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13 How can I get Binhex, Stuffit, etc. from a PC? (Introductory Macintosh FAQ)




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This article is from the Introductory Macintosh FAQ, by Elliotte Rusty Harold elharo@shock.njit.edu with numerous contributions by others.

13 How can I get Binhex, Stuffit, etc. from a PC? (Introductory Macintosh FAQ)

Paul Thomson's shareware DOS utility Macette can transfer
MacBinary files like the ones stored at ftp.macfaq.com from a DOS
file system onto a Macintosh high density diskette, translating
from MacBinary into a standard two-fork executable Macintosh file
in the process. It can even format the diskette for you. Thus
once you've gotten StuffIt Expander from

<URL:ftp://ftp.macfaq.com/pub/>

you can use macette to move it from the PC to your Mac.
I've made macette available at my ftp site. See

<URL:ftp://ftp.macfaq.com/pub/>

 

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