Re: your mail

From: Erik (
Date: 07/23/96

  Or place a copy of dos2unix in your /bin. Never know when a prospective 
builder is gonna send a dos zip, and it really sucks to say 'no thanks, 
we can't boot this'

On Tue, 23 Jul 1996, Franco wrote:

> On Tue, 23 Jul 1996, malcor wrote:
> >> Good luck , i do not beleive there is ANY editor for win because MSDOS 
> >> adds the ^m after line regardless, I got around this by d/l mini-linux from
> >> the sunsite ftp
> >> 
> >Another thought is this:  Edit it with whatever dos based editor you are
> >using, then ftp it to the machine you will compile on, and *ensure* that
> >you ftp the file as *ascii text* and **NOT** Binary. (=
> >
> >--
> >Erm... Yeah.  Whatever.
> Yep, this is 100% true. When most ppl ftp, they set it on auto or binary,
> which will place those characters on line returns in text files.
>                 Franco
>                 Bharran, BloodLust MUD
>        4000

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