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   mcvert comes in source form and runs on a wide variety of UNIX
   machines, each with its own binary format and execution environment
   for programs.  Therefore, mcvert needs to be compiled for your    
   machine before you can run it.  Here's how to do it.

o Ready a directory to hold mcvert

   cd
   mkdir mcvert
   cp mcvert-nnn.shar mcvert
   cd mcvert

o Create the individual files from the Shell Archive (shar) file

   sh mcvert-nnn.shar

o Reorder the Makefile as appropriate for your machine

  Note that there are a number of variables with which to fiddle,
  and that the last definition wins.

  For example, when compiling for AT&T's 3B2, reorder so these lines
  are last within each group:

   XOBJ= gettod.o
   
   LIBS=

   CFLAGS_M= -DTIMEVAL -DULONG

   CFLAGS_N = -DNOBYTEORDER -DNOBZEROBCOPY

o Make the binary and the man page

   make

o Read the man page for a full description

   more mcvert.man

o Invoke the binary without arguments for a short description

   mcvert

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