I notice that you are still charging $50 for the Minuet user
license. Is this correct or has there been a reconsideration?
Since you are competing with products such as Firefox, Opera,
and Chrome, which are available for free, it would seem likely
that you have adjusted the price of Minuet to match.
Please let me know as soon as possible as I may be interested
in using your product past the 15 day limit if I can afford it.
I'm just running the nic packet drive. Set the Minuet machines IP, ftp server IP, set up an account on the server and away you go. It's got its own tcp stack. Another option is the mTCP ftp client. It works a treat too, is easy enough to set up with DNS or static IP(how I'm using it).Sneakernet is getting a bit tired.. I've got a real NE2000 board around here somewhere, I should give that a go.
Wait, does it support a real network stack if present, or is it SLIP only? Latter doesn't help me much in this day and age.
Arachne?I'm quite disappointed you didn't mention the worlds most used browser It's free too ya know :hide:
You're welcome Mike. It's a Compaq Presario CDS524-486DX2/66, 64megs(around 602kb convetional free with packet driver loaded), a DE220E nic(ISA with the BNC used), MS Dos 6.22, 140mg hdd. The Acer Acros is a dx2/66 as well with a Realtec(ISA pnp) nic. Both can access my XP machine using your ftp client as well without any drama btw. The CDS did have Mandrake 6.1 on a bigger drive till that went tits up so just been playing around with dos on it just because I can .Caluser2000 - that's exactly the type of report I like to hear - "no worries". Just for grins, what kind of machine is the CDS524 (memory, DOS version, network card, etc.) ?
(I don't get feedback often enough .. knowing if the stuff is working for people or just not being use is really helpful.)