MPEG movies moved to /pub/mpeg !

MPEG movies moved to /pub/mpeg !

Post by Stefan Hartma » Sat, 06 Jun 1992 03:41:01



Hi,
the win3.x MPEG player and new additional movies have been moved
by the sysops at phoenix.oulu.fi (130.231.240.17) to :

/pub/mpeg

The 2 files are called :

MPEGXING.LZH   (471 KBytes, compressed with LHA213.exe (LHARC)  )

mpgmovie.lzh   (721 KBytes, compressed with LHARC 1.14 )

Best regards Stefan Hartmann.

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MPEG movies moved to /pub/mpeg !

Post by William C T » Sat, 06 Jun 1992 17:04:52



>Hi,
>the win3.x MPEG player and new additional movies have been moved
>by the sysops at phoenix.oulu.fi (130.231.240.17) to :

>/pub/mpeg

>The 2 files are called :

>MPEGXING.LZH   (471 KBytes, compressed with LHA213.exe (LHARC)  )

>mpgmovie.lzh   (721 KBytes, compressed with LHARC 1.14 )

I have not been able to decompress MPEGXING, using LHARC.EXE.  The
names of the packed files are listed, but they are indicated as
"unknown format".  This has happened on two separate downloads
of MPEGXING.LZH.    Anyone else having problemswith it ?

 
 
 

MPEG movies moved to /pub/mpeg !

Post by Me, Myself and I... » Sun, 07 Jun 1992 01:45:15




>>Hi,
>>the win3.x MPEG player and new additional movies have been moved
>>by the sysops at phoenix.oulu.fi (130.231.240.17) to :

>>/pub/mpeg

>>The 2 files are called :

>>MPEGXING.LZH   (471 KBytes, compressed with LHA213.exe (LHARC)  )

>>mpgmovie.lzh   (721 KBytes, compressed with LHARC 1.14 )

>I have not been able to decompress MPEGXING, using LHARC.EXE.  The
>names of the packed files are listed, but they are indicated as
>"unknown format".  This has happened on two separate downloads
>of MPEGXING.LZH.    Anyone else having problemswith it ?

I haven't tried it yet, but I had the same problem before.  Reason was I
was trying to use and older version of LHARC.EXE.  The above mentioned program
however cannot be decompressed with the previous, it Absolutely needs LHA.EXE
which is available nearly everywhere (DOS ARCHIVES!!) and comes in the
LHA213.EXE package as mentioned above.

Hope this helps.

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MPEG movies moved to /pub/mpeg !

Post by William C T » Sun, 07 Jun 1992 06:43:46


Previously, I reported a problem decompressing MPEGXING.LZH.   The
reason, as pointed out by several people, was that I used an old version
of LHARC.  LHA213 worked fine.

Thanks to all.

 
 
 

MPEG movies moved to /pub/mpeg !

Post by Mike Groschu » Sun, 07 Jun 1992 07:09:33




>>Hi,
>>the win3.x MPEG player and new additional movies have been moved
>>by the sysops at phoenix.oulu.fi (130.231.240.17) to :

>>/pub/mpeg

>>The 2 files are called :

>>MPEGXING.LZH   (471 KBytes, compressed with LHA213.exe (LHARC)  )

>>mpgmovie.lzh   (721 KBytes, compressed with LHARC 1.14 )

> I have not been able to decompress MPEGXING, using LHARC.EXE.  The
> names of the packed files are listed, but they are indicated as
> "unknown format".  This has happened on two separate downloads
> of MPEGXING.LZH.    Anyone else having problemswith it ?

LHARC.EXE is an older version of the .LZH dearchiver.  The version I used
was LHA, which can be found at wuarchive.wustl.edu (128.252.135.4) in
/mirrors3/garbo.uwasa.fi/arcers/lha213.exe.  The older LHARC gave me the
same error message.

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MPEG movies moved to /pub/mpeg !

Post by Lorenzo Zanetti 2888 » Sun, 07 Jun 1992 18:18:31




>>Hi,
>>the win3.x MPEG player and new additional movies have been moved
>>by the sysops at phoenix.oulu.fi (130.231.240.17) to :

>>/pub/mpeg

>>The 2 files are called :

>>MPEGXING.LZH   (471 KBytes, compressed with LHA213.exe (LHARC)  )

>>mpgmovie.lzh   (721 KBytes, compressed with LHARC 1.14 )

>I have not been able to decompress MPEGXING, using LHARC.EXE.  The
>names of the packed files are listed, but they are indicated as
>"unknown format".  This has happened on two separate downloads
>of MPEGXING.LZH.    Anyone else having problemswith it ?

Ciao,
I'm a italian student.
You can use LHA.EXE program to decompress the files ...

                                             Lorenzo

 
 
 

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