How to XModem transfers

How to XModem transfers

Post by Max Aust » Wed, 10 Jan 1996 04:00:00



On SCO Unix 3.2v4.2 I have used Kermit and sz/rz but a customer now must
transfer files to another site via XModem.  I have not seen any software
for Unix to handle this as of yet.  I would appreciate feedback if you
have seen this.

Thanks!

 
 
 

How to XModem transfers

Post by Don Re » Wed, 10 Jan 1996 04:00:00


In the beginning, or at least on 9 Jan 96 03:21:47 GMT,  Max Austin

Quote:

>On SCO Unix 3.2v4.2 I have used Kermit and sz/rz but a customer now must
>transfer files to another site via XModem.  I have not seen any software
>for Unix to handle this as of yet.  I would appreciate feedback if you
>have seen this.

>Thanks!

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How to XModem transfers

Post by Bela Lubki » Wed, 10 Jan 1996 04:00:00




> writes:


> > Posted: 9 Jan 1996 03:21:47 GMT

> > Org.  : INS Info Services, Des Moines, IA, USA

> > On SCO Unix 3.2v4.2 I have used Kermit and sz/rz but a customer now must
> > transfer files to another site via XModem.  I have not seen any software
> > for Unix to handle this as of yet.  I would appreciate feedback if you
> > have seen this.

> > Thanks!

> Doesn't the source for "rz/sz come with "rx/sx" also ?

> Mine did.

The standard rz/sz binaries *ARE* rx/sx.  And rb/sb (for ymodem
protocol).  Link them as follows:

  cd /wherever/your/rz/sz/binaries/are
  ln rz rx
  ln rz rb
  ln sz sx
  ln sz sb

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How to XModem transfers

Post by Mike J. Pe » Wed, 10 Jan 1996 04:00:00



writes:


> Posted: 9 Jan 1996 03:21:47 GMT

> Org.  : INS Info Services, Des Moines, IA, USA

> On SCO Unix 3.2v4.2 I have used Kermit and sz/rz but a customer now must
> transfer files to another site via XModem.  I have not seen any software
> for Unix to handle this as of yet.  I would appreciate feedback if you
> have seen this.

> Thanks!

Doesn't the source for "rz/sz come with "rx/sx" also ?

Mine did.

mp

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How to XModem transfers

Post by Jean-Pierre Radle » Wed, 10 Jan 1996 04:00:00


Quote:Max Austin writes:

> On SCO Unix 3.2v4.2 I have used Kermit and sz/rz but a customer now must
> transfer files to another site via XModem.  I have not seen any software
> for Unix to handle this as of yet.  I would appreciate feedback if you
> have seen this.

Get your xmodem from wherever you got your zmodem.

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How to XModem transfers

Post by Stephen M. Du » Tue, 16 Jan 1996 04:00:00


$On SCO Unix 3.2v4.2 I have used Kermit and sz/rz but a customer now must
$transfer files to another site via XModem.  I have not seen any software
$for Unix to handle this as of yet.  I would appreciate feedback if you
$have seen this.

   You already have it.  sz/rz implement not only Zmodem, but also
Ymodem and Xmodem.  Check the man pages that come with the sz/rz
source for details on the various options.  You can also link them
to sx/rx and sb/rb to modify their behaviour; the former pair will
use Xmodem.
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1. Xmodem transfers

        I have spent some time looking through the Unix manuals I own,
and browsed through the FAQs for this group, and am unable to find the
Unix commands (if any) for using the Xmodem protocol to do file
transfers. Could someone post the command name and syntax for me? I
normally use Zmodem and know that command syntax, but when using Windows
Terminal (I know, I know, get a real comm pkg) I am unable to do binary
transfers since it doesn't support Zmodem. Thanks in advance for any
assistance with this matter.
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