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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Odd Letters
    also briefly used to indicate gzip ed files before gz was adopted However some sites still use this suffix for gzip ed files e g the EFF s FTP server due to local set ups Z This is a Unix compression method To uncompress the file type uncompress filename Z or gunzip filename Z and hit enter at your host system s command prompt If it s a text file you can read it online by typing zcat file txt Z more at your host system s command line There is a Macintosh u16 zip is an MS DOS program that will let you download such a file and uncompress it on your own computer The Macintosh equivalent program is called MacCompress use archie to find these zip ZIP These indicate the file has been compressed with a common MS DOS compression program known as PKZIP use archie to find PKZIP204 EXE Many Unix systems will let you un ZIP a file with a program called well unzip gz The GNU project s compression format A variant of the PKZIP format Use gunzip filename gz to uncompress zoo ZOO A Unix VAX and MS DOS format Requires the use of a program called zoo to uncompress Hqx hqx A Macintosh format that needs BinHex for de coding shar Shar A Unix format Use unshar tar Another Unix format often used to glue several related files and or complete directory trees into one big file Use the tar command Often a tarred file will also be compressed with the Z gz method so you first have to use uncompress gunzip and then tar TAZ TGZ Sometimes used for compressed tar archives tar Z that are stored on 3 letter suffix only systems aka MS DOS sit Sit A Macintosh format requires

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - The Keyboard Cabal
    ll find that in many cases files will have such non descriptive names as V1 1 AK TXT The best known example is probably a set of several hundred files known as RFCs which provide the basic technical and organizational information on which much of the Internet is built These files can be found on many ftp sites but always in a form such as RFC101 TXT RFC102 TXT and so on with no clue whatsoever as to what information they contain Fortunately almost all ftp sites have a Rosetta Stone to help you decipher these names Most will have a file named README or some variant that gives basic information about the system Then most directories will either have a similar README file or will have an index that does give brief descriptions of each file These are usually the first file in a directory and often are in the form 00INDEX TXT Use the ftp command to get this file You can then scan it online or download it to see which files you might be interested in Another file you will frequently see is called ls lgR Z This contains a listing of every file on the system but without any descriptions the name comes from the Unix command ls lgR which gives you a listing of all the files in all your directories The Z at the end means the file has been compressed which means you will have to use a Unix un compress command before you can read the file And finally we have those system administrators who almost seem to delight in making things difficult the ones who take full advantage of Unix s ability to create absurdly long file names On some FTP sites you will see file names as long as

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Some Interesting FTP Sites
    History FTP Hong Kong Internet Law Libraries Literature Macintosh Movie Reviews MS DOS Music Native Americans Pets Pictures Photography Religion FTP Science Fiction Sex Shakespeare Space FTP TeX TV Travel Usenet Viruses Weather FTP X Windows What follows is a list of some interesting ftp sites arranged by category With hundreds of ftp sites now on the Net however this list barely scratches the surface of what is available Liberal

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Amiga
    Go to the previous next section Amiga ftp uu net Has Amiga programs in the systems amiga directory Available 24 hours wuarchive wustl edu Look in the pub aminet directory

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Atari
    Atari Go to the previous next section Atari atari archive umich edu Find almost all the Atari files you ll ever need in the atari directory 7 p m 7

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Books
    cities Unfortunately this site uses incredibly long file names so long they may scroll off the end of your screen if you are using an MS DOS or certain other computers Even if you want just one of the files it probably makes more sense to use mget than get This way you will be asked on each file whether you want to get it otherwise you may wind up

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Computer Ethics
    Computer Ethics ftp eff org The home of the Electronic Frontier Foundation Use cd to get to the pub directory and then look in the EFF SJG and CPSR directories for documents on the EFF itself and various issues related

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Consumer
    The pub usenet misc consumers directory has documents related to credit The pub usenet rec travel air directory will tell you how to deal with airline reservation clerks find the best prices on seats etc See under Books for a

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