All the Motif programs below were compiled with MetroLink Motif-2.0 statically linked. All other lib's are dynamically linked. These are X11R6 binaries, built (most) with linux-1.2.1, gcc-2.6.3, libc-4.6.27, and with the XFree86-3.1.1 dynamic X libraries. You will need the Xpm library, libXpm.so.4.5, as well. Source is available for those with their own Motif. If you use these a lot, you should consider getting Motif. They work faster with dynamic lib's, and it 's not that expensive.
I have gotten a few complaints that these files don't come across right, and some browsers (like Mozilla) try to display them. In Netscape: [Shift]-[Button1] will save it to a file, and even prompt you for the filename. In Mosaic, there is a menu choice to `save to local disk'. Sorry I can't make the fancier methods work right.
I'm trying something different now. I moved all the files, *.lsm and archives, in a directory (stuff) all their own, and provide a link to that directory. You can then choose what you want from that. Let me know if this works better.
Source and some binary distributions of all the software described here.
LyX is a word-processor front-end to LaTeX. It has some really nice features. It is a great way to use TeX for those jobs you don't do all the time, so you forget how to TeX it. This is almost completely WYSIWYG, except that LaTeX will re-format the document for printing. The screen gives a very good approximation of the TeX formatting. Really quite impressive. Both binary and source in one archive. Watch for upgrades; it's going through a lot of pre-beta testing. Please provide bug-reports to either me or the author.
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