Hi Lawrence, > I've gotten the latest picolisp, 3.1.9, and am trying to install locally.
OK > Following the instructions for 64-bit on my linux, I've built the > executable picolisp all right. But the bin directory's pil seems to pick up > the previous version I installed before from Ubuntu: I think I know what the problem is. It may be that the wrong 'pil' is executed, because there is another one in <installation>/bin, which is intended for the global installation. You need to install <installation>/pil, e.g. $ cd <installation> $ ./pil + (the '+' at the end is recommended, to get into debug mode). You can run it from any place, e.g. with an absolute path $ /path/to/my/installation/pil + or with a relative path $ ../../installation/pil + or whatever. ♪♫ Alex -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:email@example.com?subject=Unsubscribe