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Pegger Installation Instructions

Files Included in Pegger

pegger.avx..............The ArcView® extention

pegger.hlp...............Pegger WinHelp files

pegger.cnt...............Pegger WinHelp Contents file

tutorial.apr..............ArcView® Tutorial Project

pegger_cont.*.....Contour Shapefile

pegger_hydro.*...Stream Shapefile

pegger_trans.*.....Road Shapefile

Requirements

Pegger has only been tested with Arcview 3.x on WinNT/2000/XP and Solaris 7/8 operating systems although ESRI assures me that it will work on all ArcView 3.x platforms.

Windows Installation Instructions

1) Download the Pegger setup files into a local directory (i.e. C:\temp).

2) Navigate to the directory where the files were downloaded and run Setup.exe.

3) Follow the directions in the setup to install Pegger.

4) A new item will be added to the Programs group called Pegger that can be accessed via the Start Menu.

5) That's it! Load the extension into Arcview by selecting it from the extention dialog in Arcview.

6) A tutorial was also installed in the ArcView installation directory (i.e. C:\ESRI\AV_GIS30\AVTUTOR\PEGGER\)

Solaris Installation Instructions

1) Uncompress pegger.tar.gz using gzip and tar.

2) Copy the pegger.avx file to the Arcview extensions directory named "Ext" located in the Arcview installation directory. (i.e. /d0/Arcview3/ext/)

3) Copy pegger.hlp and pegger.cnt into the Help directory in the Arcview installation directory. (i.e. /d0/Arcview/help)

4) Edit the arcview.cnt file in the help directory (i.e. /d0/Arcview/help):

  • Add the line ":Index Pegger for ArcView=pegger.hlp" just after the entry for Network Analyst, ":Index ArcView Network Analyst=netwrk.hlp"
  • Add the line ":include pegger.cnt" just after the entry for Network Analyst: ":include netwrk.cnt"

5) Copy the shapefiles and the tutorial.apr file to the AVTUTOR directory (i.e. /d0/Arcview/AvTutor) or any other conveinient directory.

6) That's it! Load the extension into Arcview by selecting it from the extension dialog in Arcview.

-Luke Rogers
December 16, 2003
Rural Technology Initiative
University of Washington
lwrogers@u.washington.edu

 
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