[RC5] DOS client v2.7100.416

Eric Gindrup gindrup at okway.okstate.edu
Mon Sep 14 15:48:08 EDT 1998


     Well, if you have a NetWare server and a NIC, you can connect to the 
     server from DOS and use shared buffers on the fileserver.  Then, use 
     the fileserver to upload/download blocks.
     
     You could try the Workgroups extension for DOS.  This would let you 
     do essentially the same thing as above.
     
     Otherwise, there aren't too many options for DOS.  I suppose one 
     could write an automated e-Mail demon in DOS to fetch/flush from the 
     e-Mail site.  Has anybody even thought about this?
     
     Me?  I use Nike-net.
            -- Eric Gindrup ! gindrup at okway.okstate.edu


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     [snip]
2. Does anyone know of a better way to network the DOS client?

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