KA9Q Internet TCP/IP for MSDOS files available from SIMTEL20


Keith Petersen (W8SDZ@SIMTEL20.ARPA)
Sat, 17 Oct 1987 18:25 MDT


Now available via standard anonymous FTP from SIMTEL20...

Filename Type Bytes CRC

Directory PD:<MSDOS.KA9Q-TCPIP>
ARCFILES.DIR ASCII 14494 36FCH <--listing of all ARC dirs
NET_BM.ARC BINARY 23563 0FD9H
NET_DES.ARC BINARY 18954 2373H
NET_DOC.ARC BINARY 106817 3824H
NET_EXE.ARC BINARY 90321 BA0DH
NET_READ.ME ASCII 1844 62EBH
NET_SRC.ARC BINARY 208746 D2DBH
TNC_ASH.ARC BINARY 57272 72ADH
TNC_LDR.ARC BINARY 15810 695BH
TNC_TNC1.ARC BINARY 33640 588FH
TNC_TNC2.ARC BINARY 49768 84D2H

All ARCs here are SEA-compatible. Here is the NET_READ.ME file:

Welcome to the KA9Q Internet Package!

*** WARNING: The 870829.0 release was cobbled together during the paper
*** presentations at the 6th ARRL Digital Conference in Redondo Beach, CA.
*** It therefore has not been tested nearly as well as the previous release,
*** 870526.0... therefore, don't throw away your old disks until you've run
*** this long enough to be happy with it! Problem reports always welcome.

The .ARC files that make up the distribution are compressed archives that
were created with the ARC program produced by System Enhancement Associates.

The distribution is structured based on the directory structure used to
create the software:

NET_BM.ARC .\BM - sources to Bdale's Mailer, and Gerard's Gateway
NET_DES.ARC .\DES - an implementation of DES (Data Encryption Standard)
                          for possible use in validating logins, etc.
NET_DOC.ARC .\DOC - all of the doc files
NET_EXE.ARC .\EXE - executable programs and config files
NET_SRC.ARC .\SRC - sources to NET.EXE

TNC_ASH.ARC .\TNC\ASH - KISS for the VADCG and ASHBY boards
TNC_LDR.ARC .\TNC\LDR - N4HY's KISS downloader in Turbo Pascal
TNC_TNC1.ARC .\TNC\TNC1 - KISS for the TAPR TNC-1 and clones
TNC_TNC2.ARC .\TNC\TNC2 - KISS for the TAPR TNC-2 and clones

Whatever you do, *PLEASE* don't unpack all of the .ARC files in one directory,
as there are duplicate names all over the place... Makefiles, README files,
etc.

After unpacking, look for a README file in each archive. Read this first,
before you do *anything* else. Some are just informative, some are very
important.

Finally, we're constantly striving to improve this software, and the
distribution as a whole. Comments may be forwarded to Bdale Garbee, N3EUA.
Several of the Doc files include info on how to reach me...

Above all, HAVE FUN!

73 - Bdale, N3EUA



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