Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : CA29-3.ZIP
Filename : BIX.CMD

 
Output of file : BIX.CMD contained in archive : CA29-3.ZIP
LEGEND " BIX.CMD" ; Put script name on status bar...
;
; ----- BIX: Connect to BIX through TymNet
; ----------------------------------------------------------------
; Note: You must create a logon file with MKLOGON in order to
; have this script automatically log you on... Please see the
; file SCRIPTS.DOC
; ----------------------------------------------------------------
; Note: This script is written to be FCALLed, executed directly (F2)
; or attached to a dialing directory entry (for manual execution).
; ----------------------------------------------------------------
; Note: This script requires the script TYMNET.CMD. TYMNET.CMD
; requires that a dialing directory entry number be prepared.
; Unless you modify TYMNET.CMD, the entry number defaults to 9.
; ----------------------------------------------------------------
; S0 is modified by this script.
; ----------------------------------------------------------------
;
; Call Tymnet (if not already dialed)
;
IF NOT ISSC "TYMNET" ; If script not available
MESS "TYMNET.CMD script not found"
EXIT ; terminate script
ENDIF
FCALL "Tymnet" ; Dial Tymnet
LEGEND " Connecting to BIX..."
;
; Connect to BIX
;
TRANSMIT "bix!" ; Tell Tymnet to connect to BIX
;
; Wait for ID prompt
;
WAITFOR "Name? " ; Wait for BIX name prompt
;
; If we have a BIXLOGON file, use it
;
SET TTHRU OFF ; Let psw be typed
IF ISSCFILE "BIXLOGON" FCALL "BIXLOGON"
;
; Exit - this script may be fcalled
;
IF FCALLED FRETURN ; Return to caller if called
ALARM ; Otherwise, sound alarm - we're done


  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : CA29-3.ZIP
Filename : BIX.CMD

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