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install script /usr/bin/install and slackware 3.6

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I have a really smally slackware 3.6 install (50mb) just a compiler and littel else, it's going to be paging gateway, i have my paging software compiled, but it needs /usr/bin/install to install!!!!! and I cant get a copy of this anywhere, adn as far as i know it's only a shell script (well it is on digital unix)
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on slack the /usr/bin/install is a symlink to another program. On one of my systems (Slack 3.2 / 3.6 something) its called 'ginstall'

You could grab it from www.darkface.pp.se/~j2/ginstall.tgz  however i do think it has other dependencies.

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Excellent, it worked straight off, just installed it and put in a symlink.
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and yet i get only a 'B'?

(just kidding, no problem :) )

Ill remove the fiule now, cause i dont like having "rouge code" lying around :)
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