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ROSAT Guest Observer Facility

ROSAT Status Report #104:

September 9, 1994


The latest ultrix, osf, sun, and solaris versions of XANADU are now available via anonymous ftp from legacy.gsfc.nasa.gov under /FTP/software/xanadu.

For this release, we have added the solaris to our list of supported operating systems. However, as this is our first release of solaris, and as solaris has proven itself to be a bit "quirky", there may be some bugs that we have missed, though every effort was made to find all that we saw.

The latest version of XANADU for VMS is not yet available, though it should be forthcoming shortly.

Richard Burton (NASA/GSFC)


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