Re. MAC-PC software

Pierre Jelenc pcj1 at cunixf.cc.columbia.edu
Fri Dec 4 19:49:07 EST 1992


In article <9212042024.AA18073 at net.bio.net> SJJ at ICBR.IFAS.UFL.EDU ("JONG, SONG-MUH J") writes:
>Someone posted a request asking for software on PC that can recognize MAC
>disks. I tried to reply to the original mail address without success. So
>I post it now to this newsgroup.
>
>There is a shareware program called CLINK which functions like a small
>shell for DOS machine. It can read, format, write MAC disks inserted in
>PC floppy drives, but only recognizes 1.4MB disks and not 720K disks. I
>believe it is available from any major FTP sites.
>
>Hope this info is useful for the PC/MAC people.
>
>Song-Muh Jong
>sjj at icbr.ifas.ufl.edu


CLINK is a hacked version of a commercial program called Mac-in -Dos
(I think) and has been removed from all reputable archive sites. It
did not work too well either, several featurees were disabled. Try
to find the real program instead. Unfortunately, I don't have the
info.



Pierre Jelenc                        pcj1 at cunixf.cc.columbia.edu 
                                    Columbia University, New York




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