Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : PMZIP01.ZIP
Filename : WHERE

 
Output of file : WHERE contained in archive : PMZIP01.ZIP
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This is the Info-ZIP file ``Where,'' last updated on 16 September 1992.
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Note that some ftp sites may not yet have the latest versions of
Zip and UnZip when you read this. The latest versions, including
the crypt sources, are always in the comp.sources.misc archives.

SITE OWNERS: If you're listed in here but the information is not
correct (or if you're a big site but aren't listed at all), please
let us know! E-mail to zip-bugs at the address given in README
and we'll update this file.
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Basic source-archive names for Info-ZIP's portable Zip, UnZip, and related
utilities (on some ftp sites, the .zip files may have a .zoo equivalent
in Zoo 2.10 format):

zip19p1.zip Zip 1.9 (includes zipnote and zipsplit), patch level 1
zip19p1.tar.Z ditto, compress'd tar format

unzip50.zip UnZip 5.0 (includes zipinfo and funzip)
unzip50.tar.Z ditto, compress'd tar format

wunz13sr.zip WizUnZip 1.3 support files for Windows 3.1, UnZip 5.0

zcrypt19.zip encryption/decryption support (includes zipcloak)

Related archives and files:

UnzpHist.zip complete changes history of UnZip and precursors

zip19p1x.zip MSDOS executables and docs for zip, zipnote, zipsplit
unzip50.exe MSDOS self-extracting executable (contains unzip, docs)

zip19_16.zip OS/2 1.x 16-bit executables and docs
zip19_32.zip OS/2 2.x 32-bit executables and docs
unz50_16.exe OS/2 1.x 16-bit executable
unz50_32.exe OS/2 2.x 32-bit executable

zip19vms.zip VMS executables and docs for zip, zipnote, zipsplit
unz50vms.exe VMS executable for unzip

zip_unzip.hqx Macintosh executables (zip 1.0 only, 1.9 not ready)

wunz13.zip Windows 3.1 executable and docs for unzip (WizUnZip)

pkz110eu.exe MS-DOS PKZIP/PKUNZIP 1.1 (self-extracting archive)
pkz193a.exe MS-DOS PKZIP/PKUNZIP beta 1.93 (self-extracting)
pkz102-2.exe OS/2 PKZIP/PKUNZIP 1.02 (self-extracting)

ftp sites for the US-exportable sources and executables:

NOTE: Look for the file names given above in the following
directories. Some sites like to use slightly different names,
such as zip-1.9p1.tar-z instead of zip19p1.tar.Z. In the case
of comp.sources.misc archive sites, directories may be used
(zip19/part01.Z ... part11.Z, zip19/patch01.Z).

wuarchive.wustl.edu:/usenet/comp.sources.misc/volume31/...
wuarchive.wustl.edu:/packages/compression/...
wuarchive.wustl.edu:/mirrors/misc/unix/...
wuarchive.wustl.edu:/mirrors/misc/vaxvms/...
wuarchive.wustl.edu:/mirrors/msdos/zip/...
wuarchive.wustl.edu:/mirrors/msdos/windows3/...

ftp.uu.net:/usenet/comp.sources.misc/volume31/...
ftp.uu.net:/pub/zip/...

ftp-os2.nmsu.edu:/pub/os2/2.0/archivers/...
ftp-os2.nmsu.edu:/pub/os2/all/archivers/...
ftp-os2.nmsu.edu:/pub/downloads/Info-ZIP/...

wuarchive.wustl.edu:/mirrors/msdos/zip/pkz110eu.exe
ux1.cso.uiuc.edu:/pc/exec-pc/pkz193a.exe [128.174.5.59]

ftp sites for the encryption and decryption sources and/or executables:

NOTE 1: Non-US users, please do NOT ftp from the US sites (US
regulations and all that). Likewise, US users, please do not
ftp from the European sites (it's not illegal, but it sure is
a waste of expensive bandwidth).

NOTE 2: Some sites may carry both encryption and non-encryption
executables with slightly different names; for example, zip19c32.zip
instead of zip19x32.zip ("c" == crypt version).

From the US:
wuarchive.wustl.edu:/mirrors/garbo.uwasa.fi/arcutil/zcrypt19.zip
wuarchive.wustl.edu:/usenet/comp.sources.misc/volume31/zcrypt19/part01.Z
ftp.uu.net:/usenet/comp.sources.misc/volume31/zcrypt19/part01.Z

Outside the US:
garbo.uwasa.fi:/pc/arcutil/zcrypt19.zip
ftp.win.tue.nl:/pub/compression/zip/zcrypt19.zip
ftp.inria.fr:/system/arch-compr/zcrypt19.zip
ftp.informatik.tu-muenchen.de:/pub/utils/archiver/zcrypt19.zip
(mail server at [email protected])

ftp.uni-erlangen.de:/pub/pc/utilities/zip/...
ftp.uni-erlangen.de:/pub/pc/os2/Arc/ArcProgs/...
(131.188.1.43, 131.188.31.3, 131.188.34.43, 131.188.44.43)

ftp site for VMS-format Zip/UnZip package (sources and executables, no
encryption/decryption--see also "Mail servers" section below):

The ZIP-UNZIP package for VMS is available via anonymous ftp from
ftp.spc.edu [192.107.46.27]; the following files are needed:

[.MACRO32]AAAREADME.TXT
[.MACRO32]LZDCMP.EXE
[.MACRO32.SAVESETS]ZIP-UNZIP.BCK_Z

VMS sources and object files are also available from vmsnet.sources
archives (e.g., black.cerritos.edu:[.mailserv.zip_unzip]*.*).

To find other ftp sites:

The "archie" ftp database utility can be used to find an ftp site
near you. If you don't know how to use it, DON'T ASK US--check the
Usenet groups news.newusers.questions or news.answers or some such,
or ask your system administrator.

UUCP sites:

uunet!~/usenet/comp.sources.misc/volume31/...
uunet!~/pub/zip/ ...

Mail servers:

If you don't have anonymous FTP capability, you can mail one
of the following commands (in the body of an e-mail message) to
[email protected] or [email protected] in order to
get a copy via e-mail:

/pdget mail pd8:unzip50.tar-z uuencode
/pdget mail pd8:zip19p1.tar-z uuencode

To get the encryption source by e-mail, send the following commands
to [email protected]:

get /pub/utils/archiver/zcrypt19.zip
quit

To get the VMS Zip/UnZip package by e-mail, send the following
commands in the body of a mail message to [email protected]
or fileserv%[email protected] (the "HELP" command is
also accepted):

SEND ZIP-UNZIP
SEND FILESERV_TOOLS

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Again, if someone repackages any of the source or executable archives
in Mac-, Amiga- or Atari-specific formats, please let us know (send
e-mail to zip-bugs at the address listed in README).
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  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : PMZIP01.ZIP
Filename : WHERE

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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