UNIX -->> HDD of a PC ???????

UNIX -->> HDD of a PC ???????

Post by Fernando Martinez Villaseno » Sun, 19 Nov 1995 04:00:00



Can anyone tell me how can  I save a file that I have in my UNIX account
to my hard disk drive ???

I am connected through a dial up system to a UNIX System V; if that makes
a difference.

I will appreciate very much if anyone can help me.


 
 
 

UNIX -->> HDD of a PC ???????

Post by Won Bok L » Mon, 20 Nov 1995 04:00:00




>Can anyone tell me how can  I save a file that I have in my UNIX account
>to my hard disk drive ???

>I am connected through a dial up system to a UNIX System V; if that makes
>a difference.

>I will appreciate very much if anyone can help me.



1. If your Unix host supports sz(super zmodem), you can sz the file to your
PC.
   sz -b <filename>
In order to use sz, both your Unix host and your communication program must
support super zmodem protocol. (Most commercial and shareware communication
programs support super zmodem.)

2. If you have a SLIP/PPP connection, you can FTP as well.

I hope this helps.

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UNIX -->> HDD of a PC ???????

Post by Bill Marc » Tue, 21 Nov 1995 04:00:00




Quote:>Can anyone tell me how can  I save a file that I have in my UNIX account
>to my hard disk drive ???

>I am connected through a dial up system to a UNIX System V; if that makes
>a difference.

>I will appreciate very much if anyone can help me.

If you are using a terminal program other than Windows Terminal, see if
the Unix system has the "sz" command.  With Windows Terminal you would
have to use "sx" or "kermit".

--
"Goodness me, could this be industrial disease?"  Dire Straits

 
 
 

UNIX -->> HDD of a PC ???????

Post by Bill Marc » Thu, 23 Nov 1995 04:00:00




Quote:>1. If your Unix host supports sz(super zmodem), you can sz the file to your
>PC.
>   sz -b <filename>
>In order to use sz, both your Unix host and your communication program must
>support super zmodem protocol. (Most commercial and shareware communication
>programs support super zmodem.)

Sz stands for "send zmodem", not "super zmodem".  If the host has sz,
there is also an rz (receive zmodem) command for uploading files.

--
"Goodness me, could this be industrial disease?"  Dire Straits

 
 
 

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