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reply "mcucin76" <mcucin76 comcast.net> writes:
i just purchased a mars cd tried to install from command prompt have gotten
nowhere following inst. from help page i am new at this you might say green
as the grass can someone send me steps to get to program manager thank you
mcucin
Aug 21 2003
next sibling parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
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 i just purchased a mars cd tried to install from command prompt have

 nowhere following inst. from help page i am new at this you might say

 as the grass can someone send me steps to get to program manager thank you
 mcucin

Can you post the exact instructions you are typing in?
Aug 21 2003
prev sibling parent Arjan Knepper <arjan ask.me> writes:
Well first of all you need a pc with Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Put the cd in the cd-rom player
Goto "My Computer"
Open "DM8.***.* (x:)"(Were x: is your cd-rom player)
You see one folder calld "DM"
Copy the folder somewhere on your harddisk, and remember the location.
Right click the DM folder just copied to your harddisk, at the 'general' 
tab remove the 'attribute' 'Read Only' Make sure the changed are applyed 
to this folder and subfolder and files.
(Another route could be: start => run => cmd.exe or command
command-prompt window starts.
In the command prompt cd to the location where the DM folder is copied.
issue the comamnd attrib -R * /S /D)

Now browse to the next file <drive>:\<dn folder path>\bin\scwmn32.exe 
and execute it. The idde should start. Click on the Editing tab move and 
move and open the windown of your likings.
Click on menu 'Environment' => 'Workspace' => 'Save WorkSpace Set'

You should be ready to rock now.

Arjan




mcucin76 wrote:
 i just purchased a mars cd tried to install from command prompt have gotten
 nowhere following inst. from help page i am new at this you might say green
 as the grass can someone send me steps to get to program manager thank you
 mcucin
 
 

Aug 21 2003