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bar-1.11.1_x86_64.tgz 2011-03-21 50.2 kB 22 weekly downloads
README-which-files-do-I-need.txt 2011-03-21 2.8 kB 22 weekly downloads
bar-1.11.1-man.txt 2011-03-21 36.7 kB 11 weekly downloads
bar-1.11.1_i686.tgz 2011-03-21 47.7 kB 11 weekly downloads
bar-1.11.1-ChangeLog 2011-03-21 23.3 kB 11 weekly downloads
bar-1.11.1-2.i386.rpm 2011-03-21 51.1 kB 22 weekly downloads
bar-1.11.1-2.x86_64.rpm 2011-03-21 53.3 kB 11 weekly downloads
bar_1.11.1_amd64.deb 2011-03-21 49.9 kB 11 weekly downloads
bar_1.11.1_i386.deb 2011-03-21 47.9 kB 33 weekly downloads
bar_1.11.1.dsc 2011-03-21 452 Bytes 11 weekly downloads
bar_1.11.1.tar.gz 2011-03-21 187.1 kB 1010 weekly downloads
Q: Huh? What are all these files about? All I want is one program! A: You only need one file to install clpbar on your computer. Which one you download depends on the computer you're using and whether or not you intend to compile bar yourself or use one of the pre-built packages: bar-*.i386.rpm This file is a pre-built package for a 32-bit RedHat-based Linux system. bar-*.x86_64.rpm This file is a pre-built package for a 64-bit RedHat-based Linux system. bar_*_i386.deb This file is a pre-built package for a 32-bit Debian-based Linux system. bar_*_amd64.deb This file is a pre-built package for a 64-bit Debian-based Linux system. bar-*-ChangeLog This file is a text file listing the changes that were made between each successive version. You don't need this file, but it is here for your information. bar-*-man.txt This file is the manual page for bar. You don't need this file, but it is here for your information. bar_*.tar.gz This file contains the source code should you want to build bar yourself. Since the developer can only provide pre-built packages for RedHat- and Debian-based Linux systems, if you run something else then you will need this file and a C compiler. bar_*.dsc This file is a Debian source package description file. If you don't know what this is, then you probably don't need it. bar-*_i686.tgz This file is a tar file containing a pre-built 32-bit binary. If you untar it in your root directory you will get the following files: ./ ./usr/ ./usr/share/ ./usr/share/man/ ./usr/share/man/man1/ ./usr/share/man/man1/bar.1.gz ./usr/share/doc/ ./usr/share/doc/bar/ ./usr/share/doc/bar/copyright ./usr/share/doc/bar/changelog.gz ./usr/bin/ ./usr/bin/bar bar-*_x86_64.tgz This file is a tar file containing a pre-built 64-bit binary. If you untar it in your root directory you will get the following files: ./ ./usr/ ./usr/share/ ./usr/share/man/ ./usr/share/man/man1/ ./usr/share/man/man1/bar.1.gz ./usr/share/doc/ ./usr/share/doc/bar/ ./usr/share/doc/bar/changelog.gz ./usr/share/doc/bar/copyright ./usr/bin/ ./usr/bin/bar Q: 32-bit? 64-bit? How do I know what I'm running? A: A comprehensive answer is outside the scope of this document since the developer only has access to Linux systems. But for Linux, you can find out by typing the following command on the command line: uname -m If you see x86_64, then you're running a 64-bit OS. If you see i686, i386, or some other i*86, then you are 32-bit. If you see something else entirely then you are on your own! :(
Source: README-which-files-do-I-need.txt, updated 2011-03-21