Subject: Use "term" to be able to sup (was Re: `use sup' not tar balls ....)
To: Andrew Cagney <email@example.com>
From: Mark Tamola <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/11/1995 22:20:07
On Thu, 12 Jan 1995, Andrew Cagney wrote:
> (I've unfortunatly lost the original message).
> To summarize an earlier posting, it was pointed out that those intending
> to track current should be using SUP and not the TarBalls. Unfortunatly,
> not everyone trying to track NetBSD-current, is able to establish an IP
> level connection to a sup server.
> Any thing to ease the pain appreciated :-)
I too forgot who posted the original message, but if that person has a
modem and since he obviously has an internet connection, why not use
"term" to be able to sup? That's what I do, and it works perfectly! To
obtain an initial complete source tree, I just used the latest tarballs,
and then did a termified "sup" to update to the latest tree. Who needs
SLIP anymore? 8-).
Anyway, if one needs to know how, I could show you.
Mark Steven de Sagun Tamola