Re: telnet.94.02.07...

Theodore Ts'o <tytso@athena.mit.edu> Wed, 04 May 1994 12:50 UTC

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From: Theodore Ts'o <tytso@athena.mit.edu>
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To: "Roland J. Schemers III" <schemers@slapshot.stanford.edu>
Cc: telnet-ietf@cray.com, dab@cray.com
In-Reply-To: Roland J. Schemers III's message of Tue, 3 May 1994 16:53:56 -0700, <9405031653.ZM2612@Slapshot.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: Re: telnet.94.02.07...
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   From: "Roland J. Schemers III" <schemers@Slapshot.Stanford.EDU>
   Date: Tue, 3 May 1994 16:53:56 -0700

   I'm trying to get a hold of:

   telnet.94.02.07.tar.Z

   The version on ftp.cray.com has encryption ripped out. I can understand
   if it was taken out for export reasons, but is there a way for an
   American citizen to get it? :-)

It's available on net-dist.mit.edu, in the directory /pub/telnet.
You'll have to read the README file to get further information about how
to get the distribution.  You also must be coming from a host which can
DNS reverse-resolve to a name that's likely to be in the U.S.  Contact
me if you have a DNS name ending in something like .ORG, where it's not
clear whether or not you're coming from the U.S. or Canada or not.

(We're distributing an older version of that telnet with our Kerberos V5
distribution, using similar restrictions to prevent export, on
athena-dist.mit.edu.)

						- Ted