In article <fenton.752530902 at news.cso.uiuc.edu> fenton at nemo.life.uiuc.edu (Jim Fenton) writes:
>Shaharin Yussof writes:
>>>In article <16C7CDC3A.030NEILV at Witsvma.wits.ac.za> 030NEILV at Witsvma.wits.ac.za (Neil van der Merwe) writes:
>>>Can anyone tell me where I can get hold of Trumpet and Winsoc? I also
>>>need some info on winsoc, as I am totally unfamiliar with it.
>>>Thanks in advance,
>>>Try anonymous ftp to biochemistry.cwru.edu
>>>You might also try the shareware QVTNET as a TCP/IP, mail, newsreader, and FTP
>>program. It is available in the same place.
>>Is it just me or did QVTNET work for others. I never got the lpr print stuff
>to work properly, the windows version was amazingly slow and wouldn't
>work with our NFS network (yes, we have a weird mix of unix and pc's that
>adds some difficulties). I'm much more happy since I turned our PC's running
>windows into X terminals with eXceed/W for windows. Of course, this isn't
>shareware, but it wouldn't surprise me to find that there are public domain
>versions of X emulators available.
> Jim Fenton fenton at nemo.life.uiuc.edu
Frankly, I haven't the foggiest idea whether or not the lpr stuff works. We
don't run a UNIX machine in our department, and our remote printing is done
using Windows for Workgroups.
All the other bits work wonderfully though.