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This command open a window like this:
|Credits...||Name of the program, version and authors.|
|Client number:||A unique code identifying each one of our customers.|
|Expiration date:||The use of GOLPE in this computer is authorized up to this date. Please, do not try to change the date to override the license, this will be detected and GOLPE will the refuse to start again.|
|Directory:||Installation directory of all the executable GOLPE programs.|
This commands starts Netscape, pointing to a copy of the help documents that are installed by default in the local hard disk. Use this option to visualize the help from inside the application.
GOLPE looks for Netscape in the directories listed in the PATH environment variable. By default, Netscape is installed in /usr/bin/X11. If for some reason, Netscape is in a different directory not included in the PATH, and you still wish to start Netscape from within GOLPE you have the following possibilities:
1. Make a symbolic link of the executable (netscape) to this directory or to any other present in the PATH:
ln -s /opt/netscape/netscape /usr/bin/X11
2. Include the Netscape directory in the PATH, for example including in the file /etc/cshrc the following line:
setenv PATH "$PATH:/opt/netscape/bin/"
In both case you would need superuser privileges, so please ask your System Administrator.
The purpose of this option is to provide some information about the program easy for us to update and easy for the User to access. As this may vary from one release to another, do not trust the values which appear in this manual, and please refer to the original window in the program. This command open a window like this:
Current program limits
Maximum number of variables, objects, etc... handled by the current version. If you really need to handle a dataset larger than these limits please contact MIA, we can provide you special versions for such situations.
Arbitrary values used by the current version. For example, the numerical value used as missing value, and the minimum sum of squares of a variable to be considered "active".