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Uploading sendfile 1.5-1 (Simple Asynchronous File Transfer)

Good day folks,

here's another package that I define as useful.

-- Begin Changes --

Date: 24 Oct 96 20:25:49 UT
Format: 1.5
Distribution: unstable
Binary: sendfile
Source: sendfile
Architecture: source i386
Version: 1.5-1
Maintainer: Martin Schulze <joey@office.individual.net>
Description: Simple Asynchronous File Transfer
 Sendfile is an asynchronous file transfer service for the Internet,
 like the sendfile facility in Bitnet: Any user A can send files to
 another user B without B being active in any way.
 The existing standard file transfer (ftp) is a synchronous service:
 The user must have access to an account on the sending and on the
 receiving site, too.
 Sendfile for Unix, which is an implementation of the SAFT protocol
 (Simple Asynchronous File Transfer) now offers you a true
 asynchronous file transfer service for the Internet.  Virtually any
 form of file can be sent, including encrypted ones.  The SAFT
 protocol will be submitted as an RFC in the near future.
Priority: Routine
 c260c59fba420ac18aaa0033b5c26906 6957 net - sendfile_1.5-1.diff.gz
 59f58d437636800f4218a6760567a747 178304 net - sendfile_1.5-1.tar.gz
 3ff16fc129b5ee375782ced483c4519d 85506 net - sendfile_1.5-1_i386.deb
 * Debian packaging information
 * Corrected manpages
 * Corrected domain detection

-- End Changes --

Have a pleasant weekend with less work than I,


PS: As usual first in ftp.infodrom.north.de in /pub/people/joey/debian/

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 / http://www.debian.org/       http://www.infodrom.north.de/~joey/
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