- networking/bsdslan.cpio.gz (91/10/12)
- Roger Florkowski (...!cs.utexas.edu!taliesin!roger) ported
and created a set of BSD r*commands to the UNIX PC STARLAN.
You can do remote operations to your STARLAN nodes like
remote tape backup, remote shell commands, and remote
copies. This enhances the STARLAN hardware greatly, giving
you more functionality than AT&T did with just cu and uucp.
- networking/k5jb.k33.tar.gz (94/03/24)
- Successor to the KA9Q package.
This one is source only though.
(Well, it does include a x86 executable, but that hardly counts, does it?)
- networking/net-README.gz (91/10/12)
- networking/net7300-bin.gz (91/10/12)
- networking/netsrc.cpio.gz (91/10/12)
- KA9Q Internet Protocol Package (implements slip, builtin
ftp, telnet, smtp, finger) A must for those "Ham's" as well
as those who want to experiment with a user based (not
driver based) slip IP package. net7300-bin.Z is the binary,
and net-src.cpio.Z is the cpio archive containing the
source. Thanks to Rob Stampfli
[cis.ohio-state.edu!n8emr!kd8wk!res] for all his work, and
make sure you get his net-README file! (Version 890421.1 +
- networking/rlogin.cpio.gz (91/10/12)
- Remote login to another STARLAN node (simple-communications
program). Must have STARLAN hardware to use.
- networking/uucpd.gz (93/09/08)
- A compiled copy of the uucpd program that was posted to