Guide to pmm 1.0


The distribution is available by anonymous ftp from:

Platform-dependent distributions are marked with one of the following strings:
alpha DEC Alpha running OSF 1.0
hp Hewlett-Packard 9000 running HP-UX
ibm IBM workstations running AIX
linux Intel i386 running Linux
sgi SGI running Irix 5.2
sun4 SPARCstation running SunOS 4.1.3
sun5 SPARCstation running SunOS 5.x (Solaris)


This file contains step-by-step instructions to running pmm. The messages exchanged between conference components are described in an a separate document. A high-level overview of the architecture can be found in a conference paper that appeared in NOSSDAV'95.



Command Line Arguments

pmm takes the following command line arguments:
-d debug-level
Debug level.

Known Bugs


The Tcl interpreter toolkit were developed by John Osterhout, Sun Microsystems. Tcl-DP was developed by Brian C. Smith, Department of Computer Science, Cornell University and Lawrence A. Rowe, Computer Science Division-EECS, University of California at Berkeley.


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