Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : ZCEX1808.ZIP
Filename : COMM.BAT

 
Output of file : COMM.BAT contained in archive : ZCEX1808.ZIP
echo off
cls
:
: Example of a working BATCH file that can be placed in your path or root
: to call either YAM or ZCOMM, set the phones file and configure colors
: for the flash up help processor. (Anything with ':' in col 1 is a comment)
: Once you are setup you can delete these commented lines starting with ':'.
: This example assumes you have YAM or ZCOMM in C:\ZCOMM along with the
: PHOMAST.T file. Only YAM users need to use the 'set phones' command
: since the default in ZCOMM is to look in \ZCOMM for a file called
: PHOMAST.T
:
: Actually it's better yet to put these 'set' commands in your AUTOEXEC.BAT
: file. I just have them here so you can try it without changing your
: current configuration...
:
set PHONES=c:\zcomm\phomast.t
:
: If you have a color system get rid of the ':' in front of the set
: commands on the next lines and the help processor will be in color!
:
: set normattr=31
: set revattr=26
: set undlattr=31
:
: Comment in the line below if you get "Warning: Old dport=" message
: Set for what ever com port your modem is hooked to (here shown as COM1).
:
: set hotport=1
c:
cd\zcomm
:
: If you are using YAM, uncomment the yam line below and comment out or
: the delete the zcomm line below.
:
: yam %1 %2 %3 %4
zcomm %1 %2 %3 %4
cd\
cls
:
: If you run into a DOS error 'Out of Environment Space' you will need to
: add the 'shell' command to CONFIG.SYS file. For different DOS versions:
:
: DOS V3.0: shell=c:\command.com /p
: DOS V3.1-3.3: shell=c:\command.com /p /e:512
:
: The first argument tells DOS where to find 'COMMAND.COM', the two switches
: are: /P for stay Permanent, and /E: for size of environment (ranging from
: 11-62 {16byte paragraphs} for V3.1 and 160 to 32,767 bytes for V3.2-3.3
: See your DOS manual for specifics on other versions.
:


  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : ZCEX1808.ZIP
Filename : COMM.BAT

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