Handy Utilities webpage?? Was Re: [RC5] Log analiser

Adam C Luter gryn at gryn.dyn.marko.net
Mon Apr 19 08:49:58 EDT 1999


   Well looks like you people aren't from a *nix background :) .  Anyway,
just use a small utility like split that is available for DOS.  I believe
PC-World made it like 9 years ago or some other ungodly time in the past
:) .   It's really small and all it does is split a file into small chucks
for fitting on disks.  (The first time I used it was to get around the
"copy protection" for I believe Wolfenstien, which had a 1.6 meg file,
which of course wouldn't fit on a disk :) ).


p.s.  I'd attach the program even, since it's like less than 10k, but I
don't have it, I don't use DOS anymore, try www.download.com or something.
:)  Gluck!

On Mon, 19 Apr 1999, Paul Turpie wrote:

> This gave me idea.  I run an offline proxy here at work, and usually
> sneaker-net
> it's buffer files to my non-networked PC to transfer blocks.  But when I
> can't do
> an update for a while because of things like holidays or real work
> interruptions
> the proxies buff-out file gets too big for a floppy.  When this happens I
> have to

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