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Once the Makefile has been modified, you are now ready to compile xbatch
for your machine.
- From within the xbatch-dir directory, type
``make xbatch''. This will compile the xbatch file for the machine
that you are currently on. The binary file which results
from this compilation is called xbatch.
- Copy the binary file xbatch into the binary directory for
this machine. In an earlier section, you were instructed to
create binary directories under xpos/bins and nq/bins. This
file should be copied into the binary directory for this
machine under xpos/bins. For example, if you were in a
Sun 4 using Lucid 3.0 the directory would be
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