part 10 on server

D.W.Chadwick@iti.salford.ac.uk Wed, 04 October 1995 19:48 UTC

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From: D.W.Chadwick@iti.salford.ac.uk
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For those of you who are wondering where the current draft versions of the 96
standard are held, here is the latest message I got from Hoyt.
I believe that the directory server is az05.bull.com (but I have never
retrieved them myself as I get copies automatically)
David



From: H.Kesterson@az05p.bull.com
Date: Wed, 09 Aug 95 23:45:46 MST
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To: OSIdirectory@az05.bull.com
Subject: part 10 on server


part 10, management of directory, is on the OSIdirectory server as word6 file

directory is 95Orlando/Output

binary ftp 9594-10.DOC for word6 for mac or windows

text ftp ISO_IEC_DIS_9594-10.sit.hqx for binhexed sit

site is nc-17.ma02.bull.com

base direct5ory is /pub/OSIdirectory

   hoyt