File cutter exist??

File cutter exist??

Post by Raymond W » Mon, 20 May 1996 04:00:00



        Hi all!  I have a problem.  I was wondering if a unix file cutter
program exists.  I've been looking for one that basically just chops up a
file into some size (ie.  1.44 meg disks) and be able to glue them
together.  It would be nice if a DOS version exists since I'll be using a
DOS computer to glue it back, but that's not necessary since I have one
and it should do the trick...all I need is a Unix version that does the
cutting...  Any ideas????

        Thanks!

Raymond Wan

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**  Raymond Wan                                     **
**  Department of Computer Science,                 **
**     University of British Columbia               **

**  WWW:     http://www.ugrad.cs.ubc.ca/spider/h0h1 **
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File cutter exist??

Post by Brian Duan » Mon, 20 May 1996 04:00:00



>         Hi all!  I have a problem.  I was wondering if a unix file cutter
> program exists.  I've been looking for one that basically just chops up a
> file into some size (ie.  1.44 meg disks) and be able to glue them
> together.  It would be nice if a DOS version exists since I'll be using a
> DOS computer to glue it back, but that's not necessary since I have one
> and it should do the trick...all I need is a Unix version that does the
> cutting...  Any ideas????

>         Thanks!

> Raymond Wan

> ** ------------------------------------------------ **
> **  Raymond Wan                                     **
> **  Department of Computer Science,                 **
> **     University of British Columbia               **

> **  WWW:     http://www.ugrad.cs.ubc.ca/spider/h0h1 **
> ** ------------------------------------------------ **

try split
works at line level and most versions can work at block level.
glue back together using cat (or copy /B in DOS)

--
Brian Duane - NCR Corporation
(Formerly AT&T GIS, formerly NCR)


 
 
 

1. ANNOUNCE: TCP/IP Connection cutter - "cutter" 1.00

CUTTER 1.00 - June 2003

Network security administrators sometimes need to be able to abort TCP/IP
connections routed over their firewalls on demand. This would allow them to
terminate connections such as SSH tunnels or VPNs left in place by
employees over night, abort hacker attacks when they are detected, stop
high bandwidth consuming downloads - etc. There are many potential
applications.

"Cutter" is an open source program that allows network administrators to
abort TCP/IP connections routed over a Linux firewall or router.

Documentation and downloads are available at:

        http://www.lowth.com/cutter

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LICENSE

Cutter 1.00 is released under the terms of GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2 (June 1991) and comes with all the usual freedom, openness and
disclaimers associated with that license.

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STATUS

Cutter 1.00 should be considered EXPERIMENTAL. The author is releasing a
tool that works on the systems he has access to (namely: IPCop and
RedHat Linux), and he is seeking input on it's use on other systems,
ideas for improvement, etc.

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web filtering for Smoothwall and IPCop, Security and Linux book
recommendations and more go to -- http://www.lowth.com

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