Re: reflect~.z

Paul Troutman (pault@cardinal.umeais.maine.edu)
Fri, 22 Sep 1995 09:14:23 -0400 (EDT)


On Thu, 21 Sep 1995, WILLIAM O'CONNOR wrote:

> i can arc, unarc, zip, unzip,but i cant figure out
> for the life of me how to uncompress this file."reflect~.z"
> somebody give me a hint.... thank you bill o'connor..
> this file i downloaded from cu-seeme.cornell.edu

Did you have problems downloading the file? The reflector software
for the CU-SeeMe UNIX version is distributed in .tar.Z format (Tape
Archived and compressed). I get the impression that your looking for
the PC version of the CU-SeeME client, not the server itself. If you are,
the the latest version is in /pub/video/PC.CU-SeeMeW0.70b1 (cuseeme.zip).

Most of the time, any lowercase .z or .gz extension means a g-zip'd
file. You'd need to obtain and compile the gzip utilty for your version of
UNIX. (Any GNU mirror would have this, like on sunsite.unc.edu
/pub/gnu/gzip).

Netcom probably already has this utility. (Try running gzip -h or
gunzip -h, look in /usr/bin /usr/local/bin /usr/lib, or try a find,
locate, or whereis command on gzip and gunzip).


Paul Scott Troutman
PC/UNIX Specialist
University of Maine Administrative Information Systems
117 Alumni Hall, Orono, Maine 04473