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4B-13: Where can I find a UUCP communications software package for Windows NT?




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This article is from the Windows NT Internet FAQ, by sscoggin@enet.net (Steve Scoggins) with numerous contributions by others.

4B-13: Where can I find a UUCP communications software package for Windows NT?

UUPC/extended is a PC based version (and pun of) UUCP (UNIX-to- UNIX
copy). UUPC/extended is a program which implements peer-to- peer
networking for using the UNIX UUCP protocols. Windows NT, Windows, MS-DOS
or OS/2 based Personal Computers using these protocols can exchange
mail and files with a UNIX system or other UUPC/extended systems over
dial up or dedicated phone lines.

Automated mail server running at Kendra Electronic Wonderworks.
Clarkson University BBS
Registering your current copy

Note: Because of time and disk space restrictions, we do not
manually e-mail copies of the source or executables,
provide custom .ARC or .ZIP files with only a limited
set of the files, or provide other custom distribution
services-- please don't ask.

Instructions

Anonymous FTP

UUPC/extended 1.12b for Windows NT is available via ftp:

ftp://ftp.wustl.edu/systems/ibmpc/win3/
upc12bn1.zip 931004 UUPC/Extended UUCP Clone for NT
upc12bn2.zip 931004 UUPC/Extended UUCP Clone for NT
upc12bn3.zip 931004 UUPC/Extended UUCP Clone for NT

The master site for UUPC/extended is located at
Clarkson University at the following URL:

ftp.clarkson.edu, IP address 128.153.4.2, directory pub/uupc

FTP programs vary from system to system; contact your local system
support staff for instructions on anonymous FTP.

Kendra Electronic Wonderworks archive server

Send a mail message containing the commands "index" and/or "help", one
command per line, in the body of the message to listserv@kew.com for the
current file list and/or instructions.

Clarkson University Bulletin Board

The Clarkson University Bulletin Board is reached 24 hours a day at
(315)268-6667, 8N1, 1200/2400 Baud. Follow the instructions after logon
to download files.

Registering your current copy

To receive a copy of the next major release when it becomes available,
register your current copy according to the instructions in How to
Register UUPC/extended. You can also order the current release from us
using the form in How to Register UUPC/extended.

About the files

The available UUPC/extended files include:

Name Description

index The current directory listing for the
UUPC/extended archive. (Only available on
kewgate and the various Clarkson systems)

upc12bad.zip Formatted documentation files for UUPC/extended

upc12baw.zip Word for Windows documentation source files for
UUPC/extended

upc12bap.zip Documentation files formatted for a PostScript
printer

upc12bn1.zip Executable files for Windows NT for Intel x86, 1
of 3.

upc12bn2.zip Executable files for Windows NT for Intel x86, 2
of 3.

upc12bn3.zip Executable files for Windows NT for Intel x86, 3
of 3.

upc12bs1.zip Source files for UUPC/extended, 1 of 2.

upc12bs2.zip Source files for UUPC/extended, 2 of 2.

howtoget.txt This file. (Only available on kewgate and
various Clarkson systems)

announce.txt A summary of the newest release. This file is
generally an abridged version of the current
CHANGES.PRN file included in the documentation
archive. This file is not created if the current
release has limited changes. For all releases,
CHANGES.PRN is the definitive summary of
changes. (Only available on kewgate and various
Clarkson systems)

Note: Windows NT users will want upc12bn1.zip, upc12bn2.zip,
upc12bn3.zip, and upc12bad.zip.




 

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