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    I have some old issues of the Geoworks Snail Mail Network floppies ;
    also lots of misc files (freebie clipart, apps) downloaded when there
    was a gwx board on AOL. All from mid nineties. I remember downloading
    tons of stuff from that AOL board, wow.

    I can post if binaries are allowed here. If not, any suggestions for
    posting them somewhere or sending copies to someone who cares to
    archive them?

    I've recently revived my New Deal for a 486 laptop I use as an ebook
    reader, and came across these poor dusty floppies. Thought it might be
    fun to share them.

    Thanks --- LJ

  2. Re: posting binaries to this group?

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    Hello LJ

    I would be happy to get a copy off these files. Would be able to store
    them on a webserver with file listing. Does you have an SCP/SFTP client
    installed (like WinSCP3) ? Then I could easly make an account on a
    server to transfer the files.

    Andreas

    nobody@home.net wrote:
    > I have some old issues of the Geoworks Snail Mail Network floppies ;
    > also lots of misc files (freebie clipart, apps) downloaded when there
    > was a gwx board on AOL. All from mid nineties. I remember downloading
    > tons of stuff from that AOL board, wow.
    >
    > I can post if binaries are allowed here. If not, any suggestions for
    > posting them somewhere or sending copies to someone who cares to
    > archive them?
    >
    > I've recently revived my New Deal for a 486 laptop I use as an ebook
    > reader, and came across these poor dusty floppies. Thought it might be
    > fun to share them.
    >
    > Thanks --- LJ


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    Sorry Andreas, no Winscp client installed. What I'll do is begin
    posting them here, until somebody complains

    I can't look at each file individually, as my 486 doesn't have the
    drive space (nor the speed) to open all the files that are in zip
    format. So there are many that I won't know exactly what they are. And
    I can't get Geos to work properly on this machine to view them.


    >
    >I would be happy to get a copy off these files. Would be able to store
    >them on a webserver with file listing. Does you have an SCP/SFTP client
    >installed (like WinSCP3) ? Then I could easly make an account on a
    >server to transfer the files.



  4. Re: posting binaries to this group?

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    Hi

    If you have Wind$$$, it's just an executable...

    I will collect them from the NG.

    Andreas

    nobody@home.net wrote:
    > Sorry Andreas, no Winscp client installed. What I'll do is begin
    > posting them here, until somebody complains
    >
    > I can't look at each file individually, as my 486 doesn't have the
    > drive space (nor the speed) to open all the files that are in zip
    > format. So there are many that I won't know exactly what they are. And
    > I can't get Geos to work properly on this machine to view them.
    >
    >
    >> I would be happy to get a copy off these files. Would be able to store
    >> them on a webserver with file listing. Does you have an SCP/SFTP client
    >> installed (like WinSCP3) ? Then I could easly make an account on a
    >> server to transfer the files.

    >


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