Genera of Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae and Swartzieae - INTKEY Package
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The Genera of Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae and Swartzieae - INTKEY Package
Downloading from Internet
27 January 1993
Taxonomy Laboratory, Research School of Biological Sciences
Australian National University, GPO Box 475, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia
Phone +61 6 249 4666 Fax +61 6 249 4437
M. J. Dallwitz
CSIRO Division of Entomology, GPO Box 1700, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia
Phone +61 6 246 4075 Fax +61 6 246 4000 Internet md at ento.csiro.au
An MS-DOS INTKEY package providing interactive identification and information
retrieval for the genera of Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae and Swartzieae is
available by anonymous ftp from the following Internet hosts.
huh.harvard.edu /pub/software/delta/caes (data)
life.anu.edu.au /pub/delta/caes (data)
spider.ento.csiro.au /delta/caes (data)
The distribution package consists of text files *.1st and self-expanding files
*.exe. Download.1st contains this information about downloading the files.
caes.1st describes the procedure for installing the programs on an MS-DOS
computer. caes at .exe contains the data and various subsidiary files. The files
a at .exe, b at .exe, etc., contain full descriptions in English; they are not
essential for running INTKEY, and are in the subdirectory caes/etc. All the
files must be transmitted in binary mode, set by the ftp command `binary'.
(Failure to do so will result in the error message `HeaderC Error' when the
.exe files are run.)
If you do not already have the latest version of the interactive
identification and information retrieval program, INTKEY, you will need to
obtain the file delta1 at .exe from the delta/msdos subdirectory. This file
contains INTKEY.EXE and its documentation.
To install the programs on an MS-DOS computer, place the files in the
directory c:\caes. Then follow the installation procedure described in
caes.1st, but omitting the COPY commands.
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