The following older files are available:

dxpc-3.8.2.tar.gz source code; requires LZO compression library to build.
dxpc-3.8.1-1.i386.rpm Linux x86 binary RPM, courtesy of William Stearns.
dxpc-3.8.1-1.src.rpm Linux source RPM, courtesy of William Stearns.
NB: the following binaries are version 3.8.0.
dxpc-solarisx86-dynamic.tar.gz Solaris 2.5.1 x86 binary, dynamically linked; requires LZO runtime library.
dxpc-solarisx86-static-lzo.tar.gz Solaris 2.5.1 x86 binary, dynamically linked except for LZO 1.04 library.
dxpc-solarissparc-dynamic.tar.gz Solaris 2.5.1 SPARC binary, dynamically linked; requires LZO runtime library.
dxpc-solarissparc-static-lzo.tar.gz Solaris 2.5.1 SPARC binary, dynamically linked except for LZO 1.04 library.
dxpc-solaris7sparc-dynamic.tar.gz Solaris 7 SPARC binary, dynamically linked; requires LZO runtime library (included). Courtesy of Steve McCoy.
dxpc-win32-static.zip Win32 binary, statically linked, compiled with Cygwin32 beta 20
dxpc-hpux10-static-lzo.tar.gz HP-UX 10 binary, dynamically linked except for LZO 1.04 library, courtesy of Mike Pierce.
dxpc-linuxx86-dynamic.tar.gz x86 Linux binary, dynamically linked, courtesy of Christian Mondrup. Requires LZO runtime library (included).
dxpc-digitalOSF1-static.tar.gz Digital Unix (OSF1) binary, statically linked, courtesy of Rod Pinna.
lzo-1.04-1.i386.rpm LZO Linux libc6-i386 binary RPM, courtesy of Stefano Santoro.
lzo-1.04-1.src.rpm LZO Linux source RPM, courtesy of Stefano Santoro.
lzo-1.08.tar.gz LZO compression library source, version 1.08. Most recent version available from http://www.oberhumer.com/opensource/lzo/.

The 3.7.0 release is still online if you need it.

As with all Unix utilities, the best thing to do is to get the source archive and build your own binary. The precompiled binaries here are very lightly tested and may or may not work on your system.

If you must use a precompiled binary, the best option for any platform is the dynamically linked version, which requires that you install the LZO compression library, available from http://www.oberhumer.com/opensource/lzo/. Note that you may have to set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable as mentioned in the LZO install process.

The next best option is the 'static-lzo' version, which is dynamically linked except for the LZO library; Use this if you can't/won't install LZO.

The static version is the worst choice; use only if all else fails.


Kevin Vigor / kevin@vigor.nu