Sd - Documents

There are a number of documents and application notes that may be useful to you.  Each is available as HTML, Acrobat/PDF, Postscript, and plain text.  If you are going to print the document, Postscript will give best results (download the Postscript files in "bulk" form below). PDF will be nearly as good. Printing from the HTML files is not a good idea; HTML wasn't designed for fine typesetting.

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  1. The reference manual.
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    Download as plain text

  2. The Release Notes.
    Browse Release Notes
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  3. The Release Notes from 1998 and before.
    Browse Release Notes
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    Download as plain text

  4. The Release Notes from 2003 and before.
    Browse Release Notes
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    Download as plain text

  5. A demonstration session.
    Browse Demo
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    Download as plain text

  6. The manual on using sessions.
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  7. Application Notes. New ones may be published from time to time.
    Note 1 (Rims trade <anything>)
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    Note 2 (Ripple)
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    Note 3 (Disconnected)
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    Note 4 (Common spot)
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You can also download the files in "bulk" form to your computer.

If running windows, use these, which are self-extracting zipped archives. After downloading them, launch (execute) the files. They will unpack the documents as separate files into the same folder.

If running Unix, use these, which are gzipped Unix archives. After downloading, use "gunzip" to decompress them, and "tar" to extract the individual files.

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Time-stamp: "15 June 2002"