7200 Macintosh "Mac Binary II+" issue...

ryan o. kaplan (ryan@iliad.com)
Wed, 26 Jun 1996 09:06:03 -0400

>I am a new user of the Intenet and naive about hardware. But CU-Seeme
>intrigues me. I would like to learn how to use this.

cool, cuseeme rules.

>Currently, I have a Power Macintosh 7200. I tried to download the CU-Seeme
>program but I get a message that says the application "Mac Binary II +" is
>missing. What does this mean? Do I need other software to load the
>Cu-Seeme program? Also, regarding a small camera to attach, where can I
>purchase this and what is the cost? From reading listserve mail, it sounds
>like black and white get better results.

stacy, the error message you are getting "Mac Binary II +" has nothing to
do with cuseeme. That is a typical message one might receive when no other
expansion/compression utilities exist in your system folder. you need to
install the "stuffit engine" in your extensions folder/system folder, also
get ahold of "stuffit expander" and "dropstuff" and you should be covered
for expansion/compression. then you should have no problem installing the
cuseeme software. (give me a call if you have any questions, I'm in

>Thank you for your help and assistance.
>Stacy Antoniadis, MPH, MA
>Family Focused Early Intervention System of PA
>200 Anderson Road
>King of Prussia, PA 19406
>800-441-3215 - voice
>610-265-5737 - fax

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