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re:Re: st: Can't install the tryem package - any alternatives to ssc install?

From   Christopher Baum <[email protected]>
To   "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
Subject   re:Re: st: Can't install the tryem package - any alternatives to ssc install?
Date   Sat, 10 Mar 2012 15:01:37 -0500

Eric said:

You don't need a .pkg file nor do you have to use -net|ssc install- to install them.  
After downloading the .ado and .hlp files for -tryem- (from
 you can copy/paste those files into a folder in your ado path.   Type -sysdir- to see where your ado-files are kept (you may want to put it in your  ".../ado/plus/t/" folder since that's where -ssc install- would put it if you weren't behind a firewall)

There is a reason why the web pages describing these modules suggest that Windows users will probably not be able to do what he suggests. A firewalled environment will almost surely prevent you from downloading .hlp files for security reasons, as it will consider them Windows malware. (Many correspondents on this list cannot even emall a .hlp file to me without it being stripped from the message by their firewall unless they use some subterfuge). What I would recommend is to download the materials to a computer outside the firewall, take note of their location (which tryem will tell you after install) and then move the files to the equivalent directory on the other computer using a USB key.


Kit Baum   |   Boston College Economics & DIW Berlin   |
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