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 I am currently creating a TERMINAL program that will connect to BBSes and that kind of thing.
  I want to be able to include RIP TERMINAL EMULATION, but don't know the first thing about RIP.  Any help in this matter would be extreamly appreciated.
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Check out ftp://www.pcorner.com/ftp\bbs\RIPSC154.ZIP
it is the RIP spec.
Generally, there is a large amount of information and source code concerning the various pieces that make up remote imaging protocol compatibility available at http://www.pcorner.com/tpc/old/4-551.html
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 I cannot access this FTP:
ftp://www.pcorner.com/ftp\bbs\ripsc154.zip
  What'm I doing wrong?
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You are right, the site is not answering me either.
Check out http://www.telegrafix.com/files/telegrfx/ripscrip/
for the RIPSC154.ZIP file, and some other stuff.
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None of the are quite what I'm looking for.

I want example source, ripscrip command codes, that kind
of thing... If it's at all possible.
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None of the are quite what I'm looking for.

I want example source, ripscrip command codes, that kind
of thing... If it's at all possible.
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Oh, I assumed that you were looking for the spec. I will hunt some more...
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