sed 's|/usr/local|/usr|' conf-home > conf-home~
mv conf-home~ conf-home
sed 's/bin/sbin/' hier.c > hier.c~
mv hier.c~ hier.c
These commands change the installation directory to
/usr/sbin from the default
of /usr/local/bin. Since these tools
are used in conjunction with daemons, they don't make much sense in general
user directories. However, some of the example programs and the
tcpclient program might be of use to non-root users.
If you wish to make these available, then we would suggest installing as above,
and then executing the following commands:
cd /usr/sbin mv tcpclient *@ mconnect delcr addcr tcpcat /usr/bin
This will place the client related programs into /usr/bin
for general use.