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Manual Reference Pages  -  TXT2PKT (1)

NAME

txt2paket - Posts a Textfile in an Echoarea

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Example
Files
Notes
Authors

SYNOPSIS

txt2pkt [ -af <from address> ] [ -at <to address> ]
[ -xf <pkt from address> ] [ -xt <pkt to address> ]
[ -af <from address> ] [ -at <to address> ]
[ -nf <from name> ] [ -nt <to name> ]
[ -e echo name ] [ -p password ] [ -t tearline ]
[ -o origin ] [ -s subject ] [ -d <directory> ]
<text file> | -

DESCRIPTION

txt2pkt posts a given Textfile into Netmail or EchoArea. Every Information txt2pkt needs (From, To, Origin,...) must be given to txt2pkt via commandline.

OPTIONS

-xf <pkt from address>
  The FROM-Aka for the Packet.
-xt <pkt to address>
  The TO-Aka for the Packet.
-af <from address>
  The FROM-Aka for the Message.
-at <to address>
  The TO-Aka for the Message.
-nf <from name>
  The FROM-Name for the Message.
-nt <to name>
  The TO-Name for the Message.
-e echo name
  The EchoArea where to put the File contents.
-p password
  The Password for the Packet.
-t tearline
  Every Message should have one.
-o origin Every Message should have one.
-s subject
  Could be nice to have.
-d <directory>
  Where to create the Packet.
<text file>
  The Textfile to post. Use hiphen (the ’-’ sign) for standard input.

EXAMPLE

txt2pkt -nf "Node manager" -af "2:5080/102" \
-at "2:5080/102" -s "New FileEs" -e "GRUMBLER.INFO" \
-o "Grumbler FIDOnet node. Ekaterinburg, Russia" \
-d /fido/inbound-local /fido/log/newfiles

FILES



/usr/local/etc/fido/config  Default Fidoconfig.

NOTES

This manual page initially written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a manual page.
All Husky-Software is written by various developers. For detailed information about the Husky-Team take a look at http://husky.physcip.uni-stuttgart.de/team.html.

AUTHORS

This manual page was written by Joerg Jaspert (JJ) <joerg@goliathbbs.dnsalias.net>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
Modified by Stas Degteff 2:5080/102 <g@grumbler.org>, tested on the FreeBSD

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05 April 2001 TXT2PKT (1) txt2pkt

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