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From: r...@uunet.UU.NET (Rick Adams)
Newsgroups: news.misc
Subject: UUNET is now operational
Message-ID: <102@uunet.UU.NET>
Date: Fri, 15-May-87 00:04:20 EDT
Article-I.D.: uunet.102
Posted: Fri May 15 00:04:20 1987
Date-Received: Sat, 16-May-87 13:12:20 EDT
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Organization: UUNET Communications Services, Arlington, VA
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Keywords: it's alive

The UUNET machine is now accessible via Tymnet and is operational.


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From: r...@uunet.UU.NET (Rick Adams)
Subject: UUNET Project Progress Report
Message-ID: <123@uunet.UU.NET>
Date: Thu, 21-May-87 19:45:57 EDT
Article-I.D.: uunet.123
Posted: Thu May 21 19:45:57 1987
Date-Received: Sat, 23-May-87 12:54:43 EDT
Organization: UUNET Communications Services, Arlington, VA
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The UUNET project has been in service for a week providing news
and mail service to 34 sites. Well over 100 sites have requested
subscription information and the responses so far have
been very enthusiastic.

Overall, performance has been very good. Most sites are averaging
about 1000 bps throughput on a 1200 bps modem and 1950 bps on a
2400 bps modem. The long delays observed with services like 
PC Pursuit have not been experienced.

The machine availability has been 100% (i.e. no down time yet...).
Source archive access should be available soon. We expect to provide
an archive server similar to the others currently in use.

The biggest problem encountered so far was determining that certain
older uucps terminate the strings that they send to log in with a 
\n instead of a \r (This is a bug. It is fixed in 4.2/4.3 BSD and Honey
DanBer at least). This \n confused the login program and 3 sites
could not get logged in. Changing their L.sys entries to an explicit \r\c
solved that problem.

Following is a current uucp map entry for the uunet machine.


[This is intended to be a progress report and not a commercial. If you
want more information, send email to usenix!peter]

#N	uunet
#S	Sequent Balance 21000; Dynix 2.1.1
#C	Rick Adams
#E	uunet!postmaster
#T	+1 703 276 7900
#P	P.O. Box 2299, Berkeley, CA 94710
#L	38 53 40.5 N / 77 04 34.5 W
#R	Physically in Arlington, VA
#W	r...@seismo.CSS.GOV (Rick Adams); 20 May 87
#U	seismo pcrat swlabs ccicpg lll-winken ukma tg iscuva madhat
# siamese twin
uunet	seismo(1)
uunet	usenix(DEMAND), micropro(DEMAND), rodan(DEMAND), ccicpg(DEMAND),
	grand(DEMAND), tg(DEMAND), peregrine(DEMAND), pcrat(DEMAND),
	ednor(DEMAND), tekbspa(DEMAND), housun(DEMAND), pilchuck(DEMAND),
	wp3b01(DEMAND), siia(DEMAND), oswald(DEMAND), swlabs(DEMAND), 
	crdnl(DEMAND), hpda(DEMAND), quick(DAILY), epicb(DEMAND),
	unrvax(EVENING), lll-winken(DEMAND), desint(DEMAND), garfield(DEMAND), 
	iscuva(DEMAND), hnsurg3(DEMAND), rosevax(DEMAND), virginia(DEMAND), 
	madhat(DEMAND), ukma(DEMAND), ora(DEMAND), arnold(DEMAND),

			  SCO's Case Against IBM

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talks about the lawsuit's impact and attacks. Jason Holt, student and 
Linux user, talks about the benefits of code availability and the merits 
of the SCO vs IBM lawsuit. See SCO vs IBM.

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