You are welcome to use any of these files. If you make any improvements that might be of general use, I'd be grateful for the changes so I and others can make use of them. If you find any bugs (or, better still, fixes) please let me know. To facilitate this (and coz I'm vain that way), please keep any author information on these files or any derivatives you make. If you plan to redistribute any of these files, I'd appreciate hearing about it. Even if you just use some of this, feel free to drop me an e-mail anyway.
Just in case there are any lawyers out there gagging to sue... it goes without saying that this software is provided "as is", without express or implied warranty (if you thought you'd get any sort of warranty then I doubt you'll have much use for any of this stuff - in your padded cell).
It may seem odd to put these two functions into a single command procedure.
This was done to allow them to use a common general-purpose subroutine
determining VMS global symbol addresses (used to access CLI datastructures).
SHOW USERS. For interactive processes, the remote node and port number are included. [Tested with SSH Server version 0.9b.]
hot-convert.shfrom Netscape, but this does much more.
SoXto convert a sound file of arbitrary format to a format that can be played by DECsound. It can also optionally invoke DECsound, and can thus be used as a sound player for a web browser. See the comments at the top of the file for details.
sound2au.com. A number of changes (reported to the authors) were needed to get this to work under VMS, so I'm making the programs available here as (GZIP) compressed VAX and Alpha executables. These were compiled from
sox10-ircam(Sep 23 1993) in August 1994, so there is a good chance that you are running a later version of VMS and the executables will be compatible with your system. Perhaps it will be easier to compile with a more recent DEC C compiler, or using the SoX11 "gamma" release. See the SoX pages for more information.
headers.com-- try it
Indirect" option is selected).
gunzip.com-- try it
gzipped files on the fly, so they can be accessed by clients that can't do the decompression themselves. Requires the