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Does anyone know where I can d/l a freeware cmu common lisp
for a linux?
please send the site name and if there are no instructions on how to install it, I'd appriciate if you send it also.

                                      Thanks
                                      Ronen
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Hi,

if you have a linux distribution capable of rpm packages, you could try at ftp.suse.com, path would be /pub/SuSE-Linux/5.2/suse/d1/clisp.rpm. install it with rpm -i -h ~/clisp.rpm,or wherever you downloaded the file to. But afaik the clisp package is with almost every common linux distribution, so just look at your disks...

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   Mathias
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