Subject: IP Masquerade and NetaTalk
To: , <port-atari@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Peter Ross <>
List: port-atari
Date: 11/27/1996 09:46:04

There are two interesting developments that I had read for Linux that I
think might be helpful to TOS based BSD users.  One is called IP
Masquerade.  This allows other computers networked to the BSD box to
receive the internet through it's connection.  The other is called
Netatalk.  This allows a Unix box to have AppleTalk Server capabilities. 
This would be great on systems such as the Hades or the Medusa.  Are these
things possibilities for the Atari version of BSD?  Also, with it's great
musical capabilities, couldn't some of the Csound software be ported over
to the Falcon under BSD?  They have a MIDI to Csound converted, DX7 bank to
Csound converted and more.  Also, it would probably be very nice to run
GIMP on the Falcon or one of the TT clones.  GIMP is a freeware Photoshop

						Peter Ross