Dec 282017
 
Shareware peer to peer network for use of comm ports. It is by WEBCORP WEB PairWare.
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Shareware peer to peer network for use of comm ports. It is by WEBCORP WEB PairWare.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
PAIRWARE.EXE 196760 196384 deflated
PWWINFIX.EXE 4685 4561 deflated
README.1ST 3621 1453 deflated

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Contents of the README.1ST file


Copyright 1992 WEBCORP. All rights reserved.

ABOUT WEB PAIRWARE...

WEBCORP has been selling network products since early 1990. Since then,
the idea of offering a shareware version of our WEB Network Operating
System has surfaced several times, but the idea didn't gain sufficient
support until the release of WEB 3.0. We have since decided to make WEB
2.55 available as a serial-based shareware product. It's called WEB
PairWare and it has the same full set of features as our card-based 2.55
version. WEB PairWare is designed to let as many of you as possible
experience the benefits of our technology. We want to promote awareness
of our product line and promote sales of the card- and serial-based
versions of WEB 3.0. Please remember to register your software, because
by doing so, you'll enable us to keep bringing you products that further
enhance your productivity.

The WEB PairWare development team:

Walter Good (who championed the idea)
Josh Kloepping (who wrote the software)
Wayne Creekmore (who designed the look and feel)
Delfin Medina (who wanted it all along)

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READ THIS !!!!

You have run a self-extracting file called SHAREWEB.EXE that unpacked
the following two files:

README.1ST (this file)
PAIRWARE.EXE (a self-extracting packed file containing the shareware
version of WEB PairWare software and associated files -
approximately 418K unpacked)

WEB PairWare lets you connect two computers with a serial cable to
create a fully functional peer-to-peer LAN.

INSTALLING FROM A HIGH DENSITY FLOPPY
-------------------------------------
(Note: There is insufficient room on a 360 K disk to unpack the files.)
1. Print this file as a guide for installation.
2. Keep a copy of SHAREWEB.EXE to give to others.
3. Copy PAIRWARE.EXE to the floppy (if it's on your hard drive).
4. Change to the floppy drive.
5. Run PAIRWARE.EXE to unpack the software.
6. Read the *.TXT files (especially MINIDOC.TXT).
7. Run INSTALL.EXE on both computers to install the software.
8. Copy *.TXT from the floppy to the target installation directory.

INSTALLING FROM A HARD DRIVE
----------------------------
1. Print this file as a guide for installation.
2. Keep a copy of SHAREWEB.EXE to give to others.
3. Create a temporary directory on both computers.
4. Copy PAIRWARE.EXE to the temporary directory on both computers.
5. CD to the temporary directory on both computers.
6. Run PAIRWARE.EXE on both computers to unpack the software.
7. Read the *.TXT files (especially MINIDOC.TXT).
8. Run INSTALL.EXE on both computers to install the software.
9. Copy *.TXT from the temporary directory to the target directory.
10. Remove the temporary directory when installation is complete.

FILE INVENTORY
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README 1ST 2317 3-19-92 3:19p (this file)

The following files should be unpacked when you run PAIRWARE.EXE:

NETWORK HLP 61553 3-20-92 3:20p
NETWORK OVL 122896 3-20-92 3:20p
SM EXE 61904 3-20-92 3:20p
NETWORK EXE 25600 3-20-92 3:20p
INSTALL EXE 68321 3-20-92 3:20p
REDIRECT EXE 10449 3-20-92 3:20p
MINIDOC TXT 35630 3-20-92 3:20p
PRODUCTS TXT 6747 3-20-92 3:20p
README TXT 6178 3-20-92 3:20p
REGISTER TXT 2854 3-20-92 3:20p

CONTENTS OF DRIVERS DIRECTORY
RS232 OPT 11803 3-20-92 3:20p
RS232 OBJ 3503 3-20-92 3:20p

TOTAL BYTES - ALL FILES = 417530



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