Download the cTI System
From this page you will be able to access
the cTI's sources in a variety of different ways: choose the method
that better suits your needs.
For those concerned with security, we provide ways to verify the authenticity of the packages.
You can also access the sources using CVS: we provide both read-only anonymous access and authenticated read-write access for recognized developers. In addition, we host a Web interface to the CVS repository that is easy to use and comes in handy if you want to browse the sources and see how they evolve.
Finally, you can obtain a mirror of the cTI CVS repository and various other cTI-related data through our anonymous rsync access.
RequirementsIn order to use cTI you should have the following tools and libraries installed on your system:
If you want to port cTI to other Prolog systems we will be glad
to work with you in order to fix the problems that may arise.
Verifying FilesIn our distribution areas, a file called
For those only wishing to verify that files have not been corrupted or tampered with, we also provide files called
You may check the fingerprint of, say,150b6e9bc68b25923d32247031447e0d filename1 5a46c39de027a658c15ed03a7c308e81 filename2 e82a866bb00edf31b2282747354f459c filename3
and making sure the output is
Alternatively, you may check the fingerprints of several files at once with the command5a46c39de027a658c15ed03a7c308e81 filename2
possibly ignoring the errors concerning the files you did not download. For example, if you downloaded
Contrast this with the situation wherefilename1: OK filename2: OK md5sum: filename3: No such file or directory filename3: FAILED open or read md5sum: WARNING: 1 of 3 listed files could not be read
filename1: OK filename2: OK filename3: FAILED md5sum: WARNING: 1 of 3 computed checksums did NOT match
Handling .bz2 FilesThe
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[Page last updated on January 18, 2013, 10:08:09.]
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