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Comment:Added forward link to info on starting OpenSSH on a Pi within the top-level README.md file.
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User & Date: tangent 2019-09-10 21:47:08
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2019-09-10
22:51
Explained why tab size 4 with spaces is important in the C style guide. check-in: 530ae2d758 user: tangent tags: trunk
21:47
Added forward link to info on starting OpenSSH on a Pi within the top-level README.md file. check-in: 579e02166b user: tangent tags: trunk
21:45
Removed a few stale references to Zip file source tree downloads in the top-level README.md: we removed those links some time ago after getting a complaint about such files missing +x perms on things like the configure script. check-in: b3d05a02f0 user: tangent tags: trunk
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    That will get you a file called `pidp8i.tar.gz` in the current
    working directory containing the latest *release* version.  (Use the
    "bleeding edge" links on the home page if you want the tip of trunk
    instead!)

3.  **SCP the file over** to a running Pi from another machine.
    If your Pi has OpenSSH installed and running, you can use
    [WinSCP][wscp], [Cyberduck][cd], [FileZilla][fz] or another SCP
    or SFTP-compatible file transfer program to copy the file to the
    Pi over the network.

[cd]:   https://cyberduck.io/
[fz]:   https://filezilla-project.org/
[wscp]: https://winscp.net/eng/







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    That will get you a file called `pidp8i.tar.gz` in the current
    working directory containing the latest *release* version.  (Use the
    "bleeding edge" links on the home page if you want the tip of trunk
    instead!)

3.  **SCP the file over** to a running Pi from another machine.
    If your Pi has [OpenSSH installed and running](#sshd), you can use
    [WinSCP][wscp], [Cyberduck][cd], [FileZilla][fz] or another SCP
    or SFTP-compatible file transfer program to copy the file to the
    Pi over the network.

[cd]:   https://cyberduck.io/
[fz]:   https://filezilla-project.org/
[wscp]: https://winscp.net/eng/