On December 3, 1999 at 15:22, Alycia Eck wrote:
No. But I did try installing it on my personal site (on Linux) which I can
telnet into and I still get the same Unable to open filelist. Thought I
could follow how it installed itself and copy the same setup on my NT site.
I change my directory so that I'm in the folder with the install.me, I type
perl install.me and I get the same message. Do I need to change permissions?
Do you see what Windoze has done to me?
If the file contents of the MHonArc tar bundle does not match what
is listed at <http://www.oac.uci.edu/indiv/ehood/MHonArc/> then re-download
MHonArc. Letter case is important in filenames.
You should provide a copy of the commands you run and the output
generated to provide use with better information. Under Unix/Linux,
you can use the "script" command to record a terminal session.