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can anyone give me  a lrzsz for windows compiled package

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hi experts,
                  can anyone give me  a lrzsz for windows compiled package
                 cause i have been having problems with CYGWIN to compile any package..
      if not atleast guide me to compile the lrzsz package for windows 98 or nt
       
      i am willing to give 500 point to the right answer ..
      Actually it is not the points i am wrried about..its the project for my SIMPUTER palmtop      that i am worried bout..
     I have to make a  file transfer utility ( or find one) from an ARM Architecture running LINUX kernel to windows 98 (etc).

help plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz,very urgent do or die u know could nt find meaningfull material on the net about this..
exception is CYGWIN .
      reply ASAP
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by:amit21481
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Actually it should be a FILE transfer utility from linux to MSDOS (should be a free command line  utility)
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by:amit21481
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Serial RS232 communication only
cause i have the palmtop with LINUX and pc with window98 .
so i need  a file transfer program for it


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but hypterminal does not work on command line..
ie can i execute it from a batch file without seeing the interface???
well all i need is one without one interface...

I got some idea on cygwin until now i was able to download all required softs to compile lrzsz to windows platform but it wont work compile properly during make it says missing ':' colon on some line

an when i checked it it was alright...
??
so i shifted to dsz.exe which i think will do the trick but it has to be bought for 20$ ....I dont have that kind a dough
..
so if u have any idea or code or even a link which works it would be very helpfull

regards
      amit

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by:amit21481
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one more thing it has to be a freeware Vndyke is not ..
i need it to be embedded in my own sync software which is very much costumized for my needs..
but i still only transfer files using a batch file...
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even CRT is very costly 35$ oouchh
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by:gheist
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But you can try it out.
Another way is using uuencode/uudecode and terminal logging/pipes etc...
lrzsz works with Xmodem, which is provided by HyperTerm too, Xmodem at least to flash modems...
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ok u may 100% right but the point here is ...
this i need a command line dos utility which i call from a vc++ or vb program which initiates the file transfer utility and the  files are uploaded into the SIMPUTER (kind of  a palmtop actually running on a linux kernel arm architecture).
so now saying all that i ahve already found one solution to this ...and that is the DSZ program which is 20$ but i still can use it wihtout advanced features ( i dont need em ..so no money wasted :)  ).
now i have been able to send files to my SIMPUTER but it wont get recieved by it ... any idea about the sz commands...
i used
       sz file >/dev/ttySA0
and sometimes
       sz  -yf file >/dev/ttySA0


ttySA0 --> is my SIMPUTER 's  com1
now something happens on my DOS pc but it says

Byte -1 attempt 1 got timeout
Byte -1 attempt 2 got timeout
...
...
Byte -1 attempt 2 got cancelled

then it exits but i knwo it is communicating with it since it stops exactly when the sz on my SIMPUTER exits ...

so can u give me good working sz command and steps to solve this ??


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Kind of you port vc++ and vb packages to unix first
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by:abatie
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kermit has command line versions for both linux and dos: zaurus kermit (arm/linux) is at http://www.killefiz.de/zaurus/showdetail.php?app=792  dos kermit is around, but a quick search found one place with it is http://xfiles.erin.utoronto.ca/pub/windows/kermit/
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