Re: CUSEEME for DOS Documentation

Yozo Toda (yozo@aohakobe.ipc.chiba-u.ac.jp)
Tue, 10 Oct 1995 15:36:44 +0900


> not many answers. If I am the only one who loaded this, and nobody can find
> the original site I am not sure what to do. Maybe scan it all and put some

Hi, I did 'egrep "Glenn.*Archer" Mail/cu-seeme/*' and
found the following message.

-- yozo.

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Date: Fri, 12 May 1995 08:41:15 +1200 (GMT+1200)
From: Hugh Anderson <h_anders@ee.cit.ac.nz>
To: msattler@indstate.edu, CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu
Subject: New DOS-based *multicast* CUSEEME viewer
Message-ID: <Pine.3.87.9505120814.A13066-0100000@kai.ee.cit.ac.nz>

Hi

One of my students, Glenn Archer, has developed a DOS-based cuseeme
viewer. Before you go crazy ......

It cannot transmit CUSEEME, only receive.
It receives MULTICAST, not point-to-point
- so you need a multicast reflector
It needs a packet driver

He's put all the C sources, and DOS executables in:

http://www.ee.cit.ac.nz/~archergl/project1.html

cheers Hugh

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