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I'm currently writing a project in Mit-Cscheme, but to do this, I need
to dial in long distance to another computer. I would *love* to port
Cscheme to the unix machine I'm using at work ... 9600 baud plus being
able to get printouts (without driving 240 miles...) would be wonderful.
I have the cscheme source on the long-distance machine. I've tried to use
"cu" to trasnfer files, but cu chokes, never getting a complete file. I
am at a loss as to how to transfer files when cu chokes, with incompatible
machines: the work system is System V UNIX, while the school machine is
The solution would be to somehow get cscheme sent to my work machine. The
easy way would be to ftp from work, but System V doesn't support ftp. IS
THERE SOME WAY TO GET FILES FROM ANONYMOUS FTP SITES without actually HAVING
ftp? Do I sent email to someone saying "I'd like these files?"
Or can someone *send* me the sources to cscheme?
BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY: DOES CSCHEME RUN ON SYSTEM V UNIX? I read the Install
and README files, and System V is *not* mentioned, so I'm not sure. I don't
want to go through all this effort (and waste of time) for *nothing*.
THIS REALLY IS URGENT AND IMPORTANT; ALL RESPONSES WILL BE GREATLY
or, should that fail,
(But I need scheme for the "ihlpn" machine :-)