Star wars in ascii art !

Star wars in ascii art !

Post by JF Meze » Tue, 13 Nov 2001 21:45:04



telnet to:

towel.blinkenlights.nl

make sure you have a good VT emulator :-)

Some guy put a lot of effort into this.

 
 
 

Star wars in ascii art !

Post by Don Syke » Wed, 14 Nov 2001 07:14:45


Who says you need a GUI interface?!! When you can do the whole movie in
ASCII text!
This guy should win an Oscar!

Don


> telnet to:

> towel.blinkenlights.nl

> make sure you have a good VT emulator :-)

> Some guy put a lot of effort into this.


 
 
 

Star wars in ascii art !

Post by Jan-Erik S?derhol » Wed, 14 Nov 2001 07:28:58


Is this ASCII file(?) available in any other way then
by telnet ? Download to run it localy ?

Jan-Erik S?derholm.


> > telnet to:

> > towel.blinkenlights.nl

> > make sure you have a good VT emulator :-)

> > Some guy put a lot of effort into this.

 
 
 

Star wars in ascii art !

Post by John Forko » Wed, 14 Nov 2001 18:48:37


: Is this ASCII file(?) available in any other way then
: by telnet ? Download to run it localy ?
: Jan-Erik S?derholm.

The telnet site is a "transposition" of
     http://www.asciimation.co.nz/
though I don't know if you can download from there, either.
I suppose wget, or something like that, might work, but I
haven't tried.


: > > telnet to:
: > > towel.blinkenlights.nl
: > > make sure you have a good VT emulator :-)
: > > Some guy put a lot of effort into this.

 
 
 

Star wars in ascii art !

Post by Bob Koehl » Wed, 14 Nov 2001 23:01:09



Quote:> Is this ASCII file(?) available in any other way then
> by telnet ? Download to run it localy ?

   telnet/log?  Probably will mess up the timing.  Site isn't responging
   right now.
 
 
 

Star wars in ascii art !

Post by Christoph Gartma » Thu, 15 Nov 2001 00:56:56




>> Is this ASCII file(?) available in any other way then
>> by telnet ? Download to run it localy ?

>   telnet/log?  Probably will mess up the timing.  Site isn't responging
>   right now.

Tried it, didn't produce a usable result. At least with a TYPE or COPY to TT.

Regards,
   Christoph Gartmann

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Post by Don Syke » Thu, 15 Nov 2001 02:51:28


I think you have to use telnet and as JF said a decent TE. I use
PowerTerm Interconnect by Ericom from my NT box. Haven't tried it from
VMS directly yet.
IMHO its worth taking another shot at it.
Don



> >> Is this ASCII file(?) available in any other way then
> >> by telnet ? Download to run it localy ?

> >   telnet/log?  Probably will mess up the timing.  Site isn't responging
> >   right now.

> Tried it, didn't produce a usable result. At least with a TYPE or COPY to TT.

> Regards,
>    Christoph Gartmann

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