Re: Yarn under DOS - Is there a Souper version?
From: walt moffett (email@example.com)
Date: Sun, 09 Feb 1997 18:27:53 -0600
In article <ZHc/ycun8r+H092yn@swol.de>,
ReinhardGriech@swol.de (1932 - Reinhard Griech) wrote:
>On Sun, 09 Feb 1997 06:10:05 -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org (Jerry Levy) wrote:
>> I want to run Yarn under straight DOS. I know
>> Yarn_092 exists.
>> I do not have a shell account. Is there a Souper or Uqwk I can use
>> to create the news and mail packets, and send them?
>Small problem: you need something like a tcp/ip stack first...
Which Mr Levy can find at:
UKA_PPP is an all around dos dialer, stack, mailer and news transporter.
It requires a PPP/Slip connect. (hmm says it also works under OS/2 dos)
Another more venerable alternative is K9NOS which can be found in any of
the simtelnet mirrors in pub/msdos.
Neither are trivial to setup but will give you a full understanding of
that admins go thru and are a 'positive growth experience' just like