Can I take files from dos to unix & vice versa?

Can I take files from dos to unix & vice versa?

Post by Jason Kott » Sat, 02 Sep 1995 04:00:00

I'm really new to unix so you'll have to bear with me on this one.  I have
several files on a dos disk (html files, text files, and gifs) that I want
to place in my acct. here at school so that they may be accessed via the
Web.  The only way that I know to get to my acct. is to use a Windows
application to telnet to my acct., which is on a unix system.  Is there
anyway I can do this beyond cutting and pasting from notepad to the unix
editor and vice versa.  I don't even know if that will work, and it
certainly will not work for the gifs.  Any help in this matter would be

Thanks in advance.





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