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Path: sparky!uunet!ferkel.ucsb.edu!ferkel!jim
From: j...@ferkel.ucsb.edu (Jim Lick)
Subject: BSD Networking Release 2 tape?
Message-ID: <jim.694482861@ferkel>
Organization: University of California, Santa Barbara
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 1992 23:54:21 GMT
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I have been hearing quite a lot of talk about this tape
which supposedly includes a lot more of the BSD system
than was previously available.  Is this tape currently
available, or not yet released?  Is the material freely
distributable?  If so, is it available via ftp from
anywhere?

Thanks

                            Jim Lick		       
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Newsgroups: gnu.misc.discuss,comp.unix.sysv386,comp.unix.misc
Path: sparky!uunet!uunet!revell
From: rev...@uunet.uu.net (James R Revell Jr)
Subject: Re: BSD Networking Release 2 tape?
Message-ID: <1992Jan4.053228.16124@uunet.uu.net>
Reply-To: rev...@uunet.uu.net (James R Revell Jr)
Organization: UUNET Technologies Inc, Falls Church, VA
References: <jim.694482861@ferkel>
Date: Sat, 4 Jan 1992 05:32:28 GMT

In article <jim.694482861@ferkel> j...@ferkel.ucsb.edu (Jim Lick) writes:
} I have been hearing quite a lot of talk about this tape

   [The BSD Networking Release II tape]

} Is the material freely distributable?  If so, is it available via ftp
} from anywhere?

Yes.  At long last it's available in ftp.uu.net:/packages/bsd-sources.
We had to hold up the ftp release due to export restrictions the US govt
placed on IP networking software due to the war in the gulf.  All's well
now.
-- 
James Revell   sr uunet postmaster   <rev...@uunet.uu.net>   /8^{~

Path: sparky!uunet!mcsun!news.funet.fi!polaris!polaris!mea
From: m...@polaris.utu.fi (Matti Aarnio)
Newsgroups: gnu.misc.discuss,comp.unix.sysv386,comp.unix.misc
Subject: Re: BSD Networking Release 2 tape?
Message-ID: <MEA.92Jan4182923@polaris.utu.fi>
Date: 4 Jan 92 17:29:23 GMT
References: <jim.694482861@ferkel> <1992Jan4.053228.16124@uunet.uu.net>
Sender: m...@polaris.utu.fi (Matti Aarnio)
Organization: University of Turku, Computing Centre
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In-Reply-To: revell@uunet.uu.net's message of 4 Jan 92 05:32:28 GMT

In article <1992Jan4.053228.16...@uunet.uu.net> rev...@uunet.uu.net 
(James R Revell Jr) writes:
>  In article <jim.694482861@ferkel> j...@ferkel.ucsb.edu (Jim Lick) writes:
>  } I have been hearing quite a lot of talk about this tape
>
>     [The BSD Networking Release II tape]
>
>  } Is the material freely distributable?  If so, is it available via ftp
>  } from anywhere?
>
>  Yes.  At long last it's available in ftp.uu.net:/packages/bsd-sources.
>  We had to hold up the ftp release due to export restrictions the US govt
>  placed on IP networking software due to the war in the gulf.  All's well
>  now.

  And now also at the FTP.FUNET.FI:/pub/unix/4.3bsd-net2/ -tree.

(There are also the previous two sets, 4.3bsd-tahoe, and 4.3bsd-reno  for
 those wanting to see the historical progress :-)

FTP.FUNET.FI is recommended site for the scandinavian area, others are
propably (network vice) closer to FTP.UU.NET.

>  James Revell   sr uunet postmaster   <rev...@uunet.uu.net>   /8^{~

	/Matti Aarnio <m...@utu.fi> <m...@nic.funet.fi>  Postmaster
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