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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers cde and its workspaces Post 19850 by hugo_perez on Wednesday 17th of April 2002 09:22:48 AM
Old 04-17-2002

I use the redbook RS/6000 Graphics Handbook, SG24-5130-00 as
a reference.
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I supose there are few diferences in the configuration and customization CDE between Solaris and AIX.
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UPDATE-GAP-WORKSPACE(1) 					   User Commands					   UPDATE-GAP-WORKSPACE(1)

update-gap-workspace - manage a GAP workspace. SYNOPSIS
update-gap-workspace update-gap-workspace update Create or update the GAP workspace. update-gap-workspace delete Delete the GAP workspace. DESCRIPTION
At start up, GAP load all libraries and packages available on the system. This take several seconds. To save time, GAP can store the result of this initialisation in a `workspace'. update-gap-workspace help to manage such workspaces. update-gap-workspace can be run as root to manage the system-wide workspace. update-gap-workspace can be run as a normal user. In this case the workspace is stored in $HOME/gap/workspace.gz. Note that you need to rebuild the workspace each time GAP packages are added, removed or updated. To automate that task, if the system-wide workspace exists, it is automatically updated whenever a GAP-related Debian package is installed or upgraded. The gap script will automatically load such workspace at start up. FILES
/var/lib/gap/workspace.gz: The system-wide GAP workspace. $HOME/gap/workspace.gz: The user-specific GAP workspace. SEE ALSO
gap(1), The `SaveWorkspace' function in the GAP manual. AUTHOR
Bill Allombert <> NOTES
We are considering enabling the system-wide workspace per default, though this feature could be too confusing for old-time GAP users. If you have opinions about it, please mail <>. Debian July 2003 UPDATE-GAP-WORKSPACE(1)

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