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How to get Pari

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I have read that there is a math program, called Pari, that
runs on Linux.  My Redhat book seems to indicate that
there is a copy of Pari on my CD.  I can't find it.  But,
if I don't, how to obtain Pari and install it on my system.
It would be a great help in my College Algebra studies.
Thank you
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You can get it at:
ftp://megrez.ceremab.u-bordeaux.fr/pub/pari/unix/
File is gplinux.tar.z
There ia also a readme file.
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