At the beginning of last week, I had asked a question asking peopel
if they knew if there was a public domain version of NQS out in the
public domain, for SPARC-based systems.
I got a number of responses:
- it is available from pemrac.space.swri.edu.
- it is available - commerically - from Sterling Software.
- Archie (see note below) can be used to do searches. VERY USEFUL!!!
I would like to thank all who responded,
From: tgsmith@East.Sun.COM (Timothy G. Smith)
Some site had 1.0 available for anonyous FTP. I can't remember where
it was but I can ask one of the guys I work with about it.
From: lewy@Corp.Sun.COM (Lew Yobs)
Sterling does sell NQS for the SparcStation (contact Don Zarlengo at
Sterling Software (415-964-9900) for more information).
From: firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU (Ed Arnold)
It's my understanding that the PD version of NQS is available from the COSMIC
office, which is where a lot of software developed by the feds that becomes
public, is distributed from.
Seems that I recall that the COSMIC office is at the University of Georgia
at Atlanta, but I'm not sure about that ...
BTW there is an easier way to get NQS. Pay $5 million for a Cray. :-)
From: email@example.com (Roberto Gomez)
Archie to the rescue (try ``rsh quiche.cs.mcgill.ca -l archie'', then
once loged in, ``help'', or ``prog nqs''.
From: "H.Peters" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I got my copy from pemrac.space.swri.edu. Unfortunately this version is
not fully implemented. Your milage may vary.
From: email@example.com (Charles Maxson)
Sterling manages the NASA networks for them. One contact there is
Milo Medin (one of the principal network engineers there). His e-mail
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