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If you don't have ftp (which I don't), send a message with the body "HELP" to
and that should tell you how to get anything.
And in response to someone's (forgot who, sorry) saying that the Zen guide is
out of date, it's 18 months old. This may put it at the end of the late
Cretaceous for some folks, but there's a lot of info for beginners which I have
been told (by a sys admin) is still good.
Michael McClatchey mmm -at- aisinc -dot- com
Applied Intelligent Systems, Inc. (opinions expressed are not necessarily
110 Parkland Plaza those of my employer)
313-995-2035 / FAX 313-995-2138
Ann Arbor, MI 48103