Use of SRS 3.1 through gopher or telnet

Rodrigo Lopez rodrigol at biomaster.uio.no
Wed Sep 8 13:20:12 EST 1993



ANNOUNCEMENT

The Sequence Retrieval System (SRS) of Dr. Thure Etzold is available
to users inside the Internet community as an interactive service
via telnet or as a gopher hole.

Two sites carry this service:


1. EMBL

   telnet embl-heidelberg.de 
   username: SRS (no password)

   This will allow you to log into EMBL VAX cluster and use SRS on any
   of the VAX machines.

   Gopher server managers can add the following to their local menus:

   #
   Name=SRS (Sequence Retrieval System) EMBL-Heidelberg
   Type=8
   Port=23
   Path=SRS
   Host=embl-heidelberg.de
   # 

2. EMBnet in Norway

   telnet biomed.uio.no
   username: SRS (no password)

   This will allow you to log into the Norwegian EMBnet node's VAX.

   Gopher server managers can add the following to their local menus:
  
   #
   Name=EMBnet: Norway / Seq. Retrival System (BIOMED) 
   Type=8 
   Port=23
   Path=srs 
   Host=biomed.uio.no
   #


NOTES

The sets of molecular biology databanks installed on the above sites
overlap largely but are not equivalent.

The system will ask you to provide an Internet e-mail address to which
the results of your searches will be send. For this reason please be
carefull about providing  e-mail addresses correctly.



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The software that make these telnet holes possible was written by
Christoph Gartmann from the Max Plank Institute of Immunobiology
in Freiburg. Some hubble addition were made by me.


R:-)



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