Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : SPLUS300.ZIP
Filename : GO2.BAT

 
Output of file : GO2.BAT contained in archive : SPLUS300.ZIP
ECHO OFF
CLS
ECHO Disk Two of the two disk Installation Program.
ECHO This disk should be second, preceded by 'GO'on first disk.
PAUSE
ECHO [Ignore all 'Syntax Error' messages at this screen, if any]
IF %1==F GOTO FLOPINS
IF %1==f GOTO FLOPINS
IF %1==H GOTO HARDINS
IF %1==h GOTO HARDINS
CLS
:FEATURES
CLS
ECHO INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING SERVICE PLUS [TM]
ECHO Everything contained in two disks:
ECHO -
ECHO To install this from a 2 floppy drive system,
ECHO enter 'GO2 F 1' from drive B:.
ECHO if using 360KB floppy drives
ECHO [your floppy drives each have a capacity of 360,000 characters]
ECHO or
ECHO enter 'GO2 F 2' from drive B:.
ECHO if using floppy drives GREATER than 360KB
ECHO -
ECHO For any hard drive, enter 'GO2 H', followed by the letter of your drive.
ECHO If your hard drive is C, enter 'GO2 H C'.
ECHO If you are installing onto a network drive I, enter 'GO2 H I'
ECHO You must have a drive designator following 'H'.
ECHO -
ECHO Also, one space follows 'GO2' and another space follows 'H'.
ECHO [do not enter 'GO2 H C:', only 'GO2 H C' {no colons following the drive}]
PAUSE
GOTO END
:FLOPINS
ECHO OFF
CLS
ECHO INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING SERVICE PLUS [TM]
ECHO Create three ready-to-run disks (execute from drive B:)
ECHO Label three disks as follows:
ECHO Disk 1: MAINT-A {--- This is the 'HELP' disk
ECHO Disk 2: MAINT-B {--- This is the 'PROGRAM' disk.
ECHO Contains SERVICE.EXE
ECHO Disk 3: SERVICE.DOC {--- This is the Tutorial
ECHO -
PAUSE
CLS
IF %2==1 GOTO FLOPINS1
IF %2==2 GOTO FLOPINS2
CLS
ECHO This floppy installation requires that you enter either a '1' or a '2',
ECHO following your 'GO F' instruction.
GOTO END
:FLOPINS2
CLS
ECHO Enter disk 2, MAINT-B, into drive A now.
ECHO [it should still be in Drive A]
PAUSE
A:
B:PKUNZIP -X B:MAINTC30.ZIP ACS2OV.OVL
CLS
ECHO Enter disk 1, MAINT-A, BACK into drive A again.
PAUSE
A:
B:PKUNZIP -X B:MAINTC30 ACS2DRVA.OVL
CLS
ECHO Enter disk 3, SERVICE.DOC, into drive A now.
PAUSE
A:
B:PKUNZIP -X B:MAINTD30.ZIP SERVICE.DOC
GOTO FLOPDOC
:FLOPDOC
CLS
ECHO Finished !
ECHO Disk 3, the 65 page documentation and tutorial, is not used while
ECHO the program is running. It contains a tutorial/reference file
ECHO and can be printed out will this command:
ECHO COPY SERVICE.DOC LPT1:
ECHO -
ECHO To start the program,:
ECHO Enter MAINT-A, disk one, into drive A.
ECHO Enter MAINT-B, disk two, into drive B.
ECHO -
ECHO Then restart the computer and execute SERVICE {executed from B}
GOTO END
:FLOPINS1
CLS
ECHO Enter disk 2, MAINT-B, into drive A now.
ECHO [it should still be in Drive A]
PAUSE
A:
B:PKUNZIP -X B:MAINTC30.ZIP ACS2OV.OVL
CLS
ECHO Enter disk 1, MAINT-A, BACK into drive A again.
PAUSE
A:
B:PKUNZIP -X B:MAINTC30 ACS2DRVA.OVL
CLS
ECHO Enter disk 3, SERVICE.DOC, into drive A now.
PAUSE
A:
B:PKUNZIP -X B:MAINTD30.ZIP SERVICE.DOC
GOTO FLOPDOC
:HARDINS
ECHO OFF
CLS
ECHO INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING SERVICE PLUS [TM]
ECHO Hard drive install option:
ECHO -
ECHO This procedure will install all files onto your hard disk, drive %2
ECHO It will create a subdirectory, \SERVICE, and split out or unarchive
ECHO all the files it needs from this single disk on drive A.
PAUSE
CLS
%2:
CD \
CD SERVICE
COPY A:MAINTC30.ZIP
PKUNZIP -X MAINTC30.ZIP
DEL MAINTC30.ZIP
COPY A:MAINTD30.ZIP
PKUNZIP -X MAINTD30.ZIP
DEL MAINTD30.ZIP
COPY A:USER.TXT
CLS
ECHO SERVICE.DOC is the documentation and tutorial. It contains a 65 page
ECHO tutorial/reference book and can be printed out with this command:
ECHO COPY SERVICE.DOC LPT1:
ECHO -
ECHO SERVICE {==== this will execute the main program
GOTO END
:END
ECHO -


  3 Responses to “Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : SPLUS300.ZIP
Filename : GO2.BAT

  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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