- Unix rpm to install
- Ready to run exe for windows
to run exe for windows
Previous version (8.34)
runs on most Unix systems
- Linux with LessTif
(rpm binary files available)
- DECOSF 1/Digital
Unix /True 64
runs on Windows
- Windows 9x/2k/XP
- The installer
WinXNBC9_7_setup_V3 install the necessary DLLs, and thus avoids
to install Cygwin
- To run on Windows,
XNBC9 necessitates a X11 server. A free X11 server (Xming) is now
included in the distribution and is run each time WinXNBC9 is started.
It no longer necessary to install Cygwin or any other X11 server.
Nevertheless, if a X11 server is already running on your PC, you
can configure WinXNBC to use it instead of the native one.
XNBC relies on several
libraries that must be installed before the XNBC building process (their
presence is checked by the configure script, but if they are installed
before, this avoids several trials...). These libraries are :
following packages, generally not installed by the default installation
(under Linux), must be installed previously (the package name differs
according to the Linux distribution):
It needs a C compiler
and the Motif (or Lesstif) library to be compiled (standard on most
For people installing
this package from the rpm file, first, be sure that the previously listed
libraries are installed.
If not, install the
following packages :
Please, read the
README file before installing, it gives the necessary libraries or other
packages XNBC depends on.
is simply done using the classical ./configure make make install to
install the package and made it available for anybody (you must be root),
and then configure_xnbc.
full user manual in pdf (the html version
is in the sources file). This is the V8.3x manual. The V9
manual is not yet available. Nevertheless, most of the tools
are the same in V9 and V8 (except some interface look and
The full manual is comprised in the source distribution. This is only
for those wanting to have the manual alone.