Telnet: is there a way of editing JOT files using telnet on a win95 system.

Telnet: is there a way of editing JOT files using telnet on a win95 system.

Post by A » Sat, 17 Jan 1998 04:00:00

I am using win95 telnet to access my work station (sgi indy) in school.
I was wondering if there is a way of editing JOT files. Also, I am trying
to ftp from my house to work.When I telnet into my workstation,
I first have to go to the mainstation before I can access my station, but
my ftp only connects to the mainstation. Is there a way or a software that
will connect me to the mainstation then to my workstation.

Thanx, agabas


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