How about if you put these things on say a CD-ROM? You insert the CD-ROM
when you need to do some compiling, and you leave it on a shelf the rest of
the time. You may need to make some symbolic links (For instance:
ln -s /cdrom/.../usr/cc/lib /usr/cc/lib ...) to make it all work, but that
if you have the ability to make a "one-off" CD-ROM or can have From firewalls-owner Fri Jan 19 16:08:02 1996
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From: "FreedmanJ" <FreedmanJ @
Subject: Sidewinder URL..?
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Has anybody got a URL for Sidewinder?