I don't know if this would work but you might consider getting the MKS
Toolkit (unix tools under Win95) and maybe it world work under the
kornshell. I find that most of the unix commands I use from that kit work
just in the unix OS.
Joe Saladino <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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From: Peter Bowyer [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 1997 3:04 AM
Subject: RE: Non tar version?
WinZIP does .tar (www.winzip.com). I haven't been following this thread,
but if you're expecting the standard Majordomo distribution to work on
NT, you're in for a disappointment.
> From: Jeffrey Goldberg[SMTP:J.Goldberg@cranfield.ac.uk]
> Reply To: Jeffrey Goldberg
> Sent: 05 November 1997 10:47
> To: Kevin Remde
> Cc: Majordomo Users List
> Subject: Re: Non tar version?
> On Tue, 4 Nov 1997, Kevin Remde wrote:
> > I'm looking to run Majordomo on an NT Server. The site I've been
> > accessing [...] has .tar files only. I don't have a utility to
> > the tape archives [...]
> There are free versions of tar for all platforms, (From DOS and Mac,
> through VMS, Unix, etc). There is definitely tar for NT.
> I can't think of a reference for where to get these, but someone will.
> At the same time, but sure to get gzip (gunzip).
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