You can download Sd or Sdtty for a number of Unix workstations.
These are compressed archives of the programs and documentation.
The Unix "
tar" command is used for archiving, and
gzip" is used for compression.
NOTE: It has been brought to my attention that shared libraries do not work properly on Linux. Specifically, a compilation on Debian 3.0 wouldn't run on Red Hat 6.2. Therefore, Sdtty uses statically linked libraries on all varieties of Unix, including Linux.
In general, these program archive files, when unpacked, will create the "sd" directory subordinate to the directory in which the unpacking takes place, and then place the files in same.
After downloading, you should have a file named
is a gzipped Unix archive.
Unpack it (that is,
tar -zxvf linux.tgz) into the chosen directory.
It will create the "sdtty" executable, along with the calls database.
It will overwrite the previous program, but will not affect other files,
such as written sequences or your
sd.ini file. If this program
does not work for you, download the source files and compile.