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8.3) How do I get James Stewart's index of tunes? (Bagpipe)




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This article is from the Bagpipe FAQ, by Denise McNickle denisem@southwind.net with numerous contributions by others.

8.3) How do I get James Stewart's index of tunes? (Bagpipe)

By anonymous ftp from <ftp.stolaf.edu>. The good people at St. Olaf use
some amazing conventions for directory names, so this is going to take a few
keystrokes on your part. The tune index is located in the directory:

gopher/Internet Resources/St. Olaf Sponsored Mailing Lists/ \
Omni-Cultural-Academic-Resource/Fine-Arts/Music/folk-tunes

(yes, those are spaces). To get to the tune directory, ftp to <ftp.stolaf.edu>
and login as "anonymous" (without quotes). Once logged in, the following
commands should get you everything. Note that some of the commands below *do*
contain quotes, and these quotes *should* be typed:

FTP> cd gopher
FTP> cd "Internet Resources"
FTP> cd "St. Olaf Sponsored Mailing Lists"
FTP> cd Omni-Cultural-Academic-Resource
FTP> cd Fine-Arts
FTP> cd Music
FTP> cd folk-tunes
FTP> prompt
FTP> mget *

 

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