Date : Sat, 26 Dec 1998 19:26:56 -0600
From : "Rick Galbraith" <rick_galbraith@...>
Subject: Re: Hard Drives+Networking
On 23 Dec 1998 01:37:54 +0000 you wrote
> Having a network isn't just about fileserving. Clients (the stations on
> the network) can communicate with each other.
How can I BEST hook my BBC up to my PC, to transfer files. I have quite a
few word-processing and spreadsheet documents.
I have been considering using an emulator, but I also need the rundown on
how to read my DFS disks, if the will, in my 5.25 drive. I understand that the
same-make drive in my PC may not read because of the discs being single
>I have been working on SerialNet network drivers that use the Serial port.
> > Could someone give me a quick run down on how econet works, and what I
> > would need to implement it.
> Do you mean how econet works, how networking works, or how NetFS works?
> They are all seperate, but connected subjects.
> I'll trawl through some of my files and put something together relavant.
> J.G.Harston (JGH BBC PD Library) 70 Camm Street, Walkley, SHEFFIELD S6 3TR
> jgh@... --- BBC+Master / Z80+6502 / CoPro+Tubes / Econet+SJ
> Devolution / Transport / Planning / Highways ---- Focus Editor for Walkley
> Walkley Ward Website: http://homepages.nildram.co.uk/~amilton/walkley.htm
Rick Galbraith, Winnipeg, Manitoba
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