> I want to get hold of the latest version of the PostScript-like interpreter
> for the PC call GHOSTSCRIPT. This is distributed by the
>> FREE SOFTWARE FOUNDATION INC.
>> Can anyone tell me the address/fax/phone of these people?
>> L.C. Willoughby
> Chemistry Department
> University College London
The address is: The Free Software Foundation Inc.
675 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA
Telephone: 0101 617 876 3296, Electronic mail: GNU at Edu.MIT.AI.PREP
But you shouldn't need to contact the American HQ: there are local UK
distribution centres for the GNU software. The MIT people certainly won't
thank you for a request for one copy of some software for your personal
PC. It is a natural consequence of their software being free that they
don't have the resources to provide that sort of service.
To spread the load, there are several UK distribution centres, each of
which takes responsibility for one part of the full range of GNU software.
To find out where to get any particular item, send an email message to
Info-Server at UK.AC.UKC, with the following 3 lines of text:
This will send you a list of who supplies what. As it happens,
Ghostscript is available from Imperial College. Try sending some email to
Info-Server at UK.AC.IC.DoC, with a text of HELP, to get started.