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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Putting the Finger on Someone
    finger somebody else s plan file type this at the command line finger email address where email address is the person s e mail address You ll get back a display that shows the last time the person was online whether they ve gotten any new mail since that time and what if anything is in their plan file Some people and institutions have come up with creative uses for

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Finding Someone on the Net
    be some time away In the meantime a couple of white pages services might give you some leads or even just entertain you as you look up famous people or long lost acquaintances The whois directory provides names e mail and postal mail address and often phone numbers for people listed in it To use it telnet to internic net No log on is needed The quickest way to use it is to type whois name at the prompt where name is the last name or organization name you re looking for Another service worth trying especially since it seems to give beginners fewer problems is the Knowbot Information Service reachable by telnet at info cnri reston va us 185 Again no log on is needed This service actually searches through a variety of other white pages systems including the user directory for MCIMail To look for somebody type query name name is the last name of the person you re looking for You can get details of other commands by hitting a question mark at the prompt You can also use the knowbot system by e mail Either send a message to kis cnri reston va us or try netaddress sol bucknell edu Leave the subject line blank As your message write query name for the simplest type of search If you want details on more complex searches add another line man Apart from the previously mentioned methods there exists a periodical posting on Usenet entitled How to find people s E mail addresses that is edited and maintained by Jonathan I Kamens It lists several alternatives in order of success probability to enable everybody to find everyone Just get pub usenet news answers finding addresses from rtfm mit edu See section FTP Mining the Net part II to

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - When things go wrong IV
    down for maintenance or problems You get a host unavailable message The telnet site is down for some reason Try again later You get a host unknown message Check your spelling of the site name You type in a password on a telnet site that requires one and you get a login incorrect message Try logging in again If you get the message again hit your control and keys at

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Telnet FYI
    FAQs related to Internet bulletin board systems Peter Scott who maintains the Hytelnet database runs a mailing list about new telnet services and changes in existing ones To get on the list send him a note at scott sklib usask ca Gleason Sackman is a veteran net surfer who maintains another mailing list dedicated to new Internet services and news about the new uses to which the Net is being

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - FTP
    Helps you to find what is where Getting the Files And then you proceed as follows Odd Letters Decoding File Endings The Keyboard Cabal A word on FTP administrators Some Interesting FTP Sites List of ftpable stuff from A Z

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Tons of Files
    Court decision you can find it on the Net Copies of historical documents from the Magna Carta to the Declaration of Independence are also yours for the asking along with a translation of a telegram from Lenin ordering the execution of rebellious peasants You can also find song lyrics poems even summaries of every Lost in Space episode ever made You can also find extensive files detailing everything you could ever possibly want to know about the Net itself First you ll see how to get these files then we ll show you where they re kept The commonest way to get these files is through the file transfer protocol or ftp As with telnet not all systems that connect to the Net have access to ftp However if your system is one of these you ll be able to get many of these files through e mail see section Advanced E mail Starting ftp is as easy as using telnet At your host system s command line type ftp site name and hit enter where site name is the address of the ftp site you want to reach One major difference between telnet and ftp is that it is

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Your Friend Archie
    edu If asked for a log in name type archie and hit enter When you connect the key command is prog which you use in this form prog filename followed by enter where filename is the program or file you re looking for If you re unsure of a file s complete name try typing in part of the name For example PKZIP will work as well as PKZIP204 EXE The system does not support DOS or Unix wildcards If you ask archie to look for PKZIP it will tell you it couldn t find anything by that name One thing to keep in mind is that a file is not necessarily the same as a program it could also be a document This means you can use archie to search for say everything online related to the Beatles as well as computer programs and graphics files A number of Net sites now have their own archie programs that take your request for information and pass it onto the nearest archie database ask your system administrator if s he has it online These client programs seem to provide information a lot more quickly than the actual archie itself If it is available at your host system s command line type archie s filename where filename is the program or document you re looking for and hit enter The s tells the program to ignore case in a file name and lets you search for partial matches You might actually want to type it this way archie s filename more which will stop the output every screen handy if there are many sites that carry the file you want Or you could open a file on your computer with your text logging function The third way for people without access to

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Getting the Files
    a directory you can actually use dir as well but if you re used to MS DOS this could lead to confusion when you try to use dir on your host system where it won t work so it s probably better to just remember to always use ls for a directory while online The very first letter on each line tells you whether the listing is for a directory or a file If the first letter is a d or an l it s a directory Otherwise it s a file The rest of that weird set of letters and dashes consist of flags that tell the ftp site who can look at change or delete the file You can safely ignore it You can also ignore the rest of the line until you get to the second number the one just before the date This tells you how large the file is in bytes If the line is for a directory the number gives you a rough indication of how many items are in that directory a directory listing of 512 bytes is relatively small Next comes the date the file or directory was uploaded followed finally by its name Notice the README POSTING file up at the top of the directory Most archive sites have a read me document which usually contains some basic information about the site its resources and how to use them Let s get this file both for the information in it and to see how to transfer files from there to here At the ftp prompt type get README POSTING and hit enter Note that ftp sites are no different from Unix sites in general they are case sensitive You ll see something like this 200 PORT command successful 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for README POSTING 4444 bytes 226 Transfer complete 4444 bytes received in 1 177 seconds 3 8 Kbytes s And that s it The file is now located in your home directory on your host system from which you can now download it to your own computer The simple get command is the key to transferring a file from an archive site to your host system If you want to download more than one file at a time say a series of documents use mget instead of get for example mget txt This will transfer copies of every file ending with txt in the given directory Before each file is copied you ll be asked if you re sure you want it Despite this mget could still save you considerable time you won t have to type in every single file name If you want to save even more time and are sure you really want all of the given files type prompt before you do the mget command This will turn off the prompt and all the files will be zapped right into your home directory There is one other command to keep in mind If

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