Alejandro Garza Gonzalez
agarza at ci.mty.itesm.mx
Mon Nov 11 15:45:36 EST 1996
Yes, you could set up an anonymous telnet account on a UNIX server, and
have that account fire up Lynx (a text-mode WWW browser for UNIX) and
have it load your homepage.
Lynx is available for most UNIX versions, in some cases you must compile
it. You can try our scheme-- telnet to ci.mty.itesm.mx, and log in as
Hope this helps!
_ alejandro garza _________________ __ _ _ _ _
ITESM Centro de Informacion-Biblioteca Monterrey
agarza at campus.mty.itesm.mx
_ http://www-cib.mty.itesm.mx/ ____ __ _ _ _ _
On Mon, 11 Nov 1996, Ruth Hartman - Adult Services - Ventura Library System wrote:
> I apologize in advance if this question is too naive. Our library has a
> web page, accessible via URL. Is there a way to make the web page
> accessible via Telnet?
> Ruth Hartman
> Manager, Adult & Childrens Services Division :::::
> Ventura County Library Services Agency :::::
> 651 E. Main St., ::::
> Ventura, CA 93001 (FAX) 805-652-7586 :::::
> (voice) 805-652-7529 (e-mail) rhartman at rain.org \ ::::::
> ===================================================> *:::::
> Michael Gorman's New Laws of Librarianship: / ::::::
> *Libraries serve humanity. ::::
> *Respect all forms by which knowledge is communicated.
> *Use technology intelligently to enhance service.
> *Protect free access to knowledge.
> *Honor the past & create the future.
> (American Libraries 9/95)
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