[gopher] Re: WSGopher
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Fernandez" <Thomas.F.ML@gmx.net>
To: "Ugly" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2003 00:39
Subject: [gopher] Re: WSGopher
> Hello Ugly,
> On Wed, 30 Jul 2003 18:21:21 -0400 GMT (31/07/03, 05:21 +0700 GMT),
> Ugly Person wrote:
> > There are others. If you look hard enough you can find WSGopher 2.0 and
> > alleged successor, Blue Skies.
> Thanks. I have WSGopher32 up and running on my system now. :-)
Oh good. While I used a resource editor to change the "unregistered" title
to "Registered" or "Freeware" or something, it doesn't seem to expire
I don't currently have it on my computer because I'm cramped for space and
am still recovering from a major crash. I had this a long time ago (2.0)
and when I tried to find it again.... darn near impossible. But I found it.
This time I burned it to CD so there you have it.
> Couldn't find a working copy of Blue Skies, the self-extract doesn't
> work, says it's damaged. Regardless from which server I downlad it.
> Never mind, WSGopher works fine now.
Let's see now. My copy works and installs fine. The file self extracts
into the same directory all the internal setup files, from which you run
While it says that you have to reboot, please keep in mind that this aging
program (circa 1995) was written for an older operating system and seems to
without rebooting. But it wouldn't hurt I suppose.
> >> What am I doing wrong in WSGopher? Is there another client you would
> >> recommend, or where can I download a newer version of WSGopher?
> > I can't. I really really can't. But I can email it to you.
> Received you mail. Thanks.
No problem. I'm still a Gopher fan so I keep it around.
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