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Fri Apr 8 17:17:50 UTC 2011
On 8 April 2011 17:18, Gerald H. Kruchten <ghklionheart at ameritech.net> wrote:
> Dear Sirs,
> I have and had been searching your site for an on-line pdf.
> file version of your handbook and was directed to your ftp server site.
> When I went there the first time, I wasn't sure of what I had found. I saw
> a number of folders and spotted one called appropriately enough, "Handbook",
> or "handbooks". I can't recall which it was. Anyway, I proceeded to open
> it and inside I found a number of different handbooks, One of which was the
> "Porter's Handbook". I was curious, so I opened it. My machine opened it
> with "Ocular", UNIX's answer to adobe. I read a little bit of it and
> decided that I would look at it later. Try as I might, I could not find the
> pdf. version again, nor could I find the Handbook folder with all of the
> different user handbooks in it. Might you be able to tell me where it was
> that I found this general handbook folder with the assortment of different
> user manuals inside of it?
Pick your language. You may need to bunzip2 them.
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