The website www.fresco.org.uk contains a complete distribution set of files for FRESCO and SFRESCO, SUMBINS and SUMXEN. It contains the input and output files for all the examples described here. The distribution files also contain input and output files for a range of test cases for your installation, as well as copies of the detailed input manuals for FRESCO and MINUIT.
The distribution set contains a set of precompiled binaries for FRESCO and SFRESCO, as well as the source code. To compile the source, you will need a FORTRAN compiler for at least Fortran 90 or 95. The code is in the directory fres/source/, where the script mk attempts to find the best compiler for your system, and then compile in a subdirectory named by your system architecture arch and the compiler chosen using the makefile. You may have to edit the makefile to set FFLAGS for your compiler, and set TIME and FLUSH according to your system libraries. After compilation, mk install copies the binaries to a standard bin/arch/ directory for execution in other places.
The website will be regularly updated to include descriptions of any further changes needed or advisable for the programs. All of the information on the website is published under the conditions of the GNU Public License described at www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html.