In article <2657dg$ha0 at corax.udac.uu.se> gerard at rigel.bmc.uu.se (Gerard Kleijwegt) writes:
>Joe, I got your e-mail but can't mail you:
>>Comment: Bad address -- <jel at as.tsa.brown.edu>
>Comment: Nameserver error: Unknown host
>> the information comes from an ascii file containing the most
> important header records of all current PDB files; all i did
> was vi, search & cut&paste into my posting.
> there are two of these files, together ~1.5 MB
> if you're interested, i put compressed copies on our ftp
> server: daisy.bmc.uu.se (188.8.131.52); login as user
> ftp, password your e-mail address, cd pub/various,
> binary, mget header*
Perhaps a slightly easier solution for people with a network connection
is to search (the headers) and retrieve the entire entries via gopher.
If anyone has never heard of gopher write me a note and I'll send you some
information to help get you started.
Best of luck,
danj at mail.gdb.org