Dr Tan Tin Wee bchtantw at LEONIS.NUS.SG
Thu Mar 24 20:58:19 EST 1994

Dr Gartmann writes that for the former case, ie. VMS, 
there is GCG-menu. For the latter case, ie. Unix, there is 
hygcgmenu.  You may wish to get it by anonymous ftp from
biomed.nus.sg  at /pub/biocomp.  Get the hybrow.tar.Z and
the hygcgmenu.tar.Z   
If you have Xwindows, do it with GCG Navigator.


On 24 Mar 1994, Christoph Gartmann wrote:
> In <MAILQUEUE-101.940324093653.852 at micro.uct.ac.za> ED at micro.uct.ac.za writes:
> > There's a lot of things GCG is no good for...!  It's as clunky as a 
> > car designed by a committee of bicycle riders in the Stalinist central 
> > planning era -
> Don't let us start a discussion this way...
> > and if I could get a decent menu interface to WORK I would be a happy
> > settler...!
> I don't know whether you run VMS or UNIX, but in the former case: did you
> really try my GCG-menu?
> 1.) Pick it up from the EMBL file server
> 2.) uudecode it
> 3.) unzip
> 4.) $ @sys$update:vmsinstal
> 5.) answer a few questions
>     - product to install?
>     - where is the saveset located?
>     - are you satisfied with the backup of your system disk?
>     - users ... are working, continue anyway?
>     - enter disk where GCG-menu should be installed
>     - enter directory...
> 6.) You are done in less than half an hour.


Tan Tin Wee, PhD                / Internet email:  bchtantw at leonis.nus.sg
Department of Biochemistry,
and Biocomputing Research and User Support (BRUS)
National University of Singapore
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