Re: Re-posted here for a proper reply

Greg Bond (bond@ee.ubc.ca)
Fri, 16 Jun 1995 18:48:32 -0700


In article <3rpjtb$ces@usenet.INS.CWRU.Edu>, rbl@hal (Robin B. Lake) wrote:

> This is reposted here from the CU-SeeMe mailing list in hopes someone
> can assist:
>
>
> I just picked up a Mac magazine that has a unix system that runs on a mac
> called Mach10 by a company called Tenon. Has any body tried their system
> and run a reflector off it? Says it can share the Mac o/s (doesn't want the
> whole machine) and can run on a classic if need be.... might be a good use
> for some old anchors...
>
>
> David Watson School of Health
> Lecturer University of New England
> Email: dwatson@metz.une.edu.au Armidale, NSW Australia 2351
> Ip: 129.180.25.167
> >>>>>>>>Phone: 61-67-73-3668 Fax: 61-67-73-3666<<<<<<<<<<<<
> URL: http://www.une.edu.au/~dwatson
> **************************************************************

This message was posted to the MachTen mailing list a while back:

Date: Wed, 10 May 1995 11:55:22 -0700
To: machten@tenon.com
From: bpk@nothing.com (Brian Kariger)
Subject: Re: CUSM reflector

Radio HK's CU-SeeMe reflector is running under MachTen on a PowerBook 170!
Check out the reflector at

204.119.173.22
(turn off send video, send audio,
turn on receive audio and lurkers)

and the accompanying web site at

http://www.hkweb.com/radio/

Radio HK's configuration is peculiar, but the MachTen reflector setup was
no different from Solaris, other than it being much easier to accomplish
since the binary is available from ftp.tenon.com.

--
Brian Kariger
brian_kariger@hk.com

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