[RC5] Using a machine not connected to the Internet

Martin format at mindless.com
Wed Jan 14 23:54:48 EST 1998


What I used to do is have an extra copy of the client (for each computer
without access) and swap the buffer files with disks. Slow, but I guess it
works.

Scott Mohnkern wrote:

> I've got several (2-3) computers here in the office that don't have
> modems,
> and aren't connected to the net.
>
> What I'm wondering is whether or not it might be possible to somehow get
> these machines working on the project without being net connected.
>
> Is there some way I can get a set of blocks using a net connected machine,
> copy them to a floppy, have them run the blocks, copy the files back to a
> floppy, and then put them back on the net connected machine, and have it
> upload them?
>
> ...Just doing my part....
>
> Scott Mohnkern
> mohnkern at millkern.com
>
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