Tue, 23 Nov 1993 10:58:55 PST

 


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From: a href="mailto:Satish Warrier">Satish Warrier/a> We are a relatively new site on internet, I am trying to get tnvt100 to work. I got the tvt100 package from listserv, edited these files to remove the E-mail address lines. Trying to run I get "dmsopn062e invalid character in fileid RKKEY MODULE" By editing it or while receiving it, the RXVT100 module must have been destroyed!. By the way I do have a copy of RXSOCKET V2. My question : Does anyone know where I can FTP this file or what is the procedure to get rid off the E-mail addresses when you get it from a listserv. Thanks for help in advance Satish Warrier Systems Programmer, El Camino College



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From: a href="mailto:Satish Warrier">Satish Warrier/a> We are a relatively new site on internet, I am trying to get tnvt100 to work. I got the tvt100 package from listserv, edited these files to remove the E-mail address lines. Trying to run I get "dmsopn062e invalid character in fileid RKKEY MODULE" By editing it or while receiving it, the RXVT100 module must have been destroyed!. By the way I do have a copy of RXSOCKET V2. My question : Does anyone know where I can FTP this file or what is the procedure to get rid off the E-mail addresses when you get it from a listserv. Thanks for help in advance Satish Warrier Systems Programmer, El Camino College



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Good morning everyboy. You can find a possible solution below. TNVT100 is available as TNVT100 PACKAGE from LISTSERV at CUNYVM. If you are on BITNET, issue the command: TELL LISTSERV AT CUNYVM GET TNVT100 PACKAGE to retrieve the entire TNVT100 package. If you are not connected to BITNET, send a 1-line Mail message to LISTSERV@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU containing the line: GET TNVT100 VMARC (F=UUE You receive the tnvt100 vmarc file After receiving it try this command: ARCUTIL DECODE TNVT100 VMARC A (UUE REP BLOCK 80 and after try this to see the content of the produced file (tntvt100 $vmarc) VMARC LIST TNVT100 $VMARC A and the following command to unpack all VMARC UNPK TNVT100 $VMARC A (REP If you don't have VMARC (VMARC.MODULE) and ARCUTIL (WORK62.VMARC), you can get them from CUNYVM via anonymous(password guest) ftp under OVMTOOLS. Salvatore Pulvirenti ******************************************************************* * Salvatore Pulvirenti Phone: +39 70 240971 * * CRS4 Fax: +39 70 2796245 * * Via Sauro 10 (Internet) E-mail: pulvi@crs4.it * * 09123 Cagliari - ITALY (Bitnet) E-mail: PULVI@ICRS4VM * *******************************************************************







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Good morning everyboy. You can find a possible solution below. TNVT100 is available as TNVT100 PACKAGE from LISTSERV at CUNYVM. If you are on BITNET, issue the command: TELL LISTSERV AT CUNYVM GET TNVT100 PACKAGE to retrieve the entire TNVT100 package. If you are not connected to BITNET, send a 1-line Mail message to LISTSERV@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU containing the line: GET TNVT100 VMARC (F=UUE You receive the tnvt100 vmarc file After receiving it try this command: ARCUTIL DECODE TNVT100 VMARC A (UUE REP BLOCK 80 and after try this to see the content of the produced file (tntvt100 $vmarc) VMARC LIST TNVT100 $VMARC A and the following command to unpack all VMARC UNPK TNVT100 $VMARC A (REP If you don't have VMARC (VMARC.MODULE) and ARCUTIL (WORK62.VMARC), you can get them from CUNYVM via anonymous(password guest) ftp under OVMTOOLS. Salvatore Pulvirenti ******************************************************************* * Salvatore Pulvirenti Phone: +39 70 240971 * * CRS4 Fax: +39 70 2796245 * * Via Sauro 10 (Internet) E-mail: pulvi@crs4.it * * 09123 Cagliari - ITALY (Bitnet) E-mail: PULVI@ICRS4VM * *******************************************************************



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From: a href="mailto:Satish Warrier">Satish Warrier/a> Thanks to those who respsoned to my previous question. I now have TNVT100 worki ng quite well with one exception. The problem is when a host requires a respons e of one letter (assume b as an example) which brings them to a sub-menu, now t he host wants the letter U to get back to prevous menu. The host also sets defa ult of Enter to mean the first item in the menu. Now assuming the above the TNVT100 user comes in types B <enter> for the sub-me nu now he want to type U <enter> to return to main menu. The host sees the u an d returns to main menu, but also sees the Enter and brings them back to sub-men u. Now they are in an endless loop. Question: Is there a way using TNVT100 to suppress the ENTER from going to the host. Satish Warrier Systems Programmer El Camino College







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From: a href="mailto:Satish Warrier">Satish Warrier/a> Thanks to those who respsoned to my previous question. I now have TNVT100 worki ng quite well with one exception. The problem is when a host requires a respons e of one letter (assume b as an example) which brings them to a sub-menu, now t he host wants the letter U to get back to prevous menu. The host also sets defa ult of Enter to mean the first item in the menu. Now assuming the above the TNVT100 user comes in types B <enter> for the sub-me nu now he want to type U <enter> to return to main menu. The host sees the u an d returns to main menu, but also sees the Enter and brings them back to sub-men u. Now they are in an endless loop. Question: Is there a way using TNVT100 to suppress the ENTER from going to the host. Satish Warrier Systems Programmer El Camino College


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