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rdist to transfer from unix to windows

Posted on 1997-11-13
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Hallo,

we use rdist to replicate fiels and dirs from unix to unix.

Now we need a pc (windows) version of rdist for transfering
files from unix to a pc. Do someone know such a program ?

Thanx
Michael Kloss
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Try http://www.pyzzo.com

Greetings,

       os

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I saw only a pc to pc varinate at www.pyzzo.com.
But I need a communication from unix to pc, where
the pc receive date.

I will ask www.pyzzo.com for this.

Thank you
Michael Kloss
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