Tzcode2006d.tar.gz and tzdata2006d.tar.gz
eggert at CS.UCLA.EDU
Thu Apr 20 00:13:27 UTC 2006
"Phillip Guerra" <Phillip.Guerra at nkch.org> writes:
> Anyone who can help, please.
You could get a live CD <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LiveCD>, say
Knoppix <http://knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html>, boot that, and run
its zic and zdump implementations on the files in question. Or you
can use its C compiler to compile tzcode, and then use the resulting
Knoppix runs on just about any PC hardware, doesn't affect what's on
your hard disk, and it's free.
Other popular Live CD distributions include Ubuntu (they will ship you
a live CD for free) <http://www.ubuntu.com/>, SLAX
<http://slax.linux-live.org/>, and PCLinuxOS
<http://www.pclinuxos.com/>. There are also live CD distributions for
FreeBSD (e.g., <http://livebsd.com/>), Solaris
(<http://schillix.berlios.de/>), etc. Any of these should do for your
purpose. But probably the GNU/Linux live CDs will be the least
If this all seems too daunting for you, I suggest that you give Mike
Coleman a call. He works at the Stowers Institute, which is near
nkch.org, and can perhaps give you help with a live CD and/or other
consulting help. See <http://www.mathdogs.com/people/mkc/>.
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