UltraLite archive available by e-mail

Brian Smithson (brian@king.ca41.csd.mot.com)
21 May 91 13:39:03 PDT (Tue)

I've gone ahead and set up an e-mail server for UltraLite files of
one sort or another. It currently is set up to archive:

- UltraLite mailing list digests
- UltraLite information documents
- Programs which are unique to or are particularly useful for the UltraLite

I've included the help file and the initial index below. If you have
something you would like to submit to the archive, please let me know!

----------------- Help File ----------------------------------

Welcome to the UltraLite archive server.

The server recognizes the following commands:

path <path> This lets the requestor override the address that would
normally be extracted from the header.

help This is equivalent to the command `send help'.

index This is equivalent to the command `send index'.

send <file> Send the specified file. Only one file per send command.

quit Nothing past this point is interpreted. This is provided so
that the if your signature contains a line that looks like
a server command, you can still use the server without
getting a bogus response.

A few notes:

- The index is an directory of titles. If you want to see the sizes and
modification dates of files, request the file "ls-lR".

- You can place commands in either the subject line or the body of your mail
message. Place only one command per line.

- The server considers a # as the start of a comment; everything from one to the
end of its line is ignored.

- If there are no requests in the message, the server responds as if the
message had a help request in it.

- Send commands that are rejected by the service program are returned to the
requestor in a separate message.

Send your server requests to ultralite-archive@csd.mot.com.
Send questions or problems to ultralite-archive-request@csd.mot.com.

--------------------- End of Help ------------------------------

--------------------- Index File -------------------------------
./help Server help file
./index this file
./ls-lR ls -lR output

./digests/ulite-1 UltraLite mailing list digests
./digests/ulite-2 "
./digests/ulite-3 "
./digests/ulite-4 "
./digests/ulite-5 "
./digests/ulite-6 "

./doc/specs.txt UltraLite specs from NEC

./src/dgterm/dgterm.uu DGTERM terminal emulator (original)
./src/dgterm/dgterm-ul.uu DGTERM.COM modified for UltraLite

./src/dgset/dgset.uu DGSET tiny replacement for SETUP.EXE
./src/dgset/dgset.doc Doc for above.

./src/xeq115/xeq115.uu XEQ library for executing small .COM files

./src/pklte103/pklte103.uu1 PKLITE for compressing executables
./src/pklte103/pklte103.uu2 "

./src/pk361/pk361.uu PKXARC arc extractor

./src/pkzm104/pkzm104.uu1 PKZMENU zip utility
./src/pkzm104/pkzm104.uu2 "
./src/pkzm104/pkzm104.uu3 "
./src/pkzm104/pkzm104.uu4 "

Send your server requests to ultralite-archive@csd.mot.com.
Send questions or problems to ultralite-archive-request@csd.mot.com.

---------------------- End of Index -------------------------------

-- 
-Brian Smithson
 Motorola Inc., Computer Group, Commercial Systems Division
 10700 N. De Anza Boulevard, Cupertino, CA 95014 USA, (408)366-4104
 brian@csd.mot.com, {apple | pyramid}!motcsd!brian