First of all you have to install PARI library. The following is a sample of installation of PARI on FreeBSD.
% su # gzip -dc pari-2.0.17.beta.tgz | tar xf - # cd pari-2.0.17.beta # ./Configure # make install # make install-lib-sta
After getting `asir2000-src.tgz', unpack it by
and install necessary files as follows.
% gzip -dc asir.tgz | tar xf - % cd asir2000 % ./configure -oxhome /usr/local -pari -plot % xmkmf -a % make % su # make install # make install-lib # make install-doc
In the above example, `/usr/local' indicates the destination of the
installation. That is, the binary file `asir' is installed in
`/usr/local/bin' and the library and documentation files are
installed in `/usr/local/lib'. The directory name specified as an
-oxhome also indicates that PARI files are installed
in that directory. If you change the destination directory, you have to
modify the values of
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