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Re: Fedora/Linux as a USB Drive



On Sun, 13 Jan 2008 00:07:00 +0100
Zoltan Boszormenyi <zboszor freemail hu> wrote:

> there was a DOS 6.2 utility that could be used to send some files
> over serial connections...) 

That's called "most terminal programs", Telix and Procomm being two of the
better ones.

You may be thinking of Laplink, which allowed you to transfer files over a
specially-wired PARALLEL CABLE at speeds much greater than you could get out of
a serial port.

MSDOS 6 also included InterSvr, which did something similar to Laplink (and
used the same cable) but was a lot less handy and intuitive to use than Laplink
was.

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