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From: j...@rpp386.UUCP (John F. Haugh II)
Newsgroups: comp.sources.d,comp.unix.xenix,comp.unix.microport
Subject: Changes to public access archive site.
Message-ID: <988@rpp386.UUCP>
Date: 19 Apr 88 12:36:52 GMT
Distribution: na
Organization: Big "D" Home for Wayward Hackers
Lines: 58
Keywords: archive files moved


I recently reorganized all of the files on this machine.  It seems not
everyone got the message, so here is a posting of the current information
needed to sign on.

- John.
--
[ Last modified 03-Apr-88 ]

What this is ...

This posting is made in response to someones request for a source package.
rpp386 is a public access SCO Xenix(tm) source archive system.  A list of
files is available for your to peruse.  After setting up the L.sys entry
for your system, you should immediately request the file ~uucp/archive
(/usr/spool/uucppublic/archive).  Additionally, you should request this
file before any large file transfers, as file location may change, and
packages may be added.


Setting this up ...

Add the line

rpp386 Any ACU 2400 12142506272 in:--in:--in: anonuucp

to your L.sys file.  You may have to adjust things to get this line to
work.  Send a break to change from 2400 to 1200 baud.  Try logging in
by hand if you have trouble.  The login uuhelp exists for just this
purpose.


Requesting the transfer ...

The archive listing file will give the location of the files.  All of
the packages are storaged as 16 bit compressed sharchives, except for
compress of course, stored in the subdirectory /usr/archive/.


Handling large transfers ...

There is a VOLUME column on the listing.  That gives the floppy disk
which the backup of the archive is stored.  If you plan on transfering
more than a few 100K, you may wish to use the US MAIL.  Send E-mail
and we can work something out.


Submitting sources ...

Please do not upload more than 10K at a time.  I actually look at
all the code.  Large source submissions will create a serious strain
on my work load.  Binaries will be trashed outright.  SCO does not
permit me to re-distribute binaries.
-- 
John F. Haugh II                 | "You see, I want a lot.  Perhaps I want every
River Parishes Programming       | -thing.  The darkness that comes with every
UUCP:   ihnp4!killer!rpp386!jfh  | infinite fall and the shivering blaze of
DOMAIN: jfh@rpp386               | every step up ..." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

Path: utzoo!mnetor!uunet!husc6!cmcl2!nrl-cmf!ames!killer!pollux!dalsqnt!rpp386!jfh
From: j...@rpp386.UUCP (John F. Haugh II)
Newsgroups: comp.sources.d,comp.unix.xenix,comp.unix.microport
Subject: Current list of publicly available sources.
Message-ID: <989@rpp386.UUCP>
Date: 19 Apr 88 12:43:41 GMT
Expires: 15 May 88 00:00:00 GMT
Distribution: na
Organization: Big "D" Home for Wayward Hackers
Lines: 222


This is the current list of files which are available by anonymous uucp
from rpp386.  This listing supercedes any other list you may have.  If
you are using rpp386 as your archive site, please replace your old list
with this new, improved one.

Notable additions since the last posting are a working BASIC interpreter,
a working uMoria and a whole collection of plot tools.

Oh yes, there is no affiliation between any of the companies whose trademarks
are used, and this system.  UNIX is a trademark of AT&T Bell Labs, XENIX
is a trademark of Microsoft.

- John.	(j...@rpp386.uucp)
--
Welcome to my archive ...

	This is a Xenix archive of USENET sources I've been able to get
	running on SCO Xenix.  If you aren't running Xenix, you may
	still be in luck since things seem to work fine if they work
	on Xenix.  It's just going from Unix to Xenix that screws up.

	Files are stored in /usr/archive, one package per directory,
	as compressed(1)'d sharchives.  Be _very_ careful to get the full
	path-name.  Many people forget the package subdirectory.  For
	example, it is /usr/archive/moria/moria-1.Z.

	Some of the archives have been repacked, others have been hacked
	on.  Like I said, everything here really does compile on Xenix,
	even compress on 80*86's.

	If you have trouble with UUCP getting connected, which is very
	common with PC-Pursuit, there is a `uuhelp' login you can use
	to send me mail.  The login is `uuhelp', no password.  You will
	get a restricted shell suitable for sending mail and such.  If
	all else fails, I can arrange to put things on floppy disks.

- John.	[ Last updated 08:40 15-Apr-88 ]

Description				Volume	File(s)			Blocks
===============================================================================
afio - alternate file i/o (cpio clone)	f001	afio/afio.shar.Z	92
basic - basic interpreter, part 1	f004	basic/bas.shar.1.Z	46
basic - basic interpreter, part 2	f004	basic/bas.shar.2.Z	60
basic - basic interpreter, part 3	f004	basic/bas.shar.3.Z	46
basic - basic interpreter, part 4	f004	basic/bas.shar.4.Z	52
basic - basic interpreter, part 5	f004	basic/bas.shar.5.Z	46
bitstring - bit string manipulation	f004	bitstr/bitstr.shar.Z	12
bool - logic calculator, good for PALs	f003	bool/bool.shar.Z	48
bpatch - binary file patcher		f003	bpatch/bpatch.shar.Z	50
bsd-back - berkeley backgammon, part 1	f003	bsd-back/back.shar.1.Z	50
bsd-back - berkeley backgammon, part 2	f003	bsd-back/back.shar.2.Z	54
bsd-back - berkeley backgammon, part 3	f003	bsd-back/back.shar.3.Z	20
btree - binary tree test routines	f001	btree/btree.shar.Z	48
c-check - look for questionable syntax	f003	c-check/c-check.shar.Z	44
c-config - test compiler configuration	f001	c-config/c-config.Z	26
c-decl - declare and decode C types	f003	cdecl/cdecl.shar.Z	16
c-grammar - ANSI C grammar for Yacc	f002	c-grammar/cgram.shar.Z	20
c-list - merge C source and error mesgs	f003	c-list/c-list.shar.Z	16
c-list - xenix patches			f003	c-list/c-list.pat.Z	4
captoinfo - convert TERMCAP to TERMINFO	f002	captoinfo/ctoi.shar.Z	26
chess - chess program using curses	f002	chess/chess.shar.Z	78
ckermit - full-blown kermit, part 1	f004	ckermit/ckerm.shar.1.Z	44
ckermit - full-blown kermit, part 2	f004	ckermit/ckerm.shar.2.Z	88
ckermit - full-blown kermit, part 3	f004	ckermit/ckerm.shar.3.Z	80
ckermit - full-blown kermit, part 4	f004	ckermit/ckerm.shar.4.Z	114
ckermit - full-blown kermit, part 5	f004	ckermit/ckerm.shar.5.Z	16
compress - compress for '*86, part 1	f002	compress/compress-1	78
compress - compress for '*86, part 2	f002	compress/compress-2	82
craps - curses version of casino craps	f002	craps/craps.shar.Z	54
cron - System V cron clone, part 1	f004	cron/cron.shar.1.Z	50
cron - System V cron clone, part 2	f004	cron/cron.shar.2.Z	38
crypt - Enigma-based crypt command	f002	crypt/crypt.shar.Z	6
cursive - create cursive banners	f002	cursive/cursive.shar.Z	32
cut - pd version of cut and paste	f001	cut/cut.shar.Z		36
des - NBS DES routines			f002	des/des.shar.Z		56
dial - system V compatible dial(3)	f002	dial/dial.shar.1.Z	28
dial - system V compatible dial(3)	f002	dial/dial.shar.2.Z	28
dial - system V compatible dial(3)	f002	dial/dial.shar.3.Z	36
diff - context diff			f001	diff/diff.shar.Z	48
directory - POSIX compatible dir access	f002	directory/dirent.shar.Z	56
file - pd file type checker		f002	file/file.shar.Z	112
fortune - part 1 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.1.Z	80
fortune - part 2 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.2.Z	44
fortune - part 3 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.3.Z	50
fortune - part 4 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.4.Z	52
fortune - part 5 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.5.Z	62
fortune - part 6 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.6.Z	60
fortune - part 7 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.7.Z	58
fortune - part 8 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.8.Z	60
fortune - part 9 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.9.Z	60
fortune - part 10 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.10.Z	60
fortune - part 11 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.11.Z	62
fortune - part 12 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.12.Z	62
fortune - part 13 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.13.Z	62
fortune - part 14 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.14.Z	64
fortune - part 15 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.15.Z	62
fortune - part 16 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.16.Z	60
fsanalyze - file system analysis tool	f001	fsanalyze/fsanal.shar.Z	56
glob - wildcard matching routine	f003	glob/wildmat.shar.Z	6
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 1	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.1.Z	26
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 2	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.2.Z	52
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 3	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.3.Z	56
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 4	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.4.Z	10
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 5	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.5.Z	30
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 6	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.6.Z	46
graph+ - graph and plot tool, part 1	f003	graph+/gplus.shar.1.Z	54
graph+ - graph and plot tool, part 2	f003	graph+/gplus.shar.2.Z	46
graph+ - graph and plot tool, part 3	f003	graph+/gplus.shar.3.Z	38
graph+ - some patches for graph+	f003	graph+/gplus.pat.Z	4
grep - james woods b/m grep, part 1	f001	grep/grep.shar.1.Z	74
grep - james woods b/m grep, part 2	f001	grep/grap.shar.2.Z	74
getopt - getopt(3) function		f002	getopt/getopt.shar.Z	4
kermit - very old unix kermit command	f001	kermit/kermit.shar.Z	42
lastlog - last login time maintainer	f002	lastlog/Lastlog.c.Z	6
less - file perusal program, part 1	f001	less/less.shar.1.Z	82
less - file perusal program, part 2	f001	less/less.shar.2.Z	54
less - file perusal program, part 3	f001	less/less.shar.3.Z	80
m4 - pd macro processor, part 1		f002	m4/m4.shar.1.Z		74
m4 - pd macro processor, part 2		f002	m4/m4.shar.2.Z		36
make - version 7 make command		f001	make/make.shar.Z	48
mastermind - MASTER MIND(tm) game	f002	mastrm/mastrm.shar.Z	30
mkid - identifier database, part 1	f001	mkid/mkid.shar.1.Z	38
mkid - identifier database, part 2	f001	mkid/mkid.shar.2.Z	36
mkid - identifier database, part 3	f001	mkid/mkid.shar.3.Z	40
month - appointment scheduler, part 1	f001	month/month.shar.1.Z	82
month - appointment scheduler, part 2	f001	month/month.shar.2.Z	58
moria - dungeon adventure, part 1	f003	moria/moria-1.Z		50
moria - dungeon adventure, part 2	f003	moria/moria-2.Z		34
moria - dungeon adventure, part 3	f003	moria/moria-3.Z		44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 4	f003	moria/moria-4.Z		44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 5	f003	moria/moria-5.Z		48
moria - dungeon adventure, part 6	f003	moria/moria-6.Z		42
moria - dungeon adventure, part 7	f003	moria/moria-7.Z		46
moria - dungeon adventure, part 8	f003	moria/moria-8.Z		42
moria - dungeon adventure, part 9	f003	moria/moria-9.Z		46
moria - dungeon adventure, part 10	f003	moria/moria-10.Z	44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 11	f003	moria/moria-11.Z	44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 12	f003	moria/moria-12.Z	44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 13	f003	moria/moria-13.Z	40
moria - dungeon adventure, part 14	f003	moria/moria-14.Z	44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 15	f003	moria/moria-15.Z	52
moria - dungeon adventure, part 16	f003	moria/moria-16.Z	38
moria - documentation, part 1		f003	moria/moria-17.Z	38
moria - documentation, part 2		f003	moria/moria-18.Z	46
moria - documentation, part 3		f003	moria/moria-19.Z	38
moria - various patches			f003	moria/moria.pat.Z	44
othello - game of dramatic reversals	f002	othello/othello.shar.Z	24
patch - apply diffs to files, part 1	f001	patch/patch.shar.1.Z 	84
patch - apply diffs to files, part 2	f001	patch/patch.shar.2.Z	72
pathalias - find routes from uucp maps	f003	ptalias/ptalias.shar.Z	100
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 1	f002	perl/perl.shar.1.Z	38
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 2	f002	perl/perl.shar.2.Z	48
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 3	f002	perl/perl.shar.3.Z	40
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 4	f002	perl/perl.shar.4.Z	50
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 5	f002	perl/perl.shar.5.Z	48
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 6	f002	perl/perl.shar.6.Z	50
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 7	f002	perl/perl.shar.7.Z	46
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 8	f002	perl/perl.shar.8.Z	46
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 9	f002	perl/perl.shar.9.Z	48
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 10	f002	perl/perl.shar.10.Z	44
perl - patches 1 through 5		f002	perl/patch.1-5.Z	46
perl - patches 6 through 10		f002	perl/patch.6-10.Z	56
perl - patches 11 through 15		f002	perl/patch.11-15.Z	46
perl - patches 16 through 20		f002	perl/patch.16-20.Z	34
perl - patches 21 through 25		f002	perl/patch.21-25.Z	144
perl - patches 26 through 27		f002	perl/patch.26-27.Z	14
plot - plot(3) library			f002	plot/plot.shar.Z	16
puzzle - sliding wooden block game	f001	puzzle/puzzle.shar.Z	14
regex - henry spencer's berklix regex	f003	regex/regex.shar.Z	36
renice - change nice of a running prog.	f003	renice/renice.shar.Z	26
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 1	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.1.Z	64
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 2	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.2.Z	58
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 3	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.3.Z	66
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 4	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.4.Z	66
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 5	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.5.Z	64
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 6	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.6.Z	42
rolo - curses ROLODEX(tm), part 1	f002	rolo/rolo.shar.1.Z	86
rolo - curses ROLODEX(tm), part 2	f002	rolo/rolo.shar.2.Z	74
rolo - curses ROLODEX(tm), part 3	f002	rolo/rolo.shar.3.Z	70
rolo - curses ROLODEX(tm), part 4	f002	rolo/rolo.shar.4.Z	32
rolodex - very simple ROLODEX(tm)	f002	rolodex/rolodex.shar.Z	24
sc - spread sheet, part1		f002	sc/sc.shar.1.Z		70
sc - spread sheet, part2		f002	sc/sc.shar.2.Z		70
sc - spread sheet, part3		f002	sc/sc.shar.3.Z		66
shar - shell file archiver		f001	shar/shar.shar.Z	24
smail - smart mailer, part 1		f001	smail/smail.shar.1.Z	42
smail - smart mailer, part 2		f001	smail/smail.shar.2.Z	54
smail - smart mailer, part 3		f001	smail/smail.shar.3.Z	50
smail - smart mailer, xenix patch kit	f001	smail/smail.pat.1.Z	24
smalltalk - little smalltalk, part 1	f003	smalltalk/smalltalk.1.Z	42
smalltalk - little smalltalk, part 2	f003	smalltalk/smalltalk.2.Z	40
smalltalk - little smalltalk, part 3	f003	smalltalk/smalltalk.3.Z	42
smalltalk - little smalltalk, part 4	f003	smalltalk/smalltalk.4.Z	46
smalltalk - little smalltalk, part 5	f003	smalltalk/smalltalk.5.Z	24
speaker - speaker driver for PC/AT's	f002	speaker/speaker.shar.Z	28
spiro - Spirograph(tm) graphics toy	f003	spiro/spiro.shar.Z	8
squeeze - Huffman code file squeezer	f002	squeeze/squeeze.shar.Z	58
syslog - error logging library & deamon	f002	syslog/syslog.shar.Z	16
tar - tape archiver, part 1		f001	tar/tar.shar.1.Z	62
tar - tape archiver, part 2		f001	tar/tar.shar.2.Z	72
tar - tape archiver, part 3		f001	tar/tar.shar.3.Z	52
therc - tplot filter for hercules card	f003	therc/therc.c.Z		12
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 1	f003	trek73/trek.shar.1.Z	52
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 2	f003	trek73/trek.shar.2.Z	52
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 3	f003	trek73/trek.shar.3.Z	54
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 4	f003	trek73/trek.shar.4.Z	56
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 5	f003	trek73/trek.shar.5.Z	58
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 6	f003	trek73/trek.shar.6.Z	34
trek73 - patches needed for xenix	f003	trek73/trek.pat.Z	4
turing - Turing machine macros for VI	f002	turing/turing.Z		10
uuencode - encode files for UUCP	f001	uuencode/uucode.shar.Z	14
vtree - draw directory tree		f003	vtree/vtree.shar.Z	10
vttest - DEC VT100(tm) features tester	f002	vttest/vttest.shar.Z	94
which - find command in path		f002	which/which.shar.Z	8
yacc - yet another pd yacc, part 1	f001	yacc/yacc.shar.1.Z	56
yacc - yet another pd yacc, part 2	f001	yacc/yacc.shar.2.Z	68
-- 
John F. Haugh II                 | "You see, I want a lot.  Perhaps I want every
River Parishes Programming       | -thing.  The darkness that comes with every
UUCP:   ihnp4!killer!rpp386!jfh  | infinite fall and the shivering blaze of
DOMAIN: jfh@rpp386               | every step up ..." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

Path: utzoo!mnetor!uunet!lll-winken!lll-tis!ames!killer!pollux!dalsqnt!rpp386!jfh
From: j...@rpp386.UUCP (John F. Haugh II)
Newsgroups: comp.sources.wanted
Subject: FORTH interpreter written in C is now available.
Message-ID: <1204@rpp386.UUCP>
Date: 23 Apr 88 00:32:28 GMT
Distribution: na
Organization: Big "D" Home for Wayward Hackers
Lines: 14

I went back in the archives and found a portable FORTH interpreter.  After
a few little fixes it is up and running on Unix(tm) System V on a
Plexus P/95 and on SCO Xenix(tm) 2.2.1 on a Wyse 386.

It still needs to be ported to a 16 bit integer machine.

Instructions for retrieving sources from rpp386 have been posted to this
group recently.  If you are unable to find them, send mail.

- John.
-- 
John F. Haugh II                 | "You see, I want a lot.  Perhaps I want every
River Parishes Programming       | -thing.  The darkness that comes with every
UUCP:   ihnp4!killer!rpp386!jfh  | infinite fall and the shivering blaze of
DOMAIN: jfh@rpp386               | every step up ..." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

Path: utzoo!attcan!uunet!husc6!bloom-beacon!mit-eddie!killer!vector!rpp386!jfh
From: j...@rpp386.UUCP (John F. Haugh II)
Newsgroups: comp.sources.wanted
Subject: Public access UUCP Site.
Summary: Instructions for accessing Anonymous UUCP site.
Message-ID: <2085@rpp386.UUCP>
Date: 26 May 88 07:45:55 GMT
Expires: 22 Jun 88 00:00:00 GMT
Organization: Big "D" Home for Wayward Hackers
Lines: 52


[ Last modified 03-Apr-88 ]

What this is ...

This posting is made in response to someones request for a source package.
rpp386 is a public access SCO Xenix(tm) source archive system.  A list of
files is available for your to peruse.  After setting up the L.sys entry
for your system, you should immediately request the file ~uucp/archive
(/usr/spool/uucppublic/archive).  Additionally, you should request this
file before any large file transfers, as file location may change, and
packages may be added.


Setting this up ...

Add the line

rpp386 Any ACU 2400 12142506272 in:--in:--in: anonuucp

to your L.sys file.  You may have to adjust things to get this line to
work.  Send a break to change from 2400 to 1200 baud.  Try logging in
by hand if you have trouble.  The login uuhelp exists for just this
purpose.


Requesting the transfer ...

The archive listing file will give the location of the files.  All of
the packages are storaged as 16 bit compressed sharchives, except for
compress of course, stored in the subdirectory /usr/archive/.


Handling large transfers ...

There is a VOLUME column on the listing.  That gives the floppy disk
which the backup of the archive is stored.  If you plan on transfering
more than a few 100K, you may wish to use the US MAIL.  Send E-mail
and we can work something out.


Submitting sources ...

Please do not upload more than 10K at a time.  I actually look at
all the code.  Large source submissions will create a serious strain
on my work load.  Binaries will be trashed outright.  SCO does not
permit me to re-distribute binaries.
-- 
John F. Haugh II                 | "You see, I want a lot. Perhaps I want every
River Parishes Programming       | -thing.  The darkness that comes with every
UUCP:   ihnp4!killer!rpp386!jfh  | infinite fall and the shivering blaze of
DOMAIN: j...@rpp386.uucp          | every step up ..." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

Path: utzoo!attcan!uunet!lll-winken!lll-lcc!ames!killer!vector!rpp386!jfh
From: j...@rpp386.UUCP (John F. Haugh II)
Newsgroups: comp.sources.wanted,comp.sources.d
Subject: List of currently available sources for anonymous UUCP
Message-ID: <2631@rpp386.UUCP>
Date: 11 Jun 88 05:04:59 GMT
Expires: 7 Jul 88 00:00:00 GMT
Organization: Big "D" Home for Wayward Hackers
Lines: 301
Supercedes: <2...@rpp386.UUCP>

[ This posting is an experimental one.  I will soon be making two
  different posting.  One which includes the actual archive listing
  AND dialup instructions, then a second in the middle of the month
  which only gives dialup instructions.  Thoughts and comments are
  welcome.  Also, the archive listing is out of date because I trashed
  the current version.  This one is from a previous posting ... ]
---
[ Last modified 03-Apr-88 ]

What this is ...

This posting is made in response to someones request for a source package.
rpp386 is a public access SCO Xenix(tm) source archive system.  A list of
files is available for your to peruse.  After setting up the L.sys entry
for your system, you should immediately request the file ~uucp/archive
(/usr/spool/uucppublic/archive).  Additionally, you should request this
file before any large file transfers, as file location may change, and
packages may be added.


Setting this up ...

Add the line

rpp386 Any ACU 2400 12142506272 in:--in:--in: anonuucp

to your L.sys file.  You may have to adjust things to get this line to
work.  Send a break to change from 2400 to 1200 baud.  Try logging in
by hand if you have trouble.  The login uuhelp exists for just this
purpose.


Requesting the transfer ...

The archive listing file will give the location of the files.  All of
the packages are storaged as 16 bit compressed sharchives, except for
compress of course, stored in the subdirectory /usr/archive/.


Handling large transfers ...

There is a VOLUME column on the listing.  That gives the floppy disk
which the backup of the archive is stored.  If you plan on transfering
more than a few 100K, you may wish to use the US MAIL.  Send E-mail
and we can work something out.


Submitting sources ...

Please do not upload more than 10K at a time.  I actually look at
all the code.  Large source submissions will create a serious strain
on my work load.  Binaries will be trashed outright.  SCO does not
permit me to re-distribute binaries.
---
[ Last updated 09:03 20-May-88 ]

Welcome to my archive ...

	This is a Xenix archive of USENET sources I've been able to get
	running on SCO Xenix.  If you aren't running Xenix, you may
	still be in luck since things seem to work fine if they work
	on Xenix.  It's just going from Unix to Xenix that screws up.

	Files are stored in /usr/archive, one package per directory,
	as compressed(1)'d sharchives.  Be _very_ careful to get the full
	path-name.  Many people forget the package subdirectory.  For
	example, it is /usr/archive/moria/moria-1.Z.  Do not use wild
	cards.  YOU MUST NAME THE COMPLETE PATH YOURSELF!!!!  DO NOT
	FORGET THE /usr/archive/ SUBDIRECTORY OR YOUR REQUEST WILL FAIL!!!
	For best results, pick up the script /usr/spool/uucppublic/snatch
	which can be used to setup requests by package name.

	In addition, the UUCP Maps are available in /usr/spool/maps/
	in uncompressed format.

	Some of the archives have been repacked, others have been hacked
	on.  I do not use the standard archive names because I don't
	keep all of the different versions and patches.

	If you have trouble with UUCP getting connected, which is very
	common with PC-Pursuit, there is a `uuhelp' login you can use
	to send me mail.  The login is `uuhelp', no password.  You will
	get a restricted shell suitable for sending mail and such.  If
	all else fails, I can arrange to put things on floppy disks.

- John.

Description				Volume	File(s)			Blocks
===============================================================================
arc - important!!! instructions		f004	arc/README		2
arc - ms-dos archiver, part 1 of 9	f004	arc/arc-1.9.Z		30
arc - ms-dos archiver, part 2 of 9	f004	arc/arc-2.9.Z		26
arc - ms-dos archiver, part 3 of 9	f004	arc/arc-3.9.Z		34
arc - ms-dos archiver, part 4 of 9	f004	arc/arc-4.9.Z		28
arc - ms-dos archiver, part 5 of 9	f004	arc/arc-5.9.Z		28
arc - ms-dos archiver, part 6 of 9	f004	arc/arc-6.9.Z		26
arc - ms-dos archiver, part 7 of 9	f004	arc/arc-7.9.Z		28
arc - ms-dos archiver, part 8 of 9	f004	arc/arc-8.9.Z		28
arc - ms-dos archiver, part 9 of 9	f004	arc/arc-9.9.Z		24
arc - required patches			f004	arc/arc.patches.Z	12
afio - alternate file i/o (cpio clone)	f001	afio/afio.shar.Z	92
basic - '386 basic interpreter, part 1	f004	basic/bas.shar.1.Z	46
basic - '386 basic interpreter, part 2	f004	basic/bas.shar.2.Z	60
basic - '386 basic interpreter, part 3	f004	basic/bas.shar.3.Z	46
basic - '386 basic interpreter, part 4	f004	basic/bas.shar.4.Z	52
basic - '386 basic interpreter, part 5	f004	basic/bas.shar.5.Z	46
bitstring - bit string manipulation	f004	bitstr/bitstr.shar.Z	12
bool - logic calculator, good for PALs	f003	bool/bool.shar.Z	48
bpatch - binary file patcher		f003	bpatch/bpatch.shar.Z	50
bsd-back - berkeley backgammon, part 1	f003	bsd-back/back.shar.1.Z	50
bsd-back - berkeley backgammon, part 2	f003	bsd-back/back.shar.2.Z	54
bsd-back - berkeley backgammon, part 3	f003	bsd-back/back.shar.3.Z	20
btree - binary tree test routines	f001	btree/btree.shar.Z	48
c-check - look for questionable syntax	f003	c-check/c-check.shar.Z	44
c-config - test compiler configuration	f001	c-config/c-config.Z	26
c-decl - declare and decode C types	f003	cdecl/cdecl.shar.Z	16
c-grammar - ANSI C grammar for Yacc	f002	c-grammar/cgram.shar.Z	20
c-list - merge C source and error mesgs	f003	c-list/c-list.shar.Z	16
c-list - xenix patches			f003	c-list/c-list.pat.Z	4
calc - desktop trig calculator		f005	calc/calc.shar.Z	16
captoinfo - convert TERMCAP to TERMINFO	f002	captoinfo/ctoi.shar.Z	26
chess - chess program using curses	f002	chess/chess.shar.Z	78
ckermit - full-blown kermit, part 1	f004	ckermit/ckerm.shar.1.Z	44
ckermit - full-blown kermit, part 2	f004	ckermit/ckerm.shar.2.Z	88
ckermit - full-blown kermit, part 3	f004	ckermit/ckerm.shar.3.Z	80
ckermit - full-blown kermit, part 4	f004	ckermit/ckerm.shar.4.Z	114
ckermit - full-blown kermit, part 5	f004	ckermit/ckerm.shar.5.Z	16
compress - compress for '*86, part 1	f002	compress/compress-1	78
compress - compress for '*86, part 2	f002	compress/compress-2	82
craps - curses version of casino craps	f002	craps/craps.shar.Z	54
cron - System V cron clone, part 1	f004	cron/cron.shar.1.Z	50
cron - System V cron clone, part 2	f004	cron/cron.shar.2.Z	38
crypt - Enigma-based crypt command	f002	crypt/crypt.shar.Z	6
cursive - create cursive banners	f002	cursive/cursive.shar.Z	32
cut - pd version of cut and paste	f001	cut/cut.shar.Z		36
des - NBS DES routines			f002	des/des.shar.Z		56
dial - system V compatible dial(3)	f002	dial/dial.shar.1.Z	28
dial - system V compatible dial(3)	f002	dial/dial.shar.2.Z	28
dial - system V compatible dial(3)	f002	dial/dial.shar.3.Z	36
diff - context diff			f001	diff/diff.shar.Z	48
directory - POSIX compatible dir access	f002	directory/dirent.shar.Z	56
ephemeris - Xenix & BSD Ephemeris	f004	ephemeris/ephem.shar.Z	18
file - pd file type checker		f002	file/file.shar.Z	112
forth - forth interpreter in C, part 1	f004	cforth/forth.shar.1.Z	32
forth - forth interpreter in C, part 2	f004	cforth/forth.shar.2.Z	62
forth - forth interpreter in C, part 3	f004	cforth/forth.shar.3.Z	48
fortune - part 1 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.1.Z	80
fortune - part 2 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.2.Z	44
fortune - part 3 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.3.Z	50
fortune - part 4 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.4.Z	52
fortune - part 5 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.5.Z	62
fortune - part 6 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.6.Z	60
fortune - part 7 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.7.Z	58
fortune - part 8 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.8.Z	60
fortune - part 9 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.9.Z	60
fortune - part 10 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.10.Z	60
fortune - part 11 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.11.Z	62
fortune - part 12 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.12.Z	62
fortune - part 13 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.13.Z	62
fortune - part 14 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.14.Z	64
fortune - part 15 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.15.Z	62
fortune - part 16 of fortune		f001	fortune/fortune.16.Z	60
fsanalyze - file system analysis tool	f001	fsanalyze/fsanal.shar.Z	56
glob - wildcard matching routine	f003	glob/wildmat.shar.Z	6
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 1	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.1.Z	26
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 2	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.2.Z	52
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 3	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.3.Z	56
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 4	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.4.Z	10
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 5	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.5.Z	30
gnuplot - graph and plot tool, part 6	f003	gnuplot/gplot.shar.6.Z	46
graph+ - graph and plot tool, part 1	f003	graph+/gplus.shar.1.Z	54
graph+ - graph and plot tool, part 2	f003	graph+/gplus.shar.2.Z	46
graph+ - graph and plot tool, part 3	f003	graph+/gplus.shar.3.Z	38
graph+ - some patches for graph+	f003	graph+/gplus.pat.Z	4
grep - james woods b/m grep, part 1	f001	grep/grep.shar.1.Z	74
grep - james woods b/m grep, part 2	f001	grep/grap.shar.2.Z	74
getopt - getopt(3) function		f002	getopt/getopt.shar.Z	4
kermit - very old unix kermit command	f001	kermit/kermit.shar.Z	42
lastlog - last login time maintainer	f002	lastlog/Lastlog.c.Z	6
less - file perusal program, part 1	f001	less/less.shar.1.Z	82
less - file perusal program, part 2	f001	less/less.shar.2.Z	54
less - file perusal program, part 3	f001	less/less.shar.3.Z	80
m4 - pd macro processor, part 1		f002	m4/m4.shar.1.Z		74
m4 - pd macro processor, part 2		f002	m4/m4.shar.2.Z		36
make - version 7 make command		f001	make/make.shar.Z	48
mastermind - MASTER MIND(tm) game	f002	mastrm/mastrm.shar.Z	30
mkid - identifier database, part 1	f001	mkid/mkid.shar.1.Z	38
mkid - identifier database, part 2	f001	mkid/mkid.shar.2.Z	36
mkid - identifier database, part 3	f001	mkid/mkid.shar.3.Z	40
month - appointment scheduler, part 1	f001	month/month.shar.1.Z	82
month - appointment scheduler, part 2	f001	month/month.shar.2.Z	58
moria - dungeon adventure, part 1	f003	moria/moria-1.Z		50
moria - dungeon adventure, part 2	f003	moria/moria-2.Z		34
moria - dungeon adventure, part 3	f003	moria/moria-3.Z		44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 4	f003	moria/moria-4.Z		44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 5	f003	moria/moria-5.Z		48
moria - dungeon adventure, part 6	f003	moria/moria-6.Z		42
moria - dungeon adventure, part 7	f003	moria/moria-7.Z		46
moria - dungeon adventure, part 8	f003	moria/moria-8.Z		42
moria - dungeon adventure, part 9	f003	moria/moria-9.Z		46
moria - dungeon adventure, part 10	f003	moria/moria-10.Z	44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 11	f003	moria/moria-11.Z	44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 12	f003	moria/moria-12.Z	44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 13	f003	moria/moria-13.Z	40
moria - dungeon adventure, part 14	f003	moria/moria-14.Z	44
moria - dungeon adventure, part 15	f003	moria/moria-15.Z	52
moria - dungeon adventure, part 16	f003	moria/moria-16.Z	38
moria - documentation, part 1		f003	moria/moria-17.Z	38
moria - documentation, part 2		f003	moria/moria-18.Z	46
moria - documentation, part 3		f003	moria/moria-19.Z	38
moria - various patches			f003	moria/moria.pat.Z	44
othello - game of dramatic reversals	f002	othello/othello.shar.Z	24
patch - apply diffs to files, part 1	f001	patch/patch.shar.1.Z 	84
patch - apply diffs to files, part 2	f001	patch/patch.shar.2.Z	72
pathalias - find routes from uucp maps	f003	ptalias/ptalias.shar.Z	100
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 1	f002	perl/perl.shar.1.Z	38
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 2	f002	perl/perl.shar.2.Z	48
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 3	f002	perl/perl.shar.3.Z	40
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 4	f002	perl/perl.shar.4.Z	50
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 5	f002	perl/perl.shar.5.Z	48
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 6	f002	perl/perl.shar.6.Z	50
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 7	f002	perl/perl.shar.7.Z	46
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 8	f002	perl/perl.shar.8.Z	46
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 9	f002	perl/perl.shar.9.Z	48
perl - sed and awk replacement, part 10	f002	perl/perl.shar.10.Z	44
perl - patches 1 through 5		f002	perl/patch.1-5.Z	46
perl - patches 6 through 10		f002	perl/patch.6-10.Z	56
perl - patches 11 through 15		f002	perl/patch.11-15.Z	46
perl - patches 16 through 20		f002	perl/patch.16-20.Z	34
perl - patches 21 through 25		f002	perl/patch.21-25.Z	144
perl - patches 26 through 27		f002	perl/patch.26-27.Z	14
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, intro.	f005	pcnix/README		2
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 1	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uaa.Z	84
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 2	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uab.Z	84
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 3	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uac.Z	86
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 4	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uad.Z	84
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 5	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uae.Z	84
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 6	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uaf.Z	84
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 7	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uag.Z	86
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 8	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uah.Z	86
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 9	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uai.Z	86
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 10	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uaj.Z	84
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 11	f005	pcnix/pcnix.uak.Z	84
picnix3 - pc unix-like tools, part 12	f005	pcnix/pcnix.ual.Z	84
plot - plot(3) library			f002	plot/plot.shar.Z	16
puzzle - sliding wooden block game	f001	puzzle/puzzle.shar.Z	14
regex - henry spencer's v8-like regex	f003	regex/regex.shar.Z	36
renice - change nice of a running prog.	f003	renice/renice.shar.Z	26
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 1	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.1.Z	64
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 2	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.2.Z	58
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 3	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.3.Z	66
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 4	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.4.Z	66
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 5	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.5.Z	64
rogue - the dungeons of doom, part 6	f002	rogue/rogue.shar.6.Z	42
rolo - curses ROLODEX(tm), part 1	f002	rolo/rolo.shar.1.Z	86
rolo - curses ROLODEX(tm), part 2	f002	rolo/rolo.shar.2.Z	74
rolo - curses ROLODEX(tm), part 3	f002	rolo/rolo.shar.3.Z	70
rolo - curses ROLODEX(tm), part 4	f002	rolo/rolo.shar.4.Z	32
rolodex - very simple ROLODEX(tm)	f002	rolodex/rolodex.shar.Z	24
sc - spread sheet, part1		f002	sc/sc.shar.1.Z		70
sc - spread sheet, part2		f002	sc/sc.shar.2.Z		70
sc - spread sheet, part3		f002	sc/sc.shar.3.Z		66
shar - shell file archiver		f001	shar/shar.shar.Z	24
shar2 - enhanced shell file archiver	f005	shar2/shar2.shar.Z	36
smail - smart mailer, part 1		f001	smail/smail.shar.1.Z	42
smail - smart mailer, part 2		f001	smail/smail.shar.2.Z	54
smail - smart mailer, part 3		f001	smail/smail.shar.3.Z	50
smail - smart mailer, xenix patch kit	f001	smail/smail.pat.1.Z	24
smalltalk - little smalltalk, part 1	f003	smalltalk/smalltalk.1.Z	42
smalltalk - little smalltalk, part 2	f003	smalltalk/smalltalk.2.Z	40
smalltalk - little smalltalk, part 3	f003	smalltalk/smalltalk.3.Z	42
smalltalk - little smalltalk, part 4	f003	smalltalk/smalltalk.4.Z	46
smalltalk - little smalltalk, part 5	f003	smalltalk/smalltalk.5.Z	24
speaker - speaker driver for PC/AT's	f002	speaker/speaker.shar.Z	28
spiro - Spirograph(tm) graphics toy	f003	spiro/spiro.shar.Z	8
squeeze - Huffman code file squeezer	f002	squeeze/squeeze.shar.Z	58
syslog - error logging library & deamon	f002	syslog/syslog.shar.Z	16
tar - tape archiver, part 1		f001	tar/tar.shar.1.Z	62
tar - tape archiver, part 2		f001	tar/tar.shar.2.Z	72
tar - tape archiver, part 3		f001	tar/tar.shar.3.Z	52
therc - tplot filter for hercules card	f003	therc/therc.c.Z		12
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 1	f003	trek73/trek.shar.1.Z	52
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 2	f003	trek73/trek.shar.2.Z	52
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 3	f003	trek73/trek.shar.3.Z	54
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 4	f003	trek73/trek.shar.4.Z	56
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 5	f003	trek73/trek.shar.5.Z	58
trek73 - star trek adventure, part 6	f003	trek73/trek.shar.6.Z	34
trek73 - patches needed for xenix	f003	trek73/trek.pat.Z	4
turing - Turing machine macros for VI	f002	turing/turing.Z		10
uuencode - encode files for UUCP	f001	uuencode/uucode.shar.Z	14
vtree - draw directory tree		f003	vtree/vtree.shar.Z	10
vttest - DEC VT100(tm) features tester	f002	vttest/vttest.shar.Z	94
which - find command in path		f002	which/which.shar.Z	8
yacc - yet another pd yacc, part 1	f001	yacc/yacc.shar.1.Z	56
yacc - yet another pd yacc, part 2	f001	yacc/yacc.shar.2.Z	68
zoo - portable file archiver, part 1	f004	zoo/zoo.shar.1.Z	46
zoo - portable file archiver, part 2	f004	zoo/zoo.shar.2.Z	48
zoo - portable file archiver, part 3	f004	zoo/zoo.shar.3.Z	34
zoo - portable file archiver, part 4	f004	zoo/zoo.shar.4.Z	52
zoo - portable file archiver, part 5	f004	zoo/zoo.shar.5.Z	36
zoo - portable file archiver, part 6	f004	zoo/zoo.shar.6.Z	48
zoo - portable file archiver, part 7	f004	zoo/zoo.shar.7.Z	26

Path: utzoo!utgpu!water!watmath!clyde!bellcore!tness7!killer!vector!rpp386!jfh
From: j...@rpp386.UUCP (John F. Haugh II)
Newsgroups: comp.sources.wanted,comp.sources.d,comp.unix.xenix
Subject: List of sources currently available by anonymous UUCP
Keywords: anonymous uucp sources
Message-ID: <3867@rpp386.UUCP>
Date: 12 Jul 88 06:31:38 GMT
Expires: 7 Aug 88 00:00:00 GMT
Organization: Big "D" Home for Wayward Hackers
Lines: 155


[ this is the new format for the middle of the month posting.  it is
  easier to read and should cost about $3,500 less to transmit ;-) ]

[ Last modified 03-Apr-88 ]

What this is ...

This posting is made in response to someones request for a source package.
rpp386 is a public access SCO Xenix(tm) source archive system.  A list of
files is available for your to peruse.  After setting up the L.sys entry
for your system, you should immediately request the file ~uucp/archive
(/usr/spool/uucppublic/archive).  Additionally, you should request this
file before any large file transfers, as file location may change, and
packages may be added.


Setting this up ...

Add the line

rpp386 Any ACU 2400 12142506272 in:--in:--in: anonuucp

to your L.sys file.  You may have to adjust things to get this line to
work.  Send a break to change from 2400 to 1200 baud.  Try logging in
by hand if you have trouble.  The login uuhelp exists for just this
purpose.

Also, if you are planning on using PC-Pursuit, I am located in the TXDAL
exchange.  I strongly suggest you call before 4AM central time.


Requesting the transfer ...

The archive listing file will give the location of the files.  All of
the packages are storaged as 16 bit compressed sharchives, except for
compress of course, stored in the subdirectory /usr/archive/.


Handling large transfers ...

There is a VOLUME column on the listing.  That gives the floppy disk
which the backup of the archive is stored.  If you plan on transfering
more than a few 100K, you may wish to use the US MAIL.  Send E-mail
and we can work something out.


Submitting sources ...

Please do not upload more than 10K at a time.  I actually look at
all the code.  Large source submissions will create a serious strain
on my work load.  Binaries will be trashed outright.  SCO does not
permit me to re-distribute binaries.
--
Last modified 10-Jul-88

This is the short listing for the archive on rpp386.  A longer listing
can be found in back issues of this newsgroup, or by anonymous UUCP from
rpp386 from the file /usr/spool/uucppublic/archive.

- John.

Description								Blocks
===============================================================================
afio - Public domain cpio compatible tape file archiver.  1 part	92
arc - MS-DOS(tm) compatible ARC(tm) file archive utility.  11 parts	266
basic - Fully function basic interpreter for 32 bit micros.  5 parts	250
bidding - Bridge bidding practice utility.  2 parts			22
bitstring - Bitstring operation subroutines, required for cron.  1 part	12
bool - Boolean expression evaluator.  1 part				48
bpatch - Binary file editor.  1 part					50
bsd-back - Berkeley-style Backgammon game.  3 parts			124
btree - In-memory binary tree routines.  1 part				48
c-check - Checks C programs for questionable syntax.  1 part		44
c-config - Find datatype sizes, etc for a C compiler.  1 part		26
c-decl - Convert C declaractions to English and back.  1 part		16
c-grammar - ANSI C grammar suitable for YACC.  1 part			20
c-list - Produce C program listings including error messages.  2 parts	20
calc - Full function trig calculator similiar to bc and expr.  1 part	16
calcdate - Computes dates and the difference between dates.  1 part	8
captoinfo - Converts TERMCAP style descriptoins to TERMINFO.  1 part	26
chess - Simple Chess game using curses.  1 part				78
ckermit - Fully functional KERMIT server.  5 parts			342
compress - Lemel/Ziv file compression utility.  2 parts	(uncompressed)	160
cookie - A simple replacement to the Fortune cookie game.  3 parts	138
cparen - Fully parenthise a C expression.  1 part			28
craps - A casino-like version of Craps using curses, from UNR.  1 part	54
cron - A re-implementation of the System V cron.  2 parts		88
crypt - German Enigma based data encryption utility.  1 part		6
cshar - Rich $alz's shell archiver written in C.  3 parts		128
cursive - A cursive implementation of the banner game.  1 part		32
cut - Re-implementations of the System V cut and paste tools.  1 part	36
des - NBS DES routines.  1 part						56
dial - Re-implementation of the System V dial functions.  3 parts	92
diff - Berkeley-style context diff generator.  1 part			48
directory - Doug Gwyn's POSIX compatible directory routines.  1 part	56
ephemeris - Determine sun and moon rise and set times.  1 part		18
file - Re-implementation of the System V file command.  1 part		112
forth - Fully working FORTH interpreter written in C.  3 parts		142
fortune - Berkeley-style fortune command with fortunes.  16 parts	958
fsanalyze - Analyze file system structure and condition.  1 part	56
fuser - Determine which processes have a file or device open.  1 part	26
getopt - Re-implementation of getopt(3) function.  1 part		4
glog - Shell wildcard matchine functions.  1 part			6
gnuplot - GNU Interactive function and data plotting tool.  6 parts	220
graph+ - Interactive function and data plotting tool.  4 parts		142
grep - James Wood's Boyer/Moore based grep and regex routines.  2 parts	148
jive - Convert English text to Jive or Valley-girl text.  1 part	40
lastlog - Maintain last login time.  1 part				6
less - File perusal filter similiar to more or pg.  3 parts		216
m4 - Re-implementation of the m4 macro processor.  2 parts		110
make - Re-implementation of the 7th Edition make command.  1 part	48
mastermind - A computer version of the Master Mind(tm) game.  1 part	30
mkid - Create and query a program identifier database.  3 parts		114
month - Appointment scheduler and personal reminder.  2 parts		140
moria - Dungeons and Dragons(tm) style adventure game.  20 parts	892
othello - A computer version of the Othello(tm) board game.  1 part	24
patch - Larry Wall's utility to apply diffs to files.  2 parts		156
pathalias - Create routing paths file from UUCP Map data.  1 part	100
perl - Larry Wall's sed and awk replacement language.  16 parts		798
picnix3 - Version 3 of the MS/DOS(tm) UNIX-like utilities.  13 parts	1018
plot - Re-implementation of a device independent plot library.  1 part	16
proto - Create C function prototypes from C program files.  1 part	6
puzzle - A sliding wooden block puzzle game.  1 part			14
renice - Change nice of a running program.  1 part			26
rogue - Adventure into the Dungeons of Doom.  6 parts			360
rolo - A computerized Rolodex(tm) using curses.  4 parts		262
rolodex - A simple computerized Rolodex(tm).  1 part			24
sc - A simple computer spread sheet.  3 parts				206
shar - A simple shell file archiver.  1 part				24
shar2 - An enhanced shell file archiver.  1 part			36
smail - Pathalias-based routing smart mailer.  4 parts			170
smalltalk - Little Smalltalk language interpreter.  5 parts		184
speaker - Musical speaker driver for PC/AT's and 386/AT's.  1 part	28
spiro - A computerized Spirograph(tm) graphics games.  1 part		8
squeeze - Huffman-code based file compression utility.  1 part		58
syslog - System error logging library and daemon.  1 part		16
talk - Full screen replacement for the write utility.  1 part		12
tar - GNU Re-implementation of the tar utility.  3 parts		186
therc - tplot(3) filter for SCO Xenix 386.  1 part			12
trek73 - Star Trek(tm) adventure game.  7 parts				310
turing - Turing machine simulation macros for vi.  1 part		10
untic - Convert binary terminfo files into terminfo source.  1 part	16
uuencode - Encode and decode files for UUCP file transfer.  1 part	18
vtree - Visually draw a directory tree.  1 part				10
vttest - Test features of DEC VT100(tm) terminal emulators.  1 part	94
which - Find path name of a given command.  1 part			8
xmodem - BSD-style XMODEM protocol file transfer utility.  5 parts	112
zmodem - Simple command line oriented X/Y/Z MODEM utility.  3 parts	130
zoo - Portable file archiving and compressing utility.  7 parts		290
-- 
John F. Haugh II                 +--------- Cute Chocolate Quote ---------
HASA, "S" Division               | "USENET should not be confused with
UUCP:   killer!rpp386!jfh        |  something that matters, like CHOCOLATE"
DOMAIN: j...@rpp386.uucp          |             -- with my apologizes

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		       SCO Files Lawsuit Against IBM

March 7, 2003 - The SCO Group filed legal action against IBM in the State 
Court of Utah for trade secrets misappropriation, tortious interference, 
unfair competition and breach of contract. The complaint alleges that IBM 
made concentrated efforts to improperly destroy the economic value of 
UNIX, particularly UNIX on Intel, to benefit IBM's Linux services 
business. See SCO vs IBM.

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