How to setup Galahad
There are two procedures here. The first one is easier and has worked for some people. The second one is a little less straightforward, and has worked for other people. Thanks to Microsoft and Visual Basic (which is what Jean Vanwaterschoot used to write Galahad), neither can be guaranteed to work.
You must have already created and had validated your Noise Level Zero account before setting up Galahad.
John Ralls's Procedure
Download the following files:
Run ghadv130.exe into a clean temporary directory to extract the files.
Switch to the temporary directory and run setup.exe, specifying at the appropriate place where you want to actually install Galahad. This should be a clean directory, not the one you used for BIX.
Unzip g20004.zip and support.zip into the *install* (not the temporary!) directory.
Start BSQUIRE (the BIX-with-a-lightning-bolt button). Enter the userid and password for Noise Level Zero into the dialog box.
In BSQUIRE select the config menu and Access method.... Select Internet and enter "nlzero.com" into the box to the right of the radio button. Select OK.
Select the configure menu again and select email. Select the Proprietary BIX item.
Check the Conference and Email check boxes on the main BSQUIRE dialog box and uncheck the rest. Configure any other BSQUIRE items as you please.
Try running BSQUIRE against Noise Level Zero.
Joe Pistritto's Procedure
Q:Joe, would you summarize and post the steps you ran though to get Galahad to run properly?
A: Actually it was pretty easy.
To create an entirely new Galahad environment:
So the 3 files I used are:
With those 3 files you should be able to construct a completely working Galahad directory from scratch. (Which I wanted to do to avoid having any junk in the directory.)
See you there,
A Couple More Files You Might Need...
Depending on what version of MS Windows™ you have, you might also need these: