The message “Failed to locate bootfile” means that SICStus cannot
sprt.sav, depending on whether
you are executing a development system or a runtime
system. If you are running a runtime system, you may want to
read the chapter “Runtime Systems” in the User's Manual. If you
want to execute runtime systems on machines that do not have
SICStus installed (a.k.a. target machines), read the sections
“Runtime Systems on Target Machines”.
If you get this message running a Development System, your installation is probably inconsistent. Reinstall SICStus and try again.
The manual assumes that ^D is the EOF character. Under Windows,
however, it's ^Z (except when running under Emacs). In most
contexts, the term
end_of_file terminated by a full stop
(.) can be typed instead of the EOF character.
'rc' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. ! Could not generate .res file for data resources. at spld.pl line 745.
'cl' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. ! Could not compile spa011160.c: No such file or directory
You need to include Microsoft Visual Studio (or at least its C compiler
and linker) in your PATH environment variable. The easiest way is
vcvars32.bat from the Visual Studio distribution. To do
it manually (Windows NT/2000/XP):
C:\> set PATH=location of Microsoft Visual Studio;%PATH%