Category : System Diagnostics for your computer
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L i t e S P M

Version 1.01


Last updated: July, 1991

This file contains information regarding the posting of the
LiteSPM package, version 1.01, on Bulletin Board Systems.

For sample descriptions which you may use to describe the product
please refer to the DESCRIBE.DOC text file.

NOTE: Disk Vendors and Distributors please refer to the
VENDOR.DOC text file.

Distribution Requirements:

Limited Distribution License:
As the exclusive copyright holder for LiteSPM, Information
Technology, Ltd. authorizes on-line distribution only in
accordance with the following restrictions. Disk Vendors and
Distributors should refer to the VENDOR.DOC text file for
complete license information.

The LiteSPM package is defined as containing all the material
listed in the PACKING.LST text file. If any files listed in the
PACKING.LST text file, or the PACKING.LST file itself, are
missing, then the package is not complete and distribution is
forbidden. Please contact us to obtain a complete package
suitable for distribution.

The LiteSPM package - including all related program files
and documentation files - CANNOT be modified in any way
(other than that mentioned in the following paragraph)
and must be distributed as a complete package, without
exception. The PACKING.LST text file contains a list of
all files that are part of the LiteSPM package.

Many BBSs customarily add a small text file
(advertisement) to each archived file. This text file
describes the BBS and tells people that the file was
downloaded from that particular BBS. Other BBSs add a
small one-line message with their BBS name and phone

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number into the compressed file, which will display when
the file is uncompressed. Either of these methods of
mentioning your BBS are acceptable and may be used,
provided the program and documentation is unmodified and

Information Technology, Ltd. prohibits the distribution
of outdated versions of the LiteSPM package, without
written permission from Information Technology, Ltd. If
the version you have obtained is over twelve (12) months
old, please contact us to ensure that you have the most
current version.

Licensee shall not use, copy, rent, lease, sell, modify,
decompile, disassemble, otherwise reverse engineer, or
transfer the licensed program except as provided in this
agreement. Any such unauthorized use shall result in
immediate and automatic termination of this license.

U.S. Government Information: Use, duplication, or
disclosure by the U.S. Government of the computer
software and documentation in this package shall be
subject to the restricted rights applicable to commercial
computer software as set forth in subdivision (b)(3)(ii)
of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software
clause at 252.227-7013 (DFARS 52.227-7013). The
Contractor/manufacturer is Information Technology, Ltd.,
5 Park Blvd., Lincoln, Rhode Island, 02865.

All rights not expressly granted here are reserved to Information
Technology, Ltd.

Applying for ASP Associate Membership:
If you would like to apply for ASP Associate Membership (to
become an ASP BBS member), simply write to the following address
and request a BBS Membership Application Package:

ASP Executive Director
545 Grover Road
Muskegon, MI 49442-9427

or send a CompuServe message via CompuServe MAIL to ASP Executive
Director 72050,1433. You may also FAX a request to the ASP
Executive Director at 616-788-2765.

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BBS Update Program:
Most BBSs have standard procedures for acquiring new files. They
get them from other boards, new programs are uploaded by users,
etc. This is good because most authors cannot afford to mail
disks or upload files to thousands of BBSs. However, some BBSs
prefer to obtain programs directly from the authors. If you would
like to obtain programs directly from us, automatically, then
please help us to cover the cost.

If your BBS would like to receive automatic upgrades to any of
our products, directly from us, then please refer to the
information below. Due to the time and expense we are generally
unable to upload directly to a large number of Bulletin Board
Systems. However, we are able to mail updates on disk (in a
sealed envelope) to many BBS's.

If your BBS would like to receive automatic updates then please
take advantage of our BBS Update Program. Under this program you
can receive updates for an entire year for only $10 per program
(this helps to offset our costs).

To receive updates, simply send us a letter with the name and
address of your BBS, your mailing address, the name of the person
we may contact (preferably the SYSOP or CO-SYSOP), the program
(or programs) for which you would like to receive updates, and a
check or money order for $10 for each program (for countries
outside of North America please add an additional $10 per
program). Payment in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank only,

The BBS Update Program is available for the following products
(as of July, 1991):

LiteComm Communications ToolBox

NOTE: All BBS's participating in our BBS Update Program will
automatically receive any NEW programs which we may release while
their BBS Update Program is in effect.

The BBS Update Program is only intended to help us cover our
expenses in those cases where a BBS desires to obtain the program
directly from us. If you have other standard ways to obtain
programs, then you may prefer not to use our BBS Update Program.
Please refer to DESCRIBE.DOC for our mailing address and phone
number. Thank you for your support!

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  3 Responses to “Category : System Diagnostics for your computer
Archive   : SPM.ZIP
Filename : SYSOP.DOC

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