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1!    name           title               contains            contained in    callback    ;
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3menu up:            "up"                {up}                [NULL]          ;
4menu root:      +h  "Dash"              {root}              [NULL]          ;   
5menu Dash:          "Dash"              {dash}              [root]          ;   
6menu help:          "Help"              {help}              [root/20]       ;   
7menu courseware:    "Courseware"        {courseware}        [root/30]       ;   
8menu communication: "Communication"     {communication}     [root/40]       ;   
9menu writeedit:     "Text/Graphics"     {editing}           [root/50]       ;   
10menu nummath:       "Numerical/Math"    {numeric,math}      [root/60]       ;   
11menu programming:   "Programming"       {programming}       [root/70]       ;   
12menu special:       "Special"           {misc}              [root/80]       ;   
13
14  item yhelp:       "About Dash"                            [dash/01]       ;
15  item qhelp:       "How to use Dash menus"                 [dash/02]       ;
16  menu screenaccs:  "Screen Accessories" {screenaccs}       [dash/03]       ;
17  item lower:       "Lower menu bar"    -verify             [dash/10]       lowerMenu();
18  item hidemenus:   "Hide menus - read help first! ->"      [dash/20]       unmapTree("menuTree");
19  item verify:      "Confirmation Off"  -verify             [dash/20]       toggleVerify("* Confirmation On");
20  item helptoggle:  "Hide `?' Buttons"  -verify             [dash/100]      toggleHelp("* Show `?' Buttons");
21  item restart:     "Restart Dash"      -verify             [dash/500]      restart();
22  item quitopt:     "Quit Dash"                             [dash/1000]     -verify createMapTree("quitDialog"),mapTree("quitDialog"),warpTree("quitDialog") ;
23  item logoutopt:           "Logout of Athena" [dash/1100]  -verify createMapTree("logoutDialog"),mapTree("logoutDialog"),warpTree("logoutDialog") ; 
24
25  item xterm:       "New xterm window"                      [screenaccs][misc]  exec("xterm");
26  item analogclock:  "Analog Clock"                         [screenaccs/10]     createTree("clockTree");
27  item xmcd:         "Audio CD Player"  -sgi                [screenaccs/10]     add("sipb"),exec("xmcd");
28  item digitalclock: "Digital Clock"                        [screenaccs/10]     exec("xclock -digital");
29  item load:        "Workstation Load Gauge"                [screenaccs/10]     exec("xload");
30  item xcalcti:     "Calculator (TI style)"                 [screenaccs/10][analysis/100]       exec("xcalc");
31  item xcalchp:     "Calculator (HP style)"                 [screenaccs/10][analysis/100]       exec("xcalc -rpn");
32  item calendar:    "Calendar"                              [screenaccs/10]     add("calendar"),exec("/mit/calendar/%B/xcal");
33  item screensaver:  "Screen saver"                         [screenaccs/10]     add("sipb"),exec("xscreensaver");
34  item logoutbutton: "Logout Button"                        [screenaccs/100]    createMapTree("logoutButton"),mapTree("logoutButton");
35 
36menu ehelp:             "Emergency help"                {ehelp}         [help/01]                                                               ;
37menu mhelp:             "Help on MIT"                   {mhelp}         [help/10]                                                               ;
38menu ahelp:             "Help on Athena"                {ahelp}         [help/20]                                                               ;
39menu chelp:             "Other computer help"           {chelp}         [help/30]                                                               ;
40
41item police:            "Campus police"                                 [ehelp/10]                                                              ;
42item deans:             "Dean's office"                                 [ehelp/20]                                                              ;
43item medical:           "Medical department"                            [ehelp/30]                                                              ;
44item nightline:         "Nightline"                                     [ehelp/40]                                                              ;
45item contactline:       "Contact Line"                                  [ehelp/50]                                                              ;
46item psych:             "Psychiatric services"                          [ehelp/60]                                                              ;
47
48! item lucy:            "Advice from Lucy"                              [mhelp/40]                                                              ;
49item mitdir:            "MIT Directory"                                 [mhelp/50]                      add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/search.html")           ;
50item map:               "Campus Map"                                    [mhelp/100]                     add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/map.html")           ;
51
52item olh:               "On Line Help"                                  [ahelp/10]                      exec("help")                            ;
53item olcstock:          "OLC Answers"                                   [ahelp/20]                      exec("xterm -e olc answers")            ;
54item olc:               "On Line Consulting"                            [ahelp/30]                      exec("xterm -e olc")                    ;
55item xman:              "Manual Pages"                  -rsaix          [ahelp/40]                      exec("xman")                            ;
56item minic:             "Athena Minicourses"                            [ahelp/42]                      add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu//minidev/www/")                                     ;
57item hotline:           "Hardware Hotline"                              [ahelp/45][ehelp/70][misc/90]                                           ;
58item separator:         "___________________"                           [ahelp/50][misc/900][graphicsediting/10]                                ;
59item xcluster:          "Athena Cluster Map"                            [ahelp/70]                      exec("xcluster")                        ;
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61item ishelp:            "I/S Computing Help Desk"                       [chelp]                                                                 ;
62item mcc:               "MIT Computer Connection"                       [chelp]                                                                 ;
63item sipb:              "Student Information Processing Board"          [chelp]                                                                 ;
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65menu mail:              "Mail"                  {email}                 [communication]                                                         ;
66menu zephyr_m:          "Zephyr"                {zephyr}                [communication/1]                                                       ;
67menu netnews_m:         "Netnews"               {netnews}               [communication/1]                                                       ;
68menu discuss_m:         "Discuss"               {discuss}               [communication/1]                                                       ;
69menu www_m:             "WorldWideWeb"          {www}                   [communication/1]                                                       ;
70!menu gopher_m:         "Gopher"                {gopher}                [communication/1]                                                       ;
71
72item aboutmh:           "About MH (Mail Handler)"                       [email]                                                                 ;
73item mh:                "Text-based MH programs"                        [email]                                                                 ;
74item xmh:               "XMH (X Mail Handler)"                          [email/10]                      exec("xmh")                             ;
75item exmh:              "EXMH"                                          [email/15]                      add("sipb"),exec("exmh")                ;
76item mh-rmail:          "Emacs Mail Handler"                            [email/20]                      exec("emacs -f mh-rmail")               ;
77item mailmaint:         "Mailmaint"                                     [email/30]                      exec("xterm -e mailmaint")              ;
78item listmaint:         "Listmaint"                                     [email/40]                      exec("xterm -e listmaint")              ;
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80item aboutzephyr:       "About Zephyr"                                  [zephyr]                                                                ;
81item zwrite:            "Sending messages"                              [zephyr/5]                                                              ;
82item zlocate:           "Locating another user"                         [zephyr/10]                                                             ;
83! item zsub:            "Listening for messages"                        [zephyr]                                                                ;
84! menu zephyrvis:       "Zephyr Visibility"     {zephyrvis}             [privacy,zephyr]                                                        ;
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86item zephhide:          "Hide location"                                 [zephyrvis]                     exec("zctl hide")                       ;
87item zephunhide:        "Unhide location"                               [zephyrvis]                     exec("zctl unhide")                     ;
88item zephannounce:      "Announce logins"                               [zephyrvis]                     exec("zctl set exposure realm-announced") ;
89item zephunannounce:    "Don't announce logins"                         [zephyrvis]                     exec("zctl set exposure realm-visible") ;
90item zephhidelogin:     "Hide location on login"                        [zephyrvis/1000]                exec("zctl set exposure none")          ;
91
92item aboutnews:         "About Netnews"                                 [netnews/0]                                                             ;
93item xrn:               "X News Reader"                                 [netnews/10]                    add("sipb"),exec("xrn")                 ;
94item rrn:               "Text-based News Reader"                        [netnews/15]                    add("sipb"),exec("xterm -e rrn")        ;
95item gnus:              "Emacs News Reader"                             [netnews/20]   attach("sipb"),exec("emacs -l /afs/athena/system/config/dash/emacs-gnus.el -f gnus");
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97item aboutdiscuss:      "About Discuss"                                 [discuss/0]                                                             ;
98item xdsc:              "X Discuss Reader"                              [discuss/10]                    exec("xdsc")                            ;
99item discuss:           "Text-based Discuss Reader"                     [discuss/15]                    exec("xterm -e discuss")                ;
100item edsc:              "Emacs Discuss Reader"                          [discuss/20]                    exec("emacs -f discuss")                ;
101
102item wwwcert:           "Certificates at MIT"                           [www/0]                         add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/is/help/cert/") ;
103menu wwwlynx:           "Lynx"          {lynx}                          [www/1] ;
104menu wwwnetscape:       "Netscape 4 (default)"  {netscape}              [www/2] ;
105menu wwwnetscape3:      "Netscape 3"            {netscape3}             [www/3] ;
106
107item lynxmit:           "Lynx - MIT Home Page"                          [lynx/10]                       add("infoagents"),exec("xterm -e lynx http://web.mit.edu/") ;
108item lynxsipb:          "Lynx - SIPB Home Page"                         [lynx/20]                       add("infoagents"),exec("xterm -e lynx http://www.mit.edu/") ;
109item lynxdefault:       "Lynx - default Home Page"                      [lynx/30]                       add("infoagents"),exec("xterm -e lynx") ;
110
111item netscapemit:       "Netscape 4 - MIT Home Page"    -decmips        [netscape/10]                   add("infoagents"),exec("netscape http://web.mit.edu/");
112item netscapesipb:      "Netscape 4 - SIPB Home Page"   -decmips        [netscape/20]                   add("infoagents"),exec("netscape http://www.mit.edu/");
113item netscapedefault:   "Netscape 4 - default Home Page"        -decmips        [netscape/30]                   add("infoagents"),exec("netscape") ;
114
115item netscape3mit:      "Netscape 3 - MIT Home Page"    -decmips        [netscape3/10]                  add("infoagents"),exec("netscape-3.01 http://web.mit.edu/");
116item netscape3sipb:     "Netscape 3 - SIPB Home Page"   -decmips        [netscape3/20]                  add("infoagents"),exec("netscape-3.01 http://www.mit.edu/");
117item netscape3default:  "Netscape 3 - default Home Page"        -decmips        [netscape3/30]                  add("infoagents"),exec("netscape-3.01") ;
118
119menu textediting:       "Text"          {textediting}                   [editing/1]                                                             ;
120menu graphicsediting:   "Graphics"      {graphicsediting}               [editing/2]                                                             ;
121menu cad:               "CAD"           {cad}                           [editing/3]                                                             ;
122
123item emacs:             "Emacs"                                         [textediting/1]                 exec("emacs")                           ;
124item ez:                "EZ"                                            [textediting/2]                 exec("ez -d")                           ;
125item latex:             "LaTeX"                                         [textediting/3]                                                         ;
126menu framestuff:        "FrameMaker"    {framestuff}            [textediting/4]
127 ;
128item frame:             "Maker"              -decmips -rsaix            [framestuff/1]          add("frame"),exec("maker")              ;
129item imaker:            "Imaker"        -sun4 -sgi -decmips -rsaix      [framestuff/2]                          ;
130item framereader:       "Reader (Acrobat)"      -decmips                [framestuff/3]          add("acro"),exec("acroread")            ;
131
132item aboutpictures:     "About picture editors"                         [graphicsediting/0]                                                     ;
133item coreldraw:         "CorelDraw"                                     [graphicsediting/1]                     add("corel"),exec("coreldraw")  ;
134item xpaint:            "Xpaint"                                        [graphicsediting/5]                     add("graphics"),exec("xpaint")  ;
135item xfig:              "Xfig"                                          [graphicsediting/4]                     add("sipb"),exec("xfig")        ;
136item tgif:              "Tgif"                                          [graphicsediting/3]                     add("sipb"),exec("tgif")        ;
137item xv:                "XV"                                            [graphicsediting/6]                     add("graphics"),exec("xv")      ;
138item graphother:        "Other"                                         [graphicsediting/7]                                                     ;
139! item with weight 10 in this menu is a separator.                                                                                              ;
140item xwd:               "xwd/xwud"                                      [graphicsediting/30]                                                    ;
141item xdpr:              "xdpr"                                          [graphicsediting/30]                    exec("xdpr")                    ;
142item bitmap:            "bitmap"                                        [graphicsediting/20]                                                    ;
143
144item autocad13:         "AutoCAD 13"  -rsaix -decmips           [cad/10]   add("autocad"),exec("autocad -version 13")                        ;
145item autocad12:         "AutoCAD 12"                            [cad/20]   add("autocad"),exec("autocad -version 12")                         ;
146
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148
149menu complanguages:     "Supported Languages"   {complanguages}         [programming/1]                                                         ;
150menu otherlanguages:    "Unsupported Languages"  {otherlanguages}       [programming/2]                                                         ;
151menu debuggers:         "Debuggers"             {debuggers}             [programming/10]                                                        ;
152menu toolslibs:         "Toolkits and Libraries" {toolkits,libraries}   [programming/10]                                                        ;
153
154item clang:             "C/C++"                                         [complanguages]                                                         ;
155item fortranlang:       "FORTRAN"                                       [complanguages]                                                         ;
156item javalang:          "Java (no OLC support)"                         [complanguages]                                                         ;
157
158item pascal:            "Pascal"                                        [otherlanguages]                                                        ;
159item perl:              "Perl"                                          [otherlanguages]                                                        ;
160item ct:                "cT"                                            [otherlanguages]                                                        ;
161item lisp:              "Allegro Common Lisp"                           [otherlanguages]                                                        ;
162item schemelang:        "Scheme"                                        [otherlanguages]                                                        ;
163item multi:             "Multi"                                         [otherlanguages]                                                        ;
164
165item codecenter:        "Codecenter"                                    [debuggers/10]                                                          ;
166item multi:             "Multi"                                         [debuggers/20]                                                          ;
167item xlibs:             "X Libraries"                                   [libraries/5]                                                           ;
168item mathlib:           "Math Libraries"                                [libraries/7][analysis]                                                 ;
169item numrecipes:        "Numerical Recipes"                             [libraries/10]                                                          ;
170item lapack:            "LAPACK"                                        [libraries/11]                                                          ;
171
172
173
174menu spreadsheets:      "Spreadsheets"          {spreadsheets}          [numeric]                                                               ;
175menu analyplot:         "Analysis and Plotting"  {analysis,plotting}    [numeric]                                                               ;
176
177item aboutspreadsheets: "About spreadsheets"                            [spreadsheets/1]                                                        ;
178item sc:                "SC"                                            [spreadsheets/10]               add("sipb"),exec("xterm -e sc")         ;
179item xess:              "Xess"                                          [spreadsheets/10][104/50]       add("xess"),exec("xess")                ;
180
181item splus:             "S-PLUS"                                [analysis]                      add("splus"),exec("xterm -e splus")     ;
182item sas:               "SAS"           -sgi                    [analysis,plotting]             add("sas"),exec("sas")                  ;
183item maple:             "Maple V"                       [plotting] add("maple"),exec("maple");
184item tecplot:           "Tecplot"                       [plotting] add("tecplot"),exec("tecplot");
185item matlab:    "MATLAB"                [104/40][course6/5][course16][analysis,plotting]        add("matlab"),exec("matlab")    ;
186
187item rules:             "Athena Rules of Use"                                   [misc/10]       add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/olh/Welcome/rules.html");
188item licenses:          "Software licenses"                             [misc/20]                                                                       ;
189item sendbug:           "Send a bug report"                             [misc/30][ahelp/49]                     exec("xterm -e sendbug")        ;
190item library:           "MIT Libraries"                                 [misc/100]                              add("library"),exec("library");
191
192item websis:            "WebSIS"                                        [misc/40]               add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview -c  http://student.mit.edu");
193item logout:            "Logout of Athena"                              [misc/1000]  -verify    createMapTree("logoutDialog"),mapTree("logoutDialog"),warpTree("logoutDialog") ;
194
195!item lucyann:          "Lucy is available"                             [announce]                                                              ;
196
197
198item aboutcw:           "About Courseware"                              [courseware/10]         ;
199item olta:              "OLTA (On Line TA)"                                     [courseware/20]         add("olta"),exec("xterm -e olta")               ;
200menu neos:              "NEOS"                          {neos}          [courseware/30]         ;
201menu esg:               "Experimental Study Group (ESG)" {esg}          [courseware/40]         ;
202menu frosh:             "Freshman Seminars"             {frosh}         [courseware/50]         ;
203menu course1:           "1 Civil Engineering"           {course1}       [courseware/60]         ;
204menu course2:           "2 Mechanical Engineering"      {course2}       [courseware/70]         ;
205menu course3:           "3 Materials Science and Engineering" {course3} [courseware/80]         ;
206menu course4:           "4 Architecture"                {course4}       [courseware/90]         ;
207menu course5:           "5 Chemistry"                   {course5}       [courseware/100]        ;
208menu course6:           "6 Electrical Engineering and Computer Science" {course6}       [courseware/110] ;
209menu course7:           "7 Biology"                     {course7}       [courseware/120]        ;
210menu course8:           "8 Physics"                     {course8}       [courseware/130]        ;
211menu course9:           "9 Brain and Cognitive Sciences" {course9}      [courseware/140]        ;
212menu course10:          "10 Chemical Engineering"        {course10}     [courseware/150]        ;
213menu course11:          "11 Urban Studies and Planning"  {course11}     [courseware/160]        ;
214menu course12:          "12 Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Science"   {course12}      [courseware/170]        ;
215menu course13:          "13 Ocean Engineering"          {course13}      [courseware/180]        ;
216menu course14:          "14 Economics"                  {course14}      [courseware/190]        ;
217menu course16:          "16 Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering" {course16}      [courseware/200]        ;
218menu course17:          "17 Political Science"          {course17}      [courseware/210]        ;
219menu course18:          "18 Mathematics"                {course18}      [courseware/220]        ;
220menu course21:          "21 Humanities"                 {course21}      [courseware/230]        ;
221menu course22:          "22 Nuclear Engineering"        {course22}      [courseware/240]        ;
222menu course24:          "24 Linguistics and Philosophy" {course24}      [courseware/250]        ;
223menu courseHST:         "HST Health Sciences and Technology"    {courseHST}     [courseware/260]                ;
224menu courseSTS:         "STS Science, Technology, and Society"    {courseSTS}   [courseware/270]                ;
225
226  item aboutneos:       "About NEOS"                        [neos]          ;
227  item eos:             "Eos"                               [neos/10]       exec("eos");
228  item grade:           "Grade"                             [neos/10]       exec("grade");
229
230  item fishwrap:        "Fishwrap"      -decmips            [frosh/10][misc/90] add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://fishwrap.mit.edu/") ;
231  help fishwrap:
232"This brings up the  Fishwrap home page in an existing web browser,
233or starts a new browser if one is not running.  Fishwrap is the MIT Media
234Laboratory's experimental interactive newspaper project.  The project
235tailors the content of your paper based on regional or topical interest from
236news wires like the AP, Reuters and Knight-Ridder.
237";
238
239  item esg7.01:         "7.01-ESG Hyper Textbook"           [esg/10]        add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://esg-www.mit.edu:8001/esgbio/7001main.html") ;
240
241  item esg18.01a:       "18.01A-ESG"        [esg/12]        add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/18.01-esg/18.01A/home.html");
242
243  item esg18.02:        "18.02/18.02A-ESG"  [esg/14]        add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview  http://web.mit.edu/18.02-esg/18.02A/home.html");
244
245  item esg18.02_is:     "18.02-ESG Independent Study"  [esg/16]     add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview  http://web.mit.edu/18.02-esg/18.02IS/main.html");
246
247  item esg18.023:       "18.023-ESG"        [esg/18]        add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/18.02-esg/www/18.023/home.html");
248
249  item esg18.03_is:     "18.03-ESG Independent Study"  [esg/20]     add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview  http://web.mit.edu/18.03-esg/www/home.html");
250
251  item esg_robotics:    "ESG Robotics Seminar Home Page"    [esg/30]        add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/esg/proj/ic/www");
252
253  item esg_sp281:       "SP281: Hands-on Engineering Projects"    [esg/40]          add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/esg/sp281/www/home.html");
254
255  item 100web:          "1.00 Home Page"                    [course1/10]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://monett.mit.edu/100/home.nsf") ;
256
257 
258  menu 104:             "1.050/1.105"                   {104}       [course1/20]    ;
259
260! a MATLAB menu item appears here at [104/40].  (from analysis,plotting);
261! an Xess menu item also appears here at [104/50]. (from spreadsheets);
262
263  item 104setup:        "1.050/1.105 Setup"                  -sgi   [104/5]  add("1.04"),exec("config_pdf");
264  item 104book:         "1.050/1.105 Electronic Textbook"   -sgi   [104/10] add("1.04"),exec("launch_book") ;
265  item 104frame2d:      "Matrix Methods - Frame2d"    -sgi  [104/20]        add("1.04"),exec("frame2d.sh");
266  item 104truss2d:      "Matrix Methods - Truss2d"    -sgi  [104/30]        add("1.04"),exec("truss2d.sh");
267  item 104taxonomy:     "Taxonomy of Materials"       -sgi  [104/40]        add("1.04"),exec("Taxonomy.sh");
268
269  help 104setup:
270"Run this once to configure your .mailcap and
271.mime.types files to be able to run the
2721.050/1.105 Electronic Textbook.
273";
274  item 1124web:         "1.124 Home Page"                   [course1/25]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu//1.124/www/home.html") ;
275
276  item 1.130web:        "1.130 Home Page"                  [course1/26] add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/1.130");
277
278  item tunsim:          "Tunnel Simulator"      -sgi        [course1/30]    add("simsuper"),exec("xterm -title Tunnel_Simulator -e menu");
279  item assess:          "Assess"                -sun4       [course1/40]    add("1.101"),exec("xterm -n Assess -e assess");
280  item growltiger:      "Growltiger"                        [course1/50]    add("growltiger"),exec("growltiger");
281
282   item meweb:          "me.mit.edu ME Home Page"           [course2/02]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://me.mit.edu/");
283  help meweb:
284"The WWW server for the Mechanical
285Engineering Department.
286";
287 
288  menu 2001:            "2.001"                 {2001}      [course2/10]    ;
289
290    item 2001web:       "2.001 Home Page"                   [2001/10]       add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu//2.001/www/home.html");
291    item 2001frame2d:   "Matrix Methods - Frame2d"          [2001/15]       add("2.01"),exec("frame2d");
292    item 2001truss2d:   "Matrix Methods - Truss2d"          [2001/20]       add("2.01"),exec("truss2d");
293
294  item 2002web:         "2.002 Home Page"                   [course2/20]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/2.002/www/index.html");
295
296  item 2004web:         "2.004 Home Page"                   [course2/20]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/2.004/www/index.html");
297
298  item 2010web:         "2.010 Home Page"                   [course2/30]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/2.010/www/index.html");
299
300  item 2032web:         "2.032 Home Page"                   [course2/50]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/2.032/www/home.html") ;
301
302  item 2670web:         "2.670 Home Page"                   [course2/60]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://me.mit.edu/2.670");
303
304  item adina:           "ADINA"                             [course2/70]    add("adina"),exec("runaui");
305  help adina:
306"ADINA is a finite-element analysis package used in
307Mechanical Engineering graduate courses.  No support
308or assistance is available outside of those courses.
309Please direct all questions to your instructor or TA
310if appropriate.
311";
312
313  item mematlab:        "MATLAB"        [course2/80]    add("matlab"),exec("matlab");
314  help mematlab:
315"An interactive 'matrix laboratory' for manipulating
316matrices, plotting data sets, and general numerical
317computation.
318
319To run:  add matlab; matlab
320";
321
322  item proeng:          "Pro/ENGINEER"          -decmips    [course2/90]    add("parametric"),exec("proeng");
323  help proeng:
324"Solid modelling software from Parametric
325Technologies, Inc.  For support/assistance
326contact your TA or advisor.
327
328To run:  add parametric; proeng
329";
330
331  menu visdycon:        "Visdycon"              {visd}      [course2/100]    ;
332   item sysresp:        "System Response"                   [visd/05]       add("visdycon"),exec("sysresp");
333   item rlocus:         "Root Locus"                        [visd/10]       add("visdycon"),exec("rlocus");
334!   item lingraph:      "Linear Graph"  -sun4 -dec -sgi     [visd/15]       add("visdycon");
335!   item bodiag:        "Bode Diagrams" -sun4 -dec -sgi     [visd/20]       add("visdycon");
336   item visinfo:        "Information"                       [visd/25]       setup("visdycon"),exec("xterm -n Visdycon");
337   item vihelp:         "Visdycon Help"                     [visd/30]       ;
338
339
340  menu 300:             "3.00"                  {300}       [course3/10]    ;
341    item 300phase:      "Phase"   -sgi                      [300]           add("3.00"),exec("phase");
342
343    help 300phase:
344"From a workstation type:
345
346    add 3.00
347    phase
348";
349
350  item 3091:            "3.091"                             [course3/30]    setup("3.091"),exec("xterm -n 3.091");
351  item 311:             "3.11 Home Page"                    [course3/40]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/course/3/3.11/www/home.html");
352
353  menu 3185:            "3.185"                 {3185}      [course3/60]    ;
354
355   item 3185gas:        "Gas Properties"        -sun4       [3185/10]       add("3.185"),exec("Propgas");
356   item 3185heat:       "Heat Transfer"         -sun4       [3185/20]       add("3.185"),exec("Heattrans");
357   item 3185fluid:      "Fluid Flow"            -sun4       [3185/30]       add("3.185"),exec("Fluidflow");
358   item 3185web:        "3.185 Home Page"                   [3185/40]       add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/3.185/www/");
359
360   help 3185web:
361"This brings up the 3.185 World Wide
362 Web home page in an existing browser,
363 or starts a new browser if one is
364 not running. 
365
366";
367
368  item 3a16web:         "3-A16 Home Page"                   [course3/70]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/3a16/www/home.html");
369  item 3s32web:         "3-S32 Home Page"                   [course3/80]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/3s32/www/index.html");
370
371  item 353web:          "3.53 Home Page"                    [course3/90]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/3.53/www/index.html");
372
373  menu 4.203:           "4.203"                 {4203}      [course4/1]     ;
374    item 4023Manual:    "AutoCAD Manual"        -decmips    [4203/5]        add("autocad"),exec("/mit/autocad/bin/dtext");
375    item 4203acad12:    "AutoCAD 12"            -sgi        [4203/25]       add("4.203"),exec("/mit/4.203/bin/autocad -version 12");
376    item 4203acad13:    "AutoCAD 13"            -decmips    [4203/20]       add("4.203"),exec("/mit/4.203/bin/autocad -version 13");
377
378  menu aboutcrl:        "About the CRL"         {aboutcrl}  [course4/2]     ;
379  menu aboutcrl2:       "About the CRL"         {aboutcrl2} [course11/2]    ;
380    item askcrl:        "Ask the Staff"                     [aboutcrl/1][aboutcrl2/1];
381    help askcrl:
382"To get more help from CRL on any topic, send email
383to <crlhelp@mit.edu> and someone from the Lab Staff
384will get back to you as soon as possible." ;
385
386    item crlolh:        "Answers"        -decmips           [aboutcrl/2][aboutcrl2/2] attach("crl"),add("frame"),exec("reader +viewerIsServer -file /mit/crl/Help/help/about-crl.doc")  ;
387
388  item 507web:          "5.07 Home Page"                    [course5/10]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/5.07/www/course.html") ;
389  item 511web:          "5.11 Home Page"                    [course5/20]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/5.11/www/") ;
390
391  menu 6003:            "6.003 Signals & Systems" {6003}    [course6/10]    ;
392    item 6003matlab:    "6.003 MATLAB"                      [6003/10]       add("6.003"),exec("6003matlab");
393 
394  item 6012web:         "6.012 Home Page"       -decmips    [course6/20]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/6.012/www/home.html") ;
395
396  menu quantphys:       "6.021J/6.521J Quantitative Physiology"  {6021j}  [course6/30]  ;
397    item quantphysx11:  "X11 Software"                      [6021j/10]      setup("6.021J"),exec("xterm -n qp");
398    item quantphysmat4: "MATLAB v4 Software"                [6021j/20]      add("6.021J"),exec("6021matlab4");
399    item quantphysdef:  "MATLAB v5 Software"                [6021j/30]      add("6.021J"),exec("6021matlab");
400
401  menu 6022jcvsim:      "6.022J"                 {6022j}    [course6/40]    ;
402    item 6022cvsim:     "CVSIM"                  -sgi       [6022j]         add("hst"),exec("xterm -e cvsim");
403
404  item 6041:            "6.041/6.431 Probabilistic Systems Analysis"    [course6/50]    setup("6.041"),exec("xterm -n 6.041/6.431");
405  item 6070web  :       "6.070 Home Page"                   [course6/60]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/6.070/index.html") ;
406  item 6071web:         "6.071 Home Page"                   [course6/70]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/6.071/www/home.html") ;
407  item 6111:            "6.111 Digital Design Tools"        [course6/80]    setup("6.111"),exec("xterm -n 6.111");
408
409  item 6270:            "6.270 Robot Design"     -sun4      [course6/90]    setup("6.270"),exec("xterm -n 6.270");
410  item 6728web:         "6.728 Home Page"                   [course6/100]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/6.728/www/home.html");
411  item 6730web:         "6.730 Home Page"                   [course6/110]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/6.730/www/info.html");
412  item 6965web:         "6.965 Home Page"                   [course6/120]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/6.728/www/home.html");
413
414  item 701web:          "7.01x Home Page"                   [course7/10]       add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/7.01x/www");
415  item 702web:          "7.02 Home Page"                    [course7/20]       add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/7.02/www");
416
417  item 801web:          "8.01 Home Page"                    [course8/05]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/8.01/www");
418
419  item 802web:          "8.02 Home Page"                    [course8/06]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/8.02/www");
420
421  item 803web:          "8.03 Home Page"                    [course8/10]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/8.03/Kaspi/");
422  item 804web:          "8.04 Home Page"                    [course8/20]    add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/8.04/www/8.04.html");
423
424  item 10001web:        "10.001 Home Page"                  [course10/10]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/10.001/Web/index.html");
425
426  item 10213web:        "10.213 Home Page"                  [course10/20]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/10.213/www/10213hp.html") ;
427
428  item 10490web:        "10.490 Home Page"                  [course10/30]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/10.490/Web/index.html");
429
430  item 10491web:        "10.491 Home Page"                  [course10/40]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/10.491/Web/index.html");
431
432  menu 10550:           "10.550"                {10550}     [course10/50]    ; 
433    item 10550control:  "10.550 Control Modules"            [10550/10]      attach("10.550"),add("matlab"),exec("matlab /mit/10.550/Courseware/PCM");
434  item 10551web:        "10.551 Home Page"                  [course10/60]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/10.551/www/index.html");
435
436  item xmap:            "MITMapper"             -sgi        [course11/10]   attach("crldata"),add("crlbin"),exec("mitmap");
437
438  menu 11227:           "11.227"                {11227}     [course11/20]   ;
439    item 11227tips:     "Helpful Tips"          -decmips    [11227/10]      attach("crl"),add("frame"),exec("reader +viewerIsServer -file /mit/crl/Help/tips")  ;
440
441  menu 11520:           "11.520"                {11520}     [course11/30]   ;
442    item 11520tips:     "Helpful Tips"          -decmips    [11520/10]      attach("11.520"),add("frame"),exec("reader +viewerIsServer -file /mit/11.520/Help/tips");
443
444  menu 11521:           "11.521"                {11521}     [course11/40]   ;
445    item 11521tips:     "Helpful Tips"          -decmips    [11521/10]      attach("11.521"),add("frame"),exec("reader +viewerIsServer -file /mit/11.521/Help/tips");
446
447  item mathematica:     "Mathematica"           -sgi        [course12]      add("math"),exec("mathematica");
448  help mathematica:
449"A limited number of Mathematica licenses are available on Athena. 
450The package is supported only on the context of a course; please
451contact your course TA for help. 
452
453Mathematica is ONLY available on Athena Suns.
454
455To run on a workstation:
456
457   add math;  mathematica
458
459To run over dialup:
460
461   add math; math
462
463Other help:  add math; mathbook
464                         select entry under the `Help' menu
465                               (X-based version of the application)
466
467Bug reports:  use sendbug
468";
469
470! PROPHD only runs on DECstations
471  menu 1304:            "13.04"                 {1304}      [course13]  ;
472    item prophd:        "PROP-HD"               -sgi  -sun4 [1304]          add("13.04"),exec("xterm -e /mit/13.04/%Mbin/prophd");
473
474! SHCP, RUNSUB, NORPLOT,  VIEWDXF only run on DECstations
475  menu shipdesign:      "Ship Design"   {shipdesign}        [course13]      ;
476
477    item SHCP:          "SHCP"                  -sgi -sun4  [shipdesign]    attach("13.ship"),exec("xterm -e /mit/13.ship/shcp/%Mbin/runshcp");
478    item RUNSUB:        "Runsub"                -sgi -sun4  [shipdesign]    attach("13.ship"),exec("xterm -e /mit/13.ship/subs/%Mbin/runsub");
479    item NORPLOT:       "Norplot"               -sgi -sun4  [shipdesign]    attach("13.ship"),exec("xterm -e /mit/13.ship/norplot/%Mbin/Norplot");
480    item VIEWDXF:       "Viewdxf"               -sgi -sun4  [shipdesign]    attach("13.ship"),exec("xterm -e /mit/13.ship/autocad/%Mbin/viewdxf");
481
482
483  item 14.01web:        "14.01 Home Page"                   [course14/10]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/14.01/www/");
484  item 14.02web:        "14.02 Home Page"                   [course14/12]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/14.02/www/");
485  item 1421jweb:        "14.21J Home Page"                  [course14/20]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/14.21j/www/index.html");
486  item 1431web:         "14.31 Home Page"                   [course14/23]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/14.31/www/");
487  item 1475jweb:        "14.75J Home Page"                  [course14/30]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/14.75j/www/");
488  item 14a02web:        "14a02 Home Page"                   [course14/40]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/14a02/www/index.html");
489
490! Matlab appears here on the course 16 menu;
491
492  menu 1803:            "18.03"                 {1803}      [course18/10]   ;
493    item 1803web:       "18.03 Home Page"                   [1803/10]       add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://www-math.mit.edu/18.03/");
494    item 1803maple:     "Maple"                             [1803/20]       add("maple"),exec("maple");
495    item 1803matlab:    "MATLAB"                            [1803/30]       add("matlab"),exec("matlab");
496    item 1803x1:        "xphased 1"                         [1803/40]       add("18.03"),exec("x1");
497    item 1803x2:        "xphased 2"                         [1803/50]       add("18.03"),exec("x2");
498
499  menu 1806:            "18.06"                 {1806}      [course18/15]   ;
500    item 1806web:       "18.06 Home Page"                   [1806/20]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/18.06/www/index.html");
501    item 1806matlab:    "18.06 MATLAB"                      [1806/30]       add("18.06"),exec("1806matlab");
502
503  menu 18311:           "18.311"                {18311}     [course18/20]   ;
504    item 18311web:      "18.311 Home Page"                   [18311/05] add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://www-math.mit.edu/18.311/");
505    item 18311matlab4:  "18.311 MATLAB 4"                   [18311/10]  add("18.311"),exec("18.311matlab4");
506    item 18311matlab5:  "18.311 MATLAB 5"                   [18311/20]  add("18.311"),exec("18.311matlab5");
507
508
509  item 18.327web:       "18.327 Home Page"              [course18/25]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/18.327");
510
511  menu 18385:           "18.385"                {18385}     [course18/30]       ;
512   item dstool:         "dstool"                -sgi        [18385]         add("18.385"),exec("xterm -sb -e dstool");
513   item xphased:        "xphased"               -sgi        [18385]         add("18.385"),exec("xphased");
514
515
516  menu french:          "French"                {french}    [course21/10]   ;
517
518    item french2web:    "French II Home Page"               [french]        add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/21.french/francaisII/");
519
520! Should check the 21.254 items - they are probably out of date.;
521
522  menu japanese:        "Japanese"      {japanese}          [course21/20]   ;
523    item jmaterials:    "Japanese 1-8 Materials (WWW)"      [japanese/10]   add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://www-japan.mit.edu/mit/mit-materials/");
524
525    menu 21254:         "Advanced Japanese (21F505)" {21254} [japanese/40]      ;
526
527        item 21254head: "`Current Japanese' Texts"              [21254/5]       ;
528
529        item 21254r1:   "Lesson 1"              -sgi        [21254/10]   attach("21.japan"),attach("babel"),exec("/mit/babel/bin/bigmule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current1");
530        item 21254r2:   "Lesson 2"              -sgi        [21254/20]   attach("21.japan"),attach("babel"),exec("/mit/babel/bin/bigmule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current2");
531              item 21254r3:     "Lesson 3"      -sgi        [21254/30]   attach("21.japan"),attach("babel"),exec("/mit/babel/bin/bigmule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current3");
532        item 21254r4:   "Lesson 4"              -sgi        [21254/40]   attach("21.japan"),attach("babel"),exec("/mit/babel/bin/bigmule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current4");
533        item 21254r5:   "Lesson 5"              -sgi        [21254/50]   attach("21.japan"),attach("babel"),exec("/mit/babel/bin/bigmule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current5");
534        item 21254r6:   "Lesson 6"              -sgi        [21254/60]   attach("21.japan"),attach("babel"),exec("/mit/babel/bin/bigmule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current6");
535        item 21254r7:   "Lesson 7"              -sgi        [21254/70]   attach("21.japan"),attach("babel"),exec("/mit/babel/bin/bigmule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current7");
536        item 21254r8:   "Lesson 8"              -sgi        [21254/80]   attach("21.japan"),attach("babel"),exec("/mit/babel/bin/bigmule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current8");
537
538  item separator:       "___________________"                [japanese/50]   ;
539  item kterm:           "Kterm"                         -sgi [japanese/60]   attach("nihongo"),exec("/mit/nihongo/bin/kterm");
540  item bkterm:          "Kterm (large font)"            -sgi [japanese/70]   attach("nihongo"),exec("/mit/nihongo/bin/bigkterm");
541  item mule:            "Mule (multi-language emacs)"   -sgi [japanese/80]   attach("babel"),exec("/mit/babel/bin/mule");
542  item bmule:           "Mule (large font)"             -sgi [japanese/90]   attach("babel"),exec("/mit/babel/bin/bigmule");
543  item jdict:           "J/E, E/J, Kanji Dictionary"    -sgi [japanese/100]  attach("nihongo"),exec("/mit/nihongo/bin/kterm -e /mit/nihongo/bin/xjdic");
544  item bjdict:          "Dictionary (large font)"       -sgi [japanese/110]  attach("nihongo"),exec("/mit/nihongo/bin/bigkterm -e /mit/nihongo/bin/xjdic");
545
546  help jmaterials:
547"This menu item launches Netscape, with the MIT Japanese Language Program
548materials page as its starting point.  You can start Netscape yourself:
549
550          add infoagents
551          /mit/infoagents/bin/Netscape &
552
553and simply open the URL:
554
555          http://www-japan.mit.edu/mit/mit-materials/
556
557to get to the same page.
558
559NOTE:  We can only guarantee results (proper display of Japanese text,
560and browser configuration) if you use this version of Netscape. 
561";
562
563  help 21254r1:
564"This brings up a copy of Current Japanese, Lesson 1 in a mule
565window with a large, easy-to-read font.
566
567To run:  attach 21.japan
568            add babel; mule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current1 &
569
570To print the file:
571
572(inside mule while viewing the file) M-x print-mule-buffer
573                   
574(outside of mule) add nihongo; attach 21.japan; jlpr /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current1
575
576Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
577";
578
579  help 21254r2:
580"This brings up a copy of Current Japanese, Lesson2 in a mule
581window with a large, easy-to-read font.
582
583To run:  attach 21.japan
584            add babel; mule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current2 &
585
586To print the file:
587
588(inside mule while viewing the file) M-x print-mule-buffer
589                   
590(outside of mule) add nihongo; attach 21.japan; jlpr /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current2
591
592Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
593";
594
595  help 21254r3:
596"This brings up a copy of Current Japanese, Lesson 3 in a mule
597window with a large, easy-to-read font.
598
599To run:  attach 21.japan
600            add babel; mule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current3 &
601
602To print the file:
603
604(inside mule while viewing the file) M-x print-mule-buffer
605                   
606(outside of mule) add nihongo; attach 21.japan; jlpr /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current3
607
608Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
609";
610
611  help 21254r4:
612"This brings up a copy of Current Japanese, Lesson4  in a mule
613window with a large, easy-to-read font.
614
615To run:  attach 21.japan
616            add babel; mule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current4 &
617
618To print the file:
619
620(inside mule while viewing the file) M-x print-mule-buffer
621                   
622(outside of mule) add nihongo; attach 21.japan; jlpr /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current4
623
624Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
625";
626
627  help 21254r5:
628"This brings up a copy of Current Japanese, Lesson 5 in a mule
629window with a large, easy-to-read font.
630
631To run:  attach 21.japan
632            add babel; mule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current5 &
633
634To print the file:
635
636(inside mule while viewing the file) M-x print-mule-buffer
637                   
638(outside of mule) add nihongo; attach 21.japan; jlpr /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current5
639
640Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
641";
642
643  help 21254r6:
644"This brings up a copy of Current Japanese, Lesson 6 in a mule
645window with a large, easy-to-read font.
646
647To run:  attach 21.japan
648            add babel; mule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current6 &
649
650To print the file:
651
652(inside mule while viewing the file) M-x print-mule-buffer
653                   
654(outside of mule) add nihongo; attach 21.japan; jlpr /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current6
655
656Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
657";
658
659  help 21254r7:
660"This brings up a copy of Current Japanese, Lesson 7 in a mule
661window with a large, easy-to-read font.
662
663To run:  attach 21.japan
664            add babel; mule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current7 &
665
666To print the file:
667
668(inside mule while viewing the file) M-x print-mule-buffer
669                   
670(outside of mule) add nihongo; attach 21.japan; jlpr /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current7
671
672Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
673";
674
675  help 21254r8:
676"This brings up a copy of Current Japanese, Lesson 8 in a mule
677window with a large, easy-to-read font.
678
679To run:  attach 21.japan
680            add babel; mule /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current8 &
681
682To print the file:
683
684(inside mule while viewing the file) M-x print-mule-buffer
685                   
686(outside of mule) add nihongo; attach 21.japan; jlpr /mit/21.japan/class-materials/reading/current-japanese/current8
687
688Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
689";
690
691  help kterm:
692"Kterm is a kanji-capable variant of `xterm.'
693
694To run:  add nihongo; kterm &
695
696Other help:  man kterm
697
698Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
699";
700
701  help bkterm:
702"This launches a version of `kterm' with a large,
703easy-to-read font.
704
705To run:  add nihongo; bigkterm &
706
707Other help:  man kterm
708
709Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
710";
711
712  help mule:
713"Mule is a multi-language version of the emacs
714text editor.  When used with a special text-entry mode
715called `skk' it can be used to type Japanese text.
716
717To run:  add babel; mule &
718To invoke skk inside of mule:  M-x skk-mode
719
720Other help:  man mule
721
722                         Netscape http://www-japan.mit.edu/mit/mit-materials/help/ &
723
724Bug-reports:  email to <bug-babel@mit.edu>
725";
726
727  help bmule:
728"This invokes a version of Mule with an extra-large
729font, particularly well-suited for beginning learners
730of Japanese. 
731
732To run:  add babel; bigmule &
733To invoke skk inside of mule:  M-x skk-mode
734
735Other help:  man mule
736
737                         Netscape http://www-japan.mit.edu/mit/mit-materials/help/ &
738
739Bug-reports:  email to <bug-babel@mit.edu>
740";
741
742  help jdict:
743"This launches `xjdic,' a freeware English/Japanese,
744Japanese/English and Kanji dictionary. 
745
746To run:  add nihongo; kterm &
747                 in that kterm, type:  xjdic
748
749Other help:  man xjdic
750
751                        Netscape http://www-japan.mit.edu/mit/mit-materials/help/ &
752
753Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
754";
755
756  help bjdict:
757"This launches `xjdic' in a large, easy-to-read font.
758
759To run:  add nihongo; bigkterm &
760                 in that kterm, type:  xjdic
761
762Other help:  man xjdic
763
764                        Netscape http://www-japan.mit.edu/mit/mit-materials/help/ &
765
766Bug-reports:  email to <bug-nihongo@mit.edu>
767";
768
769
770  menu filmstudies:     "Film and Media Studies" {filmstudies} [course21/30] ;
771    item flmstudweb:    "Film and Media Home Page"          [filmstudies/10] add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/21fms/Program/home.html");
772
773  menu humstudies:      "Writing and Humanistic Studies"  {humstudies}  [course21/40]  ;
774    item sciwriteweb:   "21W.783 Home Page"         [humstudies/10] add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/21w783/www/home.html");
775    item techwriteweb:  "21W.794 Home Page"         [humstudies/20] add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/21w794/www/home.html");
776
777  item cvsim:           "CVSIM"         -sgi                [courseHST]     add("hst"),exec("xterm -e cvsim");
778
779  item sts001:  "STS001 Home Page"          [courseSTS/10] add("infoagents"),exec("htmlview http://web.mit.edu/sts001/www/index.html");
780
781help yhelp:
782"Dash is the Athena Dashboard.  In addition to
783providing these menus, dash has several built-in
784accessories like clocks and a logout button.
785
786We invite you to browse through the menus - both
787for future reference and to get your opinions.
788
789To send a bug report about Dash or any other
790Athena software, type `sendbug' at the `athena%'
791prompt, or use the `Send a bug report' option
792under the Dash `Special' menu.
793
794Mail comments and questions to:
795
796              <dash-changes@mit.edu>
797
798To run on a workstation:   dash &
799Other help:  man dash
800";
801
802help qhelp:
803"Click on the `?' (question mark icon) for info about an item.
804Click on the `->' (right arrow icon) for submenu of an item.
805
806`To run on a workstation:' gives the command that you can
807  type to run the item yourself while logged into a workstation.
808`To run on dialup:' gives the command that you can type
809  when you want to run a text-based application.
810`To run:' gives the command for both types of sessions.
811`Other help:' lists sources to check for more help.
812
813Menu items which are marked with a `*' (star) will start
814  programs or execute commands - dash will first pop up a
815  dialog box which asks you to confirm the action by
816  clicking a `yes' or `no' button.
817Other menu items are informational only - clicking on the
818  `?' will give help, but clicking on the item itself will
819  do nothing but close the menu.";
820
821help xcluster:
822"Xcluster brings up a map of MIT showing the location
823of all public Athena clusters.  Users can click on a particular
824cluster to get information on availability of workstations and
825status of printers. 
826
827To run on a workstation:   xcluster &
828To run on dialup:                    cview
829
830Other help:  man xcluster
831                         `Help' button in xcluster
832                         man cview
833
834Bug reports:  use sendbug
835";
836
837help olta:
838"The On-Line TA system works just like the OLC (Athena's On-line
839Consulting system) except for the fact that the `consultants' are the
840TA's for a course, and the `topics' are the course numbers themselves.
841Users can ask questions about their course assignments which will be
842answered by the TAs for that course.  Any course may use the system,
843but must contact the Faculty Liaison Office to set it up.
844
845To run:    add olta ; olta
846
847Other help: man olta
848                         type `help' within olta
849                         OLTA on Athena Student Guide (AC-93) and TA Guide (AC-94), from CopyTech
850                             and in OLH under `Using Athena for Courses' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
851
852
853Bug reports:  use sendbug
854";
855
856help olcstock:
857"The OLC Stock Answers program allows you to browse
858answers prepared for the questions most commonly asked of
859On Line Consulting.
860
861To run:    olc answers   
862    or:           type `answers' at the olc> prompt   
863    or:           go to http://web.mit.edu/answers/     
864
865Other help: type `?' within olc
866
867Bug reports:  use sendbug
868";
869
870help olh:
871"The On Line Help program contains documentation from many
872sources about the Athena system and programs available,
873either by browsing a tree of topics or by searching for
874specific keywords.
875
876To run:    help
877To start the text-based version on a workstation:    help -tty
878
879Bug reports:  use sendbug
880";
881
882help olc:
883"The On Line Consulting facility is the place to ask
884any sorts of questions you might have about Athena.
885If no one is available immediately, your question will
886be held until someone can help.  If you logout, you
887may receive an answer by electronic mail.
888
889You can also contact the consultants by calling x3-4435,
890stopping by N42-105, or filling out the web form at
891http://web.mit.edu/consult/www/ask.html
892
893To run:    olc
894
895Other help: man olc
896                         type `?' inside olc for a list of commands
897                         type `help' inside olc
898                         see http://web.mit.edu/consult/www/
899
900Bug reports:  use sendbug
901";
902
903help xman:
904"The manual page browser displays manual pages which
905are stored on line for most programs and commands used
906on Athena.
907
908To run on a workstation:   xman &
909To run on dialup:                man programname
910
911Other help: man xman
912                         man man
913
914Bug reports:  use sendbug
915";
916
917help hotline:
918"To report a problem with any Athena machine, cluster,
919or any other Athena equipment, call the Hardware Hotline
920at x3-1410.  You can also send mail to <hotline@mit.edu>.
921       
922In either case, please provide as much information on the
923problem as you can (location of equipment, type of machine,
924exact nature of the problem, any error messages you may
925see, and your name and phone number if applicable.)";
926
927help minic:
928"Athena minicourses are free one-hour lectures intended to show
929you how to use Athena and MITnet services and facilities.
930For yearly and upcoming schedules, and topics covered, point
931your web browser to http://web.mit.edu/minidev/
932";
933
934help helptoggle:
935"This option turns off the `?' icons and the
936associated help panels (such as this one.) 
937This option is a toggle -- it will replace itself
938with its reverse function, `Show `?' Buttons.'";
939
940help sc:
941"The spreadsheet calculator (sc) resembles many
942other spreadsheet programs and has its own help
943command.  It is usable both over dialup and on
944a workstation.
945
946To run:    add sipb ; sc
947
948Other help: man sc
949
950Bug reports: send email to <bug-sipb@mit.edu>
951";
952
953help splus:
954"S-PLUS is an interactive environment for data
955analysis and graphics. It grew out of the interests
956and needs of people doing statistics research, and
957is used extensively by statisticians.  S-PLUS is an
958extended version of the product, S.
959
960To run:  add splus; splus
961
962For online help within S-PLUS, type: help.start()
963
964Other help:  man Splus
965                         more /mit/splus/README.athena
966                         manuals available for browsing in N42-105
967     
968                         The NEW S Language, A Programming
969                         Environment for Data Analysis and
970                         Graphics, by Richard A. Becker,
971                         John M. Chambers and Allan R. Wilks
972                         (available at the MIT Coop)
973       
974Bug reports:  use sendbug
975";
976
977help ez:
978"EZ is a text editor and word processor which allows
979multiple fonts, special symbols, and a variety of
980formatting operations to be used with a nearly
981`What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get' (WYSIWYG)
982interface.  Press the middle mouse button over an ez
983window to get a menu of commands, including help.
984
985To run on workstation:   ez
986
987Other help: man ez
988                         ahelp ez
989                         OLH under `Text and Graphics Software' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
990                         OLC stock answers
991                         choose `Help' from the `ez' menu inside EZ
992                         EZ on Athena (AC-46) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
993
994Bug reports:  use sendbug
995";
996
997help emacs:
998"Emacs is a widely-used text editor which works
999on many different computer systems, and is a
1000user-extensible system with hundreds of options.
1001In addition to text editing, you can read NetNews,
1002Discuss or your electronic mail inside of emacs.
1003
1004To run on a workstation:   emacs &
1005To run on dialup:                  emacs
1006
1007Other help:  man emacs
1008                         OLH under `Text and Graphics Software' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1009                         OLC stock answers
1010                         `Emacs on Athena' (AC-41) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1011                         emacs manuals in clusters and libraries
1012
1013                         Type Ctrl-h in an emacs window to get help inside emacs
1014                         Ctrl-h  t to start the emacs tutorial inside emacs
1015                         Ctrl-h  i to start the emacs INFO system inside emacs
1016
1017Bug reports:  use sendbug
1018";
1019
1020help latex:
1021"LaTeX is a program which formats text for printing.  It converts a
1022text file into a formatted document with a moderate amount of work on
1023the user's part.  LaTeX can typeset many foreign characters and very
1024complex mathematical text.
1025
1026To run: latex filename.tex
1027
1028Other help:  man latex
1029                         `Essential LaTeX on Athena' (AC-50) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1030                         `More LaTeX on Athena:  Reports and Advanced Topics' (AC-51)
1031                                  at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1032                         `More LaTeX on Athena: MIT Thesis' (AC-52) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1033                         `Inessential LaTeX' from the SIPB
1034                         LaTeX User's Guide in clusters and libraries
1035                         OLH under `Text and Graphics Software' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1036                         OLC stock answers
1037
1038Bug reports:  use sendbug";
1039
1040help frame:
1041"FrameMaker is a full-featured and very powerful document preparation
1042system, suitable for creating complex documents.  Because of its
1043complexity, it is not well-suited for writing simple documents such as
1044letters and memos, or non-formatted documents such as email and
1045dotfiles.
1046
1047To run on a workstation: add frame; maker
1048
1049Other help: click on `Help' from the Frame startup menubar
1050                         choose the `Help' menu inside the Frame window
1051                         `FrameMaker on Athena' (AC-56) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1052                         FrameMaker manuals in clusters and libraries
1053                         OLH under `Text and Graphics Software' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1054                         OLC stock answers
1055
1056Bug reports:  use sendbug";
1057
1058help imaker:
1059"International interfaces are no longer available, but access
1060to foreign language dictionaries is provided within FrameMaker.
1061
1062Other help: see help for the `Maker' item
1063";
1064
1065help framereader:
1066"FrameReader was discontinued with Frame 5.5.  Adobe's Acrobat Reader
1067is now their freely distributable viewing program for Frame documents.
1068
1069In order to use Acrobat Reader as a viewing program, it is necessary
1070to convert Frame documents to Acrobat PDF format; see the online help
1071in FrameMaker 5.5 for information.
1072
1073To run Acrobat Reader on a workstation: add acro; acroread
1074
1075Other help: see help for the `Maker' item
1076";
1077
1078help graphother:
1079"FrameMaker and TecPlot also have some graphics capabilities
1080and can generate PostScript figures suitable for inclusion
1081in documents.  See the application documentation for more
1082information.";
1083
1084help xfig:
1085"The Facility for Interactive Generation of Figures (xfig)
1086provides much of the same functionality as MacDraw,
1087and can write output files in several formats, including
1088LaTeX, PostScript, and troff, for inclusion into other
1089documents. 
1090
1091To run on a workstation:   add sipb ; xfig &
1092
1093Other help: man xfig
1094
1095Bug reports: send email to <bug-sipb@mit.edu>
1096";
1097
1098help coreldraw:
1099"CorelDRAW is a drawing and illustration package, and is part
1100of a suite of graphics and presentation applications. See
1101http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#CorelDRAW
1102for more information on Corel products available on Athena.
1103";
1104
1105help tgif:
1106"Tgif is an interactive 2-d drawing facility which   
1107supports  hierarchical  construction  of drawings and easy
1108navigation between sets of drawings.  It  can  also  be used
1109to launch applications and as a hyper-graphics (or
1110hyper-structured-graphics) browser on the WWW.
1111
1112To run on a workstation:  add sipb ; tgif &
1113
1114Other help:  man tgif
1115
1116Bug reports:  send email to <bug-sipb@mit.edu>
1117";
1118
1119help xpaint:
1120"Xpaint is another popular drawing program on Athena.
1121It provides much of the same functionality as MacDraw.
1122
1123To run on a workstation: add graphics; xpaint &
1124
1125Other help: man xpaint
1126                         click on `Help' button inside xpaint
1127
1128Bug reports: send email to <graphics@mit.edu>
1129";
1130
1131help xv:
1132"XV is an interactive image-processing program
1133which can read screendumps or picture files in several
1134different formats, alter them, and write them out in
1135any of several formats.
1136
1137To run on a workstation:   add graphics ; xv filename &
1138
1139Other help: man xv
1140
1141Bug reports: send email to <graphics@mit.edu>
1142";
1143
1144help xwd:
1145"xwd (X Window Dump) and xwud (X Window UnDump)
1146are two programs that can take snapshots of windows on
1147your screen.  To capture the image of a window, use
1148`xwd'.  To re-display it later, use `xwud'.  After typing
1149`xwd', the mouse cursor will change into a plus-sign (+),
1150then click on the window you want to photograph, or the
1151grey background if you want an image of the whole screen.
1152
1153To run on a workstation:   xwd -out filename
1154                                            xwud -in filename &
1155
1156Other help: man xwd
1157                         man xwud
1158
1159Bug reports:  use sendbug
1160";
1161
1162help autocad12:
1163"AutoCAD is a Computer-Aided Design package from AutoDesk, Inc.
1164
1165To run on a workstation: add autocad; autocad -version 12 &
1166
1167Other help:  AutoCAD Reference Manual in the libraries and N42-105
1168                         AutoCAD Tutorial in the libraries and N42-105
1169                         AutoCAD Extras Manual in the libraries and N42-105
1170
1171Bug reports:  use sendbug
1172";
1173
1174help autocad13:
1175"AutoCAD is a Computer-Aided Design package from AutoDesk, Inc.  There
1176will be no further UNIX AutoCAD releases beyond R13.
1177
1178To run on a workstation: add autocad; autocad &
1179
1180Other help:  AutoCAD Reference Manual in the libraries and N42-105
1181                         AutoCAD Tutorial in the libraries and N42-105
1182                         AutoCAD Extras Manual in the libraries and N42-105
1183
1184Bug reports:  use sendbug
1185";
1186
1187help xdpr:
1188"xdpr (X window Dump PRinter) sends a snapshot of one
1189of your windows to the printer.  The mouse cursor will
1190change into a plus-sign (+).  Click on the window you
1191want to photograph, or the grey background if you want
1192an image of the whole screen.
1193
1194To run on a workstation:   xdpr -Pprintername
1195
1196Other help: man xdpr
1197
1198Bug reports:  use sendbug
1199";
1200
1201help bitmap:
1202"bitmap is the bitmap editor.  You can draw and edit
1203bitmaps and save them out to files for use as icons
1204and background patterns.
1205
1206To run on a workstation:   bitmap filename &
1207
1208Other help: man bitmap
1209
1210Bug reports:  use sendbug
1211";
1212
1213help xlibs:
1214"Xlib, Xt, Xaw, and Motif are layered libraries that supply
1215X window programming functionality and widget sets for
1216building graphical objects in X. Libraries and other
1217resources are available in the Athena release, and in various
1218lockers, including: x11, x11r5, motif1.1 and motif1.2. Man pages
1219exist for various features (man X, man 3Xt <function> etc.).
1220
1221Other help:  http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#Motif
1222                           http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#Xaw
1223
1224Bug reports:  use sendbug
1225";
1226
1227help codecenter:
1228"Codecenter is an integrated C interpreter/debugger which comes in
1229windowing and command-line versions.  It has an on-line
1230help system that is fairly complete, and also has an on-line
1231tutorial available.
1232
1233To run (Sun only):
1234                         add codecenter; xcodecenter (X version),
1235                         add codecenter; codecenter (command-line version)
1236
1237Other help: help inside program
1238                         man codecenter
1239
1240Bug reports:  use sendbug
1241";
1242
1243help clang:
1244"There are a number of C and C++ compilers on Athena, some of which
1245require attaching lockers to access.  The standard name for the C
1246compiler under UNIX is `cc' (and for the C++ compiler, `CC'),
1247but there are a number of exceptions to this that are explained in the
1248references listed below.
1249
1250Which implementation of a C compiler you use depends on a variety of
1251considerations which are too complicated to go into here.  We suggest
1252starting with the default cc and CC compilers (on Linux machines,
1253these are symlinks to gcc and g++ respectively).  An overview of
1254compiling on Sun workstations is available in the info locker:
1255
1256                          attach info
1257                          add frame
1258                          maker -f  /mit/info/SunCompiling.doc
1259
1260Other help: http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#cc  (C compilers)
1261                          http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#CC  (C++ compilers)
1262                          OLC stock answers
1263See also:
1264
1265The multi locker (add multi) for the C and C++ compilers (ghcc and
1266gcx respectively) from Green Hills Software supplied with the Multi
1267debugger on the Sun.
1268
1269The gnu locker (add gnu) for current versions of the GNU C and C++
1270compilers (gcc and g++ respectively).
1271
1272Bug reports:  use sendbug
1273";
1274
1275help fortranlang:
1276"There are a number of different FORTRAN compilers on Athena.  The standard name
1277for the FORTRAN compiler under UNIX is f77 (or the newer f90), but
1278there are exceptions to this that are explained in the references
1279below.  An overview of compiling on Sun workstations is available in
1280the info locker:
1281
1282                          attach info
1283                          add frame
1284                          maker -f  /mit/info/SunCompiling.doc
1285
1286
1287Other help:  http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#f77  (f77 compilers)
1288                           http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#f90  (f90 compilers)
1289                           OLC stock answers
1290
1291See also the multi locker (add multi) for a FORTRAN 77 compiler (gfc)
1292from Green Hills Software (Sun only) supplied with the Multi debugger.
1293There currently is no GNU FORTRAN available, although one is under
1294development.
1295
1296Bug reports:  use sendbug
1297";
1298
1299help javalang:
1300
1301"Java is available on all supported Athena platforms in the form of the
1302Java Development Kit (JDK).  At present, Java is supported by Academic
1303Computing in the context of courses, but OLC support is not available.
1304
1305To use, first:  add java  (SGI, Linux)  or  add -f  java  (Sun)
1306   to compile:  javac myfile.java     (compile source file myfile.java -> myfile.class)
1307   to run:           java myfile                  (run myfile.class)
1308
1309The Java Studio and Java Workshop development environments are also
1310available on the Sun.
1311
1312To run:  add studio ; js &     (Java Studio)
1313                  add workshop ; jws &   (Java Workshop)
1314
1315Other help:  see /mit/java/README.athena     
1316                           man pages
1317                           http://web.mit.edu/java/www/home.html  (general resources)
1318                           http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#Java  (JDK)
1319                           http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#javas (Java Studio)
1320                           http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#javaw (Java Workshop)
1321
1322
1323Bug reports:  use sendbug";
1324
1325help schemelang:
1326"Scheme is a dialect of Lisp taught in 6.001 at MIT. 
1327
1328To run:  add scheme; scheme
1329
1330Other help:        Revised Report on the Algorithmic Language Scheme, available from
1331                                     MIT AI Lab Publications office
1332                                 Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs at the Coop, MIT Press
1333
1334Bug reports: use sendbug";
1335
1336help analogclock:
1337
1338"The `Analog clock' starts a window with a clock with hands.  You can choose to
1339have a second hand, and set how often the hands update their position.
1340
1341To run on a workstation:   xclock -analog &
1342
1343Other help: man xclock
1344
1345Bug reports:  use sendbug
1346";
1347
1348help xmcd:
1349
1350"On Athena Sun workstations, audio CDs can be played using xmcd.
1351Insert the CD first and wait for the status light on the CD drive to
1352settle down before starting the program. 
1353
1354  To run on a workstation (non-SGI):  add sipb; xmcd &
1355
1356  Other help:  click on the `?' button in the application
1357                            man xmcd
1358
1359  Bug reports on xmcd:  send mail to bug-sipb
1360
1361To play an audio CD on an SGI, insert the CD and double-click on the
1362screen icon once it has changed to a musical note symbol. 
1363
1364  To run from the command line:  cdman
1365       
1366  Other help:  man cdman
1367                            OLC stock answers (SGI Answers)
1368
1369  Bug reports on SGI:   use sendbug
1370";
1371
1372help digitalclock: "The `Digital Clock' is simply the X clock with a 24-hour
1373numeric display.  You can set how often it updates the display, etc.
1374
1375To run on a workstation:   xclock -digital &
1376
1377Other help: man xclock
1378
1379Bug reports:  use sendbug
1380";
1381
1382help load: "This program displays a periodically updating histogram of the
1383system load average.  (This is actually a moving average of the number of jobs
1384in the CPU's run queue.  It can be a good indicator of how busy your machine
1385is.)
1386
1387To run on a workstation:   xload &
1388
1389Other help: man xload
1390
1391Bug reports:  use sendbug
1392";
1393
1394help xcalcti:
1395"Calculator with standard notation.
1396
1397To run on a workstation:   xcalc &
1398
1399Other help: man xcalc
1400
1401Bug reports:  use sendbug
1402";
1403
1404help xcalchp:
1405"Calculator with Reverse Polish
1406Notation like HP series calculators.
1407
1408To run on a workstation:   xcalc -rpn &
1409
1410Other help: man xcalc
1411
1412Bug reports:  use sendbug
1413";
1414
1415help xterm:
1416"Create a new window on the screen into which
1417you can type commands.
1418
1419To run on a workstation:   xterm &
1420
1421Other help: man xterm
1422
1423Bug reports:  use sendbug
1424";
1425
1426help matlab:
1427
1428"MATLAB is an interactive `matrix laboratory' for tasks involving matrices,
1429graphics, and general numerical computation.  It includes several subject area
1430`toolboxes', providing analysis tools in areas including Control, Robust
1431Control, Signal Processing, Optimization, and Splines.
1432
1433To run:    add matlab ; matlab
1434
1435Other help: `MATLAB on Athena' (AC-71) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1436                         `Inessential MATLAB' from the SIPB
1437                         MATLAB User's Guide in libraries
1438                         OLH under `Numerical and Math Software' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1439                         OLC stock answers
1440                         type `help' at the MATLAB >> prompt
1441
1442Links to information on new features and M-file conversion are available from
1443the local web page: http://web.mit.edu/matlab/www/
1444
1445For online help including full doc. set, type `helpdesk' in MATLAB or do:
1446
1447                     add matlab ; matlabdoc
1448     
1449Bug reports:  use sendbug
1450";
1451
1452help mathlib:
1453
1454"The mathlibrary locker contains code libraries of various math tools such as
1455LAPACK. To access it, and find out more information, type:
1456
1457          add mathlibrary
1458          more /mit/mathlibrary/README
1459
1460Bug reports: use sendbug
1461";
1462
1463help tecplot:
1464"Tecplot is an interactive plotting program for plotting, visualizing and
1465analyzing numerical data.  With this application, you can create a wide variety
1466of mesh, light-source and surface shading, contour, vector, and scatter plots.
1467You can also use it to fit your data to curves of various types, including
1468polynomial, exponential, and spline curves.
1469
1470To run on a workstation:      add tecplot; tecplot &
1471
1472Other help:  add tecplot; rundemo    to run the tutorial program
1473                         OLH under `Numerical and Math Software'
1474                         vendor documentation in libraries and N42-105
1475
1476Bug reports:  use sendbug
1477";
1478
1479help numrecipes:
1480 "The Numerical Recipes library is a collection of about 200 numerical routines
1481documented in the book `Numerical Recipes (2nd Edition)', available in the
1482cluster documentation racks and at the Coop. Binary libraries are available for
1483all Athena platforms.
1484
1485Other help:  attach recipes; more /mit/recipes/README
1486                          http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#Numerical
1487
1488
1489Bug reports:  use sendbug
1490";
1491
1492help lapack:
1493"LAPACK is a library of FORTRAN 77 and C subroutines for solving the most commonly
1494occurring problems in numerical linear algebra.  It is public-domain software,
1495and can be used freely. The libraries are available for all Athena platforms.
1496
1497Other help:  attach lapack;  more /mit/lapack/README
1498                          attach lapack;  more /mit/lapack/README.to_use_clapack (C usage)
1499                          http://web.mitedu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#Lapack
1500
1501
1502Bug reports:  use sendbug
1503";
1504 
1505help restart:
1506"This option causes dash to exit and start again, rereading its configuration
1507files.  It is useful for immediately seeing changes made to the configuration
1508files.";
1509
1510help verify:
1511"Usually when you click on a menu item which runs a program, dash will pop up a
1512window which says `Start Program?' and has `Yes' and `No' buttons.
1513`Confirmation off' will disable these popup windows and replace `Confirmation
1514off' with `Confirmation on' in this menu.";
1515
1516help quitopt:
1517"This option causes Dash to exit.  To restart, type dash at the athena% prompt.
1518
1519                   ***     BE CAREFUL   ***
1520
1521If all you want to do is hide the Dash menus, select `Hide menus' instead;
1522if you really want to logout, select `Logout of Athena' or type logout
1523at the athena% prompt.   
1524
1525Quitting Dash does not log you out (but will cause the logout button
1526to disappear, if you're using xlogout).";
1527 
1528
1529help hidemenus:
1530"This option hides the Dash menu bar.
1531
1532To run on a workstation:      dash -hide  menubar
1533To restore menubar:               dash -show  menubar";
1534
1535help mitdir:
1536"The MIT Directory lists current employees and students.  To change your own
1537information, contact the registrar (students) or personnel office (MIT staff and
1538faculty).
1539
1540On the web:   http://web.mit.edu/search.html
1541
1542Command line:     finger  fname_lname@mit
1543     or:                            finger username@mit
1544
1545Bug reports:  use sendbug
1546";
1547
1548help map:
1549"This item brings up the MIT campus map suite in your current web browser:
1550
1551               http://web.mit.edu/map.html
1552
1553(if you don't have a browser running, it will start one up)
1554
1555Bug reports:  use sendbug
1556";
1557
1558help calendar:
1559"The calendar program lets you schedule and review appointments.  You can
1560coordinate meetings with other users who use the program.
1561
1562To run on a workstation:   add calendar ; xtc &
1563
1564Other help: click on the `Help' menu item in the application
1565                         man xtc
1566
1567Bug reports:  use sendbug
1568";
1569
1570help police:
1571"IN AN EMERGENCY, dial 100
1572from any campus phone, or just
1573pick up any emergency phone
1574(marked by a blue light.)
1575
1576Regular CP business phone: x3-1212.";
1577
1578help medical:
1579"For 24-HOUR EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE, call x3-1311.
1580
1581Phone x3-4481 for general information and
1582Internal Medicine appointments.
1583";
1584
1585help nightline:
1586"Nightline is a peer counseling service,
1587available from 7pm to 7am nightly during
1588the academic year.
1589
1590Phone x3-8800.
1591";
1592
1593help contactline:
1594"The Contact Line is a peer counseling
1595service focusing on sexuality issues.
1596The line is staffed from 8pm to midnight
1597Sunday through Wednesday.
1598
1599Phone x3-6460.
1600";
1601
1602help deans:
1603"Office of the Dean of Students and Undergraduate Education.
1604
1605Phone x3-6776.
1606";
1607
1608help psych:
1609"Phone x3-2916.";
1610
1611help mcc:
1612
1613"MIT Computer Connection -- consulting support for purchasing
1614supported hardware, software, and peripherals.  Dial x3-7686, stop by
1615W20-021, or see http://web.mit.edu/mcc/www/";
1616
1617help ishelp:
1618"Macintosh questions    -- x3-1101, email mac-help@mit.edu
1619DOS/Windows/PC questions        -- x3-1102, email pc-help@mit.edu
1620UNIX/VMS questions (subscribers only)   -- x3-1103, email unix-vms-help@mit.edu
1621
1622http://web.mit.edu/helpdesk/
1623";
1624
1625help sipb:
1626"Student-staffed group that provides help
1627with SIPB-sponsored and other software
1628on Athena and other computers.  Open
1629most of the day and night.  Phone x3-7788
1630or stop by the office on the fifth floor
1631of the Student Center.
1632
1633http://www.mit.edu/";
1634
1635help aboutcw:
1636"Courseware is, for the most part, only supported by
1637the teaching staff for a particular course. If you have
1638problems with any courseware package (other than
1639widely used packages like MATLAB, Maple, etc.)
1640please contact the professor or TA for the course
1641instead of reporting it to Athena. 
1642
1643Consulting and OLC will probably not be able to
1644provide any detailed assistance.  Some courses
1645are registered to use the OLTA (On Line TA) system,
1646and may provide assistance there (see OLTA in this menu).
1647
1648Any problems with starting courseware from dash
1649should be directed via email to <f_l@mit.edu>";
1650
1651help screensaver:
1652"Use this program if you need to leave your workstation
1653unattended for less than 20 minutes.  It blanks and/or locks
1654your screen so that others cannot use the machine.
1655If the screen is locked, you must type in your
1656password to unlock it.
1657
1658It is against the Athena Rules of Use to attempt to lock up
1659a workstation for more than 20 minutes!  Cluster Patrol staff
1660will reboot any machine whose screensaver displays more than
166120 minutes of idle time, and will immediately reboot a workstation
1662whose screensaver has been hacked to not display any idle time.
1663
1664Please be courteous to your fellow users and abide by these rules.
1665
1666To run on a workstation:   add sipb ; xscreensaver
1667
1668Other help: man xscreensaver
1669
1670Bug reports:  send email to <bug-sipb@mit.edu>";
1671
1672help sendbug:
1673"This program is used to send bug reports
1674about software on the system.  You will be
1675asked for the name of the broken program,
1676then put into an editor to fill out the rest
1677of the form.  Please fill it out as completely
1678as possible.
1679
1680To run:    sendbug";
1681
1682help lower:
1683"This option will push the Dash menus below all
1684the other windows on your screen.  If some part
1685of the menu bar is still visible, moving the mouse
1686cursor into this area will make the entire menu
1687bar visible again.";
1688
1689help logout:
1690"This option will log you off of Athena.
1691You will be asked to verify that
1692you really want to logout.";
1693
1694help logoutopt:
1695"This option will log you off of Athena.
1696You will be asked to verify that
1697you really want to logout.";
1698
1699help websis:
1700"WebSIS is the web-based student information system
1701that allows you to look up your academic and financial
1702records, update your address information, pre-register,
1703view the course catalog, and print forms.
1704 
1705To access WebSIS, you must have an Athena account and
1706your MIT ID# (not your social security number). 
1707 
1708To run WebSIS go to http://student.mit.edu/  or click on
1709*WebSIS  at left.
1710Send bugs to:  <websis@mit.edu>";
1711
1712help rules:
1713"This item opens the Athena Rules of Use:
1714
1715        http://web.mit.edu/olh/Welcome/rules.html
1716
1717in your web browser.  All Athena users are responsible for
1718knowing and following the complete set of rules.
1719
1720Use of Athena facilities is restricted to authorized holders
1721of Athena accounts (MIT students, faculty, staff, and other
1722authorized guests).  Questions on account eligibility should be
1723directed to <accounts@mit.edu>.";
1724
1725help licenses:
1726"A set of files informing users of license obligations
1727(and some basic additional information) can be found
1728in most third-party software lockers maintained by IS. 
1729To see this information, type:
1730
1731            attach <lockername>
1732            more /mit/<lockername>/README.athena
1733
1734";
1735
1736help aboutpictures:
1737"Athena currently does not have a fully-supported drawing program like
1738MacDraw.  There are a few different packages available, but we may not be
1739able to fix bugs nor answer very detailed questions.  Consulting may be
1740able to answer your questions, but we cannot guarantee it.";
1741
1742help aboutspreadsheets:
1743
1744"Athena has several spreadsheet programs available.  Xess is the currently
1745supported product; Applix Spreadsheets is also available.  `sc' which is supported
1746by the SIPB, runs over dialup.";
1747
1748help aboutneos:
1749
1750"NEOS (Networked Educational On-line System) is a set of programs for
1751classroom oriented file exchange that is intended to mimic operations
1752normally performed with paper in and out of class.  With NEOS you can hand
1753in assignments, pickup graded assignments, handouts and papers and exchange
1754documents for peer review.";
1755
1756help eos:
1757"The eos program is an editor, using the full multi-media functionality of
1758EZ, which also allows students to turn in and pick up papers, where papers
1759can be assignments, handouts or papers for general viewing (Exchange
1760papers).
1761
1762To run on a workstation:   eos
1763
1764Other help: man eos
1765                         ahelp eos
1766                         click on the `Help' button in the application
1767                         NEOS on Athena Student Guide (AC-91) and TA Guide (AC-92), from CopyTech
1768                            and in OLH under `Using Athena for Courses' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1769
1770Bug reports:  use sendbug
1771";
1772
1773help grade:
1774"The grade program allows course instructors to view assignments turned in
1775by students, edit and annotate the work and to return it back to the
1776student.  It can also be used to create and review handouts for courses.
1777
1778To run on a workstation:   grade
1779
1780Other help: man grade
1781                         ahelp grade
1782                         click on the `Help' button in the application
1783                         NEOS on Athena Student Guide (AC-91) and TA Guide (AC-92), from CopyTech
1784                            and in OLH under `Using Athena for Courses' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1785
1786Bug reports:  use sendbug
1787";
1788
1789help aboutmh:
1790"MH (Mail Handler) is a set of utilities for reading mail.  You can run a
1791program to get your mail, another to read it, and another to send mail to
1792someone else, for example.  Or, you can run an X-based mail handler which
1793displays all of the functions on buttons, so you can point and click to do
1794what you want.  Or, if you prefer working inside emacs, you can receive,
1795read, and send mail while in emacs.  The options on this menu explain
1796how.";
1797
1798help mh:
1799"The mail handler (MH) system is really a set of commands.
1800The most commony used are:
1801  inc                      incorporate (get) new mail
1802  show                  show message(s)
1803  next                    show the next message
1804  prev                   show the previous message
1805  comp                  compose a new message
1806  repl                    reply to a message
1807  forw                   forward message(s) to another user
1808  rmm                  remove message(s)
1809  scan                   list messages, showing sender and subject
1810  send                   send a previously composed message
1811
1812To run one of the programs listed above, simply type the
1813  name of the command at the `athena%' prompt.
1814
1815Other help:  man mh
1816                          also man pages for each command, i.e. type `man comp' etc.
1817                          Electronic Mail on Athena (AC-31) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1818                          OLH under `Communicating With Other Users' -> `Electronic Mail' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1819                   
1820Bug reports:  use sendbug
1821";
1822
1823help xmh:
1824"XMH is a graphical interface to MH.  Each command
1825is displayed on a button.  Simply click on the button of
1826the command you wish to run.  Many users prefer this
1827to the text-based versions of the same programs.
1828
1829To run on a workstation:   xmh &
1830
1831Other help:  man xmh
1832                          Electronic Mail on Athena (AC-31) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1833                          OLH under `Communicating With Other Users' ->
1834                                                  `Electronic Mail' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1835
1836Bug reports:  use sendbug
1837";
1838
1839help exmh:
1840
1841"EXMH is a more advanced graphical interface to MH.  Unlike XMH, it
1842provides MIME support: with the click of a button, EXMH will bring up
1843an appropriate viewing application for most types of email enclosures.
1844(MIME stands for Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions, a standard for
1845transmission of images, audio, enriched text, FTP pointers, etc. via
1846email.)
1847
1848To run on a workstation:   add sipb; exmh &
1849
1850Other help:  man exmh
1851                          Help button within EXMH
1852                          Manual and FAQ at http://www.beedub.com/exmh/
1853
1854Bug reports:  send email to <bug-sipb@mit.edu>
1855";
1856
1857
1858help mh-rmail:
1859"Emacs has a built-in mode for reading mail called
1860`mh-rmail'.  You can get, read, delete, send, etc.,
1861usually with one or two keystrokes.  If you use
1862emacs a lot, you may find that reading mail in it is
1863preferable to either a text-based or X-based interface.
1864
1865To use it, type `Meta-X mh-rmail' while in emacs.
1866
1867Or to start up a new emacs running only mh-rmail:
1868
1869   on a workstation:   emacs -f mh-rmail &
1870   on dialup:                    emacs -f mh-rmail
1871
1872Other help:  type `Ctrl-h m' while in mh-rmail mode
1873                          Electronic Mail on Athena (AC-31) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1874                          OLH under `Communicating With Other Users' ->
1875                                              `Electronic Mail' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1876
1877Bug reports:  use sendbug
1878";
1879
1880help mailmaint:
1881"mailmaint is a text-based menu driven system for
1882manipulating mailing lists on Athena.  You should use
1883it to add or remove yourself from mailing lists.
1884
1885To run:  mailmaint
1886
1887Other help:  man mailmaint
1888
1889Bug reports:  use sendbug
1890";
1891
1892help listmaint:
1893"listmaint is a text-based, menu driven system for
1894manipulating mailing lists on Athena.  It is primarily
1895intended for maintainers of mailing lists and groups
1896to maintain the membership of the list or group.
1897
1898To run:  listmaint
1899
1900Other help:  man listmaint
1901
1902Bug reports:  use sendbug
1903";
1904
1905help aboutnews:
1906"Netnews is a worldwide forum where hundreds of
1907thousands of users post and read articles about
1908hundreds of topics.
1909
1910Help on netnews is available in On-Line Help
1911(http://web.mit.edu/olh/).  All three news
1912readers on this menu are documented
1913there.  There is also a document on netnews
1914available from the SIPB.";
1915
1916help xrn:
1917"XRN is an X-based interface to netnews that lets you
1918subscribe to and browse newsgroups by clicking on buttons.
1919
1920To run on a workstation:   add sipb ; xrn &
1921
1922Other help: Some help is available in the program - moving the mouse over
1923                               a button will give a short help message about that button.
1924                          Netnews on Athena (AC-33) from at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1925                          OLH under `Communicating with Other Users' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1926                          Netnews: A One-Page Guide to the Usenet (SIPB)
1927                          man rn
1928
1929Bug reports: send email to <bug-sipb>
1930";
1931
1932help rrn:
1933"RRN is a text-based interface to netnews.
1934
1935To run:    add sipb ; rrn
1936
1937Other help:  Type `h' at any time for help.
1938                          Netnews on Athena (AC-33) from at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1939                          OLH under `Communicating with Other Users' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1940                          Netnews: A One-Page Guide to the Usenet (SIPB)
1941                          man rn
1942
1943Bug reports: send email to <bug-sipb>
1944";
1945
1946help gnus:
1947"Emacs has a netnews interface (called GNUS),
1948which is similar to the mail-reading interface.
1949In order to use it, you'll need to modify your
1950emacs startup file (~/.emacs).  On-Line Help
1951contains instructions on how to do this.  Type
1952`help', then select `Communicating with Other
1953Users', `Network News', `News Readers', then
1954read the help file `gnus'.
1955
1956Simply selecting this option will start up a
1957new emacs in gnus mode, if you do not want to
1958go through all the work yourself.";
1959
1960help aboutdiscuss:
1961"Discuss is a networked conferencing system
1962similar to other bulletin boards.  Discussions
1963(called meetings) exist on hundreds of topics.
1964
1965Help on all versions of discuss (text-based,
1966emacs-based and X-window-based) is available
1967in On-Line Help.";
1968
1969help xdsc:
1970"xdsc is a graphical interface to discuss.
1971
1972To run on a workstation:   xdsc &
1973
1974Other help: man xdsc
1975                          Discuss on Athena (AC-32) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1976                          OLH under `Communicatin with Other Users' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1977                          click on the `HELP' button within the application
1978
1979Bug reports:  use sendbug
1980";
1981
1982help discuss:
1983"The text-based discuss reader is simply called
1984`discuss'.
1985
1986To run:    discuss
1987
1988Other help:  man discuss
1989                          Discuss on Athena (AC-32) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
1990                          OLH under `Communicatin with Other Users' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
1991                          type `help' or `?' within the application
1992
1993Bug reports:  use sendbug
1994";
1995
1996help edsc:
1997"Emacs has a discuss reader similar to mh-rmail
1998and the netnews reader (gnus).
1999
2000Simply selecting this option will start up a
2001new emacs in discuss mode.
2002
2003Bug reports:  use sendbug
2004";
2005
2006help aboutzephyr:
2007"Zephyr is an instantaneous messaging and location
2008system.  Using zephyr, you can send a message to
2009any user who is logged-in to Athena without having
2010to know where they are logged in.  The message is
2011sent immediately and shows up in a seperate window
2012on their screen.  If you receive a `zephyrgram',
2013you can get rid of it by simply clicking a mouse
2014button in it.
2015
2016You can find more help on zephyr in On-Line
2017Help, and there are manual pages for each of
2018the commands described below.";
2019
2020help zwrite:
2021"The basic command for sending a message is
2022`zwrite'.  To send a message to another user,
2023simply type:
2024
2025                          zwrite username
2026
2027Other help: man zwrite
2028                      Zephyr on Athena (AC-34) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
2029                      OLH under `Communicating with Other Users' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
2030   
2031Bug reports: use sendbug";
2032
2033! help zsub:
2034"You are automatically subscribed to messages
2035that are addressed directly to you.  However,
2036Zephyr has `instances' which are similar to
2037channels on a CB radio.  Anyone that wants
2038to listen may, and anyone may `broadcast'
2039to an instance.
2040
2041The program that is used to control your
2042subscriptions (what you listen to) is called
2043`zctl'.
2044
2045For more information on scubscriptions,
2046refer to On-Line Help or the manual page
2047for zctl.";
2048
2049help zlocate:
2050"Zephyr can tell you the name of the machine
2051where a person is logged in.
2052
2053To locate another user on the system,
2054type:   
2055
2056                      zlocate username
2057
2058Other help: man zlocate
2059                      Zephyr on Athena (AC-34) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
2060                      OLH under `Communicating with Other Users' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
2061
2062Bug reports: use sendbug
2063";
2064
2065help zephhide:
2066"This option will hide your location from
2067zephyr, so that people will not be able
2068to locate you.  You will still be able to
2069receive zephyrgrams, and it will not
2070change your visisbility for future sessions.
2071
2072To run:    zctl hide
2073
2074Bug reports:  use sendbug
2075";
2076
2077help zephunhide:
2078"This option will unhide your location from
2079zephyr, so that people can locate you.  It
2080will not change your visisbility for future
2081sessions.
2082
2083To run:    zctl unhide
2084
2085Bug reports:  use sendbug
2086";
2087
2088help zephannounce:
2089"This option sets your exposure to
2090`realm-announced', which means that each
2091time you login, your location will be broadcast.
2092Anyone that is interested in listening to
2093these broadcasts will be able to.
2094
2095To run:    zctl set exposure realm-announced";
2096
2097help zephunannounce:
2098"This option sets your exposure to
2099`realm-visible', which means that each time
2100you login, your location will not be broadcast,
2101but you will be locatable to anyone who is
2102interested in finding you.
2103
2104To run:    zctl set exposure realm-visible";
2105
2106help zephhidelogin:
2107"This option effectively turns zephyr off
2108altogether.  Your location will not be
2109announced, you will not be locatable by
2110other users, and you will not receive any
2111zephyrgrams.  It is not recommended that
2112you use this setting.
2113
2114To run:    zctl set exposure none";
2115
2116help wwwcert:
2117"Certificates are used to authenticate access to MIT's secure web services
2118including WebSIS (MIT Student Information System), SAPweb, and MCC/Online.
2119This item opens the Certificates at MIT web page:
2120
2121           http://web.mit.edu/is/help/cert/
2122";
2123
2124
2125help lynxmit:
2126"Lynx is a text-only web browser which
2127can be run in an xterm or over dialup.
2128This item connects you to the MIT
2129Home Page.
2130
2131To run: add infoagents; lynx http://web.mit.edu/
2132
2133Other help: man lynx
2134                          type `h' in the application
2135
2136Bug reports: use sendbug
2137";
2138
2139help lynxsipb:
2140"Lynx is a text-only web browser which
2141can be run in an xterm or over dialup.
2142This item will connect you to the SIPB
2143Home Page.
2144
2145To run: add infoagents; lynx http://www.mit.edu
2146
2147Other help: man lynx
2148                          type `h' in the application
2149
2150Bug reports: use sendbug
2151";
2152
2153
2154help lynxdefault:
2155"Lynx is a text-only web browser which
2156can be run in an xterm or over dialup.
2157This item will, by default, connect you to
2158the MIT Home Page.  (If you have set another
2159page as your startup default, it will start on
2160that instead.)
2161
2162To run: add infoagents; lynx
2163
2164Other help: man lynx
2165                          type `h' in the application
2166
2167Bug reports: use sendbug
2168";
2169
2170
2171help netscapemit:
2172"Netscape is a graphical WWW browser.  This item connects 
2173you to the MIT Home Page.
2174
2175To run: add infoagents; netscape http://web.mit.edu/ &
2176
2177Other help: See http://web.mit.edu/infoagents/www/netscape/
2178                          Click on the `Help' menu item in the application
2179
2180Bug reports: use sendbug
2181";
2182
2183help netscapesipb:
2184"Netscape is a graphical WWW browser.  This item connects
2185you to the SIPB Home Page.
2186
2187To run: add infoagents; netscape http://www.mit.edu/ &
2188
2189Other help: See http://web.mit.edu/infoagents/www/netscape/
2190                          Click on the `Help' menu item in the application
2191
2192Bug reports: use sendbug
2193";
2194
2195help netscapedefault:
2196"Netscape is a graphical WWW browser.  By default, this item
2197connects you to the MIT Home Page.  (If you have set another page as
2198your startup default,  it will start on that instead.)
2199
2200To run: add infoagents; netscape &
2201
2202Other help: See http://web.mit.edu/infoagents/www/netscape/
2203                          Click on the `Help' menu item in the application
2204
2205Bug reports: use sendbug
2206";
2207
2208help netscape3mit:
2209"Netscape is a graphical WWW browser.  This item connects 
2210you to the MIT Home Page.
2211
2212To run: add infoagents; netscape-3.01 http://web.mit.edu/ &
2213
2214Other help: man netscape
2215                          click on the `Help' menu item in the application
2216
2217Bug reports: use sendbug
2218";
2219
2220help netscape3sipb:
2221"Netscape is a graphical WWW browser.  This item connects
2222you to the SIPB Home Page.
2223
2224To run: add infoagents; netscape-3.01 http://www.mit.edu/ &
2225
2226Other help: man netscape
2227                          click on the `Help' menu item in the application
2228
2229Bug reports: use sendbug
2230";
2231
2232help netscape3default:
2233"Netscape is a graphical WWW browser.  By default, this item
2234connects you to the MIT Home Page.  (If you have set another page as
2235your startup default,  it will start on that instead.)
2236
2237To run: add infoagents; netscape-3.01 &
2238
2239Other help: man netscape
2240                          click on the `Help' menu item in the application
2241
2242Bug reports: use sendbug
2243";
2244
2245
2246!help aboutgopher:
2247"Gopher assists in retrieving information
2248from the Internet. It performs automatic
2249Telnetting and FTPing for you.";
2250
2251!help xgopher:
2252"This is a graphical version of Gopher,
2253featuring a point and click interface.
2254
2255To run on a workstation: add gopher; xgopher
2256
2257Other help: man xgopher
2258
2259";
2260
2261!help gopher:
2262"This is the -tty version of Gopher,
2263which can run in an xterm or over
2264dialup.
2265
2266To run: add gopher; gopher
2267
2268Other help: man gopher
2269
2270";
2271
2272help logoutbutton:
2273"Create a logout button which you can
2274click on when you want to log out of
2275Athena.  See also `Logout' on the
2276`Special' menu.";
2277
2278help pascal:
2279"The standard name for the Pascal compiler
2280under UNIX is `pc'; this available on Athena
2281Suns and SGIs.
2282
2283Other help:  man pc
2284                           http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#pc
2285
2286Bug reports:  use sendbug
2287";
2288
2289help perl:
2290"Perl 5 is available as part of the Athena release; there is also a perl
2291locker which may contain other versions.  To run the default version,
2292currently perl 5:
2293
2294  perl <filename>         or   !#/usr/athena/bin/perl   in a script
2295
2296To run from the perl locker, currently perl 4:
2297
2298  add -f perl; perl <filename>    or   !#/afs/athena/contrib/perl/perl   in a script
2299
2300Other help:  man perl
2301                           http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#perl
2302
2303Bug reports:  use sendbug
2304";
2305
2306help ct:
2307"cT is a programming language whose code
2308is transportable between Macintosh, DOS,
2309and Unix workstation platforms.  Built
2310in are easy-to-use facilities for graphics,
2311pull-down menus, and acceptance
2312of mouse clicks.  It is useful for rapid
2313prototyping of applications, and for
2314building simple applications.  On-line
2315help is available.  To start it up, type:
2316
2317      add ct ;  cT demos/samples/GettingStarted.t
2318
2319Some sample files may be found in
2320the /mit/ct/demos directory.
2321
2322Bug reports:  use sendbug
2323";
2324
2325help lisp:
2326"Allegro Common Lisp is available on Athena Suns and SGIs. To run:
2327
2328  add acl
2329  cl                        for Lisp-only TTY interface; to exit, type: (exit)
2330  cl-xemacs    for xemacs interface, connects to Composer Development Environment
2331
2332Other help:  http://web.mit.edu/acs/www/whererunsa.html#lisp
2333
2334Bug reports:  use sendbug";
2335
2336help multi:
2337"Multi is an integrated debugging environment coupled
2338to a set of C, C++, and FORTRAN compilers (ghcc, gcx, and gfc
2339respectively) from Green Hills Software. It is unsupported and use is
2340on an `as is' basis.  It is available on Athena Suns only. To run:
2341
2342   add multi
2343
2344and see the file /mit/multi/README.to_run for usage info.
2345
2346Bug reports:  use sendbug
2347";
2348
2349help maple:
2350"Maple, developed at the University of Waterloo,
2351performs numerical and symbolic computations
2352in addition to having extensive graphics
2353capabilities.
2354
2355It can manipulate real numbers and integers of
2356up to 10,000 digits, do formal and numerical
2357integration, solve algebraic or transcendental
2358systems and differential equations, and perform
2359series expansions and matrix manipulations.
2360
2361To run on a workstation:    add maple ; maple
2362For TTY interface:                 add maple ; maple.tty
2363
2364Other help: `Maple on Athena' (AC-72) at CopyTech or http://web.mit.edu/is/pubs/
2365                         manuals in libraries and N42-105
2366                         OLH under `Numerical and Math Software' (http://web.mit.edu/olh/)
2367                         OLC stock answers
2368                         type `?help' inside Maple or use the Help menu
2369
2370Bug reports:  use sendbug
2371";
2372
2373help xess:
2374"Xess is an easy to learn and use spreadsheet
2375designed specifically for science and engineering
2376computing.  It provides a full range of
2377mathematical, statistical, matrix and string
2378functions while handling complex calculations
2379with the ease of a familiar spreadsheet
2380format.
2381
2382Help is available by pulling down the `Help'
2383menu on the menubar at the top of the Xess
2384window.
2385
2386To run:    add xess ; xess
2387
2388Bug reports:  use sendbug
2389";
2390
2391help sas:
2392"SAS is a system for controlling data.  It allows you to take
2393data in any form and access, manage, analyze, and present
2394according to your needs and level of computer expertise.
2395
2396To run on a workstation:   add sas ; sas &
2397
2398Bug reports:  use sendbug
2399";
2400
2401help library:
2402"Connect to the Athena interface for the
2403MIT Libraries Services.
2404
2405To run:    add library; library";
2406
2407
2408help assess:
2409"Assess is an interactive program for utility assessment
2410of simulated decisions processes.
2411
2412To run:     add 1.101 ; assess";
2413
2414help growltiger:
2415 "GROWLTIGER is a structural analysis and design package
2416for 2/D linear structures which provides an interactive
2417environment for experimenting with structure behavior and
2418design.
2419
2420To run:     add growltiger; growltiger &";
2421
2422help vihelp:
2423"VISDYCON stands for VISual DYNamics and CONtrol.
2424The visdycon software is designed to teach and
2425reinforce classic control theory and basic lumped
2426parameter modelling techniques for dynamic systems.
2427
2428To use on athena:      add visdycon; visdycon
2429For more information:  http://lancet.mit.edu/idc/
2430                       man visdycon";
2431help sysresp:
2432"A playground for understanding linear system representations and methods
2433for analyzing linear dynamic systems.  Linear systems can be entered as
2434transfer functions, root lists, poles & zeros, state-space matrices,
2435linear graphs, or bond graphs.  Once the system has been entered (a 1 to
243630 second process), it can be analyzed using Bode plots, sinusoid, step,
2437ramp, and impulse responses, s-plane, transfer function, and state space
2438representations, and nyquist & nichols stability measures.";
2439
2440help rlocus:
2441"A quick method of determining the root locus of a system.  This program
2442generates the root locus of a system based upon the roots entered in the
2443s-plane.  You can easily see the effects of small changes by dragging
2444the roots of your system in the s-plane and watching the root locus
2445change in real time.  Rlocus also offers a step-by-step tutorial for
2446interactively explaining how to derive a root locus.";
2447
2448!help lingraph:
2449!"coming soon";
2450
2451!help bodiag:
2452! "coming soon"
2453help cat:
2454"CAT (Computer Aided Thermodynamics) is a modelling
2455package for use in gas-phase chemical kinetics calculations.
2456
2457To run on a workstation:   add 2.40 ; CAT";
2458
2459help 6111:
2460"This will set up your environment to run the software
2461tools for 6.111 Digital Design.
2462
2463To run: setup 6.111";
2464 
2465help 6270:
2466"This will set up your environment to run the software
2467for the 6.270 LEGO Robot Competition.
2468
2469To run: setup 6.270";
2470
2471help xmap:
2472"MITMap is an X based thematic mapping program that will draw
2473and graphically overlay boundary, image, point and attribute
2474information.
2475
2476To run on a workstation:   attach crldata
2477                                                        add crlbin
2478                                                        mitmap";
2479
2480help cvsim:
2481"The Cardiovascular Simulator (CVSIM) is a realtime physiological
2482simulation of cardiovascular hemodynamics and control.
2483
2484To run on a workstation:   add hst ;  cvsim";
2485
2486help quantphysx11:
2487"The Quantitative Physiology suite of programs
2488simulates different cell and tissue functions.
2489
2490To run on a workstation:   setup 6.021J";
2491
2492!help ode:
2493!"ODE is a program built using cT which graphically depicts
2494!Ordinary Differential Equations.
2495!
2496!To run on a workstation:   add 18.03; ode";
2497
2498!help 301:
2499!"This launches the Mosaic interface to the 3.01
2500!World Wide Web home page. 
2501!
2502!If you're already running Mosaic, you can simply open
2503!the following URL:
2504!
2505!              http://web.mit.edu/course/3/3.01/html/homepage.html
2506!
2507!to view the page.
2508!";
2509
2510help 3091:
2511"The 3.091 Courseware includes programs for modelling 3-D cubic
2512crystalline solids, data analysis for properties of the elements,
2513and other related applications.
2514
2515To run on a workstation:   setup 3.091";
2516
2517help 4203acad12:
2518"This version of autocad is for use
2519by students in 4.203.";
2520
2521help 4203acad13:
2522"This version of autocad is for use
2523by students in 4.203.";
2524
2525help crlolh:
2526"On-Line Help for the CRL displays a window with
2527information about the CRL.";
2528
2529help 1803x1:
2530"To run on a workstation:   add 18.03 ;  x1";
2531
2532help 1803x2:
2533"To run on a workstation:   add 18.03 ;  x2";
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