04 GNU Project's Bourne Again SHell bc-1.05 precision numeric processing language bind-8.1.2 Implementation of the Domain Name System (DNS) bison-1.28 Bison parser generator bluefish-0.6 HTML editor designed for experienced web designers bzip2-1.0.1 Block-sorting file compressor cdrecord-1.6.1 Create CD's on a CD-Recorder. (includes mkisofs-1.12b4) cpio-2.4.2 Gnu cpio copies files to and from archive storage cscope-15.1 a text screen based source browsing tool cvs-1.11.1p1 a version control system cygnus_doc-99r1 Doc set for Cygnus GNUPro Toolkit Release 99r1 cygnus_expect-99r1 expect, tk and tcl cygnus_gcc-g++-99r1 compiler subset of previous cygnus_src-99r1 db-3-3.1.17 Berkeley db library db-3-3.1.17 diffutils-2.7 GNU version of diff, cmp, diff3, sdiff emacs-20.7 Real-time display editor emu-2.34 system environmental monitoring utility enscript-1.6.1 converts ASCII files to PostScript fileutils-4.0 the GNU file management utilities findutils-4.1 the GNU find, xargs, and locate programs flex-2.5.4 Fast lexical analyzer generator freetype-1.1 TrueType font rendering engine freetype2-2.0.1 freetype library gawk-3.0.3 GNU Awk 3.0.3 gdbm-1.8.0 set of database routines that use extendible hashing gettext-0.10.35 Internationalization of message handling ghostscript-fonts-other-6.0 Ghostscript fonts ghostscript-fonts-std-6.0 Ghostscript fonts ghostview-1.5 X11 user interface for ghostscript giftrans-1.12 Utility to make one color of gif file transparent gimp-1.0.4 The GNU Image Manipulation Program gimp-data-extras-1.0.0 Archive of data files for the Gimp glib-1.2.10 Library of useful routines for 'C' programming gmake-3.79.1 tool to simplify program build process gnuplot-3.7 Command-line interactive function plotting utility grep-2.4.2 GNU pattern matching utility gs-6.50 Interpreter for the PostScript (TM) language gtar-1.13 GNU file archiving program gtk+-1.2.10 Gimp ToolKit library for creating X Window GUI guile-1.4 Guile is Project GNU's extension language library gv-3.5.8 X11 ghostscript frontend htmltidy-0.8.4 tool for cleaning up html code imlib-1.9.10 image loading and rendering library for X11R6 imlib-16bit-1.9.10 imlib for 16-bit displays indent-2.2.6 GNU indent changes the appearance of C programs ispell-3.1.20 A fast screen-oriented spelling checker jbigkit-1.0 Library for data compression for bi-level images jpeg-6b Library for Independent JPEG Group's software less-358 Paginator similar to "more" or "pg" lftp-2.3.10 sophisticated command line file transfer program libpcap-0.6.2 Interface for user-level packet capture libpng-1.0.8 Library for Portable Network Graphics libtcl_tk-8.3.1 tcl and tk: powerful scripting language and toolkit libtool-1.3.5 A generic library support script libungif-4.1.0b1 a library for manipulating gif files libwmf-0.1.21 library that can convert wmf files libxml-1.8.11 library to let GNOME applications use XML llnlxdir-2.1 Drag-and-drop file transfer user interface lsof-4.51 Lists information about files opened by processes lynx-2.8.3 A curses (text-based) WWW browser mkisofs-1.12b4 Create an iso9660 filesystem m4-1.4 A Traditional Unix macro processor monitor-1.8 a system performance monitoring utility mpack-1.5 Encode and decode binary files in MIME format mpeg_lib-1.3.0 MPEG video software decoder library mpeg_play-2.4 MPEG video software decoder mrolo-13 Motif-based card file manager mswordview-0.5.2 MSWord 8 converter for UNIX ncurses-5.2 Implementation of the System V curses API nedit-5.1.1 Powerful modern graphical text editor nedit-HTML-Doc-5.1.1 HTML documentation for nedit netpbm-1mar1994 Toolkit for converting image formats patch-2.5.4 GNU patch command, for modifying/upgrading files pine-4.21 Program for Internet News and Email povray_lib-3.1g Documentation and sample scenes for POV-Ray povray_src-3.1g POV-Ray is a full-featured ray tracer pstotext-1.8g Extract ASCII text from PostScript or PDF file python-2.0 an interpreted object-oriented programming language ralcgm-3.50 View or print Computer Graphics Metafiles readline-4.1 The Gnu Readline library rman-3.0.9 reverse compile man pages from formatted form sced-1.02 A constraint based scene modeller sedt-4.1 Programmable multiplatform text editor sh-utils-2.0 A package of small shell programming utilities snort-1.7 a network intrusion detection system syd-3.2a System monitor dynamic display utility tcp_wrappers-7.6 Monitor/filter requests for network services tcpdump-3.5 tool for network monitoring and data acquisition tcsh-6.09.00 A version of the Berkeley C-Shell with additions teTeX-1.0.7 A distribution of TEX and related programs texinfo-4.0 Tools needed to create Texinfo format documentation tgif-3.0p16 Xlib based 2-D drawing facility under X11 tiff-v3.4beta037 (Tag Image File Format) graphics library timidity-patches-01 instrument definition files required by timidity tkman-2.1 graphical, hypertext manual page and Texinfo browser top-3.5beta5 System monitor utility listing top cpu processes transfig-3.2.1 Tools for creating TeX documents unzip-5.41 Extraction utility for .zip format archives urt-3.1b Utah Raster Toolkit vim-common-5.7 ViIMproved text editor vim-gtk-5.7 ViIMproved text editor (gtk interface) vim-motif-5.7 ViIMproved text editor (motif interface) vim-terminal-5.7 ViIMproved text editor (curses interface) vmubc-v5vlm Virtual memory monitor utility vxt-v2.1 X-term support for Tru64 UNIX w3c-libwww-5.3.1 general-purpose client side Web API written in C weblint-1.9.3 pick fluff off web pages (HTML) wget-1.6 retrieves files using the HTTP or FTP protocols whirlgif-2.01 produce a single gif file composed of multiple images xanim-2.80.1 Animation File Player xarchie-2.0.10 X11 browser interface to Archie xbmbrowser-5.1 X11 bitmap & pixmap browser xboing-2.4 X11 paddle/blockout style computer game xchat-1.2.1 an X11 IRC client, using the GTK+ toolkit xdemineur-2.1.1 X11 minesweeper game xeb_2.1 Tk graphical interface for Emu event browser xfig-3.2.2 X11 Facility for Interactive Generation of figures xfsm-1.97 X11 File System Monitor xless-1.7 X11 file browsing tool xmaddressbook-1.5.3 A Motif Address Book xmcdbin-3.0PL0 a full featured audio CD player xpaint-2.6.1 Versatile bitmap/pixmap editing tool xperfmonPlus-1.6 Graphical system statistics monitor xpm-3.4k Format for storing/retrieving X pixmaps xspread-3.0 X Windows spreadsheet program xtar-1.4 Motif/X windows tar file viewer xv-3.10a (Shareware) Interactive image display/ manipulation zephyr-2.0.4 Project Athena Zephyr notification system zip-2.3 Utility compatible with PKZIP 2.04g zlib-1.1.3 General purpose data compression library zsh-3.1.9 A UNIX command interpreter (shell) The following kits are not in RPM format, but in a setld installable kit: vxt-v2.1 X-term support for Tru64 UNIX ( use /mnt/SETUP/install-vxt-v2.1.ksh to initiate the installation ) CXXREDIST632V10.tar C++ shared library ( please read Step 3 for installation instructions )