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Hi netters,

Does anyone know of public domain TCP/IP software that works with/out of
windows (PC platform)?  We currently have one (Clarkson Univ.?) that seems to crash
and I'm told it's because it's not a windows version
Any help would be appreciated. 

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There is a package called QVT/TCP which is a vt220 emulator.  There is also a version for windows.  It is produced by QPC software, and I do believe it is "shareware":- ie you have to pay a site license fee (which i've been told is marginal approx $4

It is available via anonymous FTP though I cannot remeber where i got mine from, try the IUBIO archives?

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QPC Software
PO Box 226
Penfield, NY 14526

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