mira-2042-i686-Linux.tgzand you must be root (type
sudo before each command).
If you have a previous version of Miranda installed you should first remove (or
move) the old miralib directory which will be at
To install Miranda execute the following command, as root:-
tar xpzf mira-2042-i686-Linux.tgz -C /To run the miranda system, for which you do not need to be root, say
miraThere is online help information (say
/help ) and an online manual (say
/man ). To access the manual directly from a UNIX shell say
An executable copy of the miranda system.
Text formatting programs, useful in connection with Miranda literate scripts (see Miranda online manual).
The UNIX manual pages for
A directory containing various auxiliary files and directories to which mira needs access when it is running. When the mira program is executed it will look for this first at
/usr/lib/miralib and then at
/usr/local/lib/miralib - if it does find it in either place it will exit
with a panic message. This behaviour can be overriden either by calling
mira with an explicit flag, thus:
mira -lib pathname ...where pathname is the address at which the miralib directory is stored - or by setting an environment variable
MIRALIB. [For more detailed
information, there is a section about flags and setup files in the
online manual, look under `UNIX/Miranda system interface'.]
There is a collection of example programs, in a directory called
under the miralib directory. It has a
README file in it. Within a
Miranda session, saying
/cd <ex>will take you into the examples directory. Say
!lsto see what is in there.