DATE: 06 February 1995 ADDRESS: FTP.UCI.EDU !!Remember, the address is "FTP.UCI.EDU" and not "UCI.EDU" COMMENTS TO: Steve Clancy <[log in to unmask]> This is a periodic announcement of new files added to the MED-ED anonymous FTP site at the University of California, Irvine. For instructions on how to ADD or REMOVE yourself from this list, please see below. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- MSDOS ----- Directory ftp/med-ed/msdos/education Filename Type Length Date Description ========================================================================= NPAC.ZIP B 85611 950206 *NutriPac v1.5 for Dos/Spanish demo version. NutriPac v1.5 para DOS/Disco Demo. NutriPac es el primer programa en transformar los tediosos y ordinarios c lculos diet ticos en un potente conjunto de herramientas de acceso a la informaci"n, apoyo a la decisi"n y manejo de ideas con gran versatilidad. NutriPac requiere: Procesador intel 80386 o superior, Monitor VGA color, 4.0 Mbytes en disco duro, 588 Kbytes RAM, DOS 5.0 o superior. PARASIT2.ZIP B 41462 950206 PARASITE: Differential Diagnosis v2.0. This program generates a list of parasites (up to 61 different) that fit the clinical, laboratory, route of spread and geographic criteria that you specify. ============================================================================ To remove yourself from this list, please send electronic mail to [log in to unmask] and include the command UNSUBSCRIBE UCI-FTP-UPDATE as the first line of your message. To add yourself to this list, please send electronic mail to [log in to unmask] and include the command SUBSCRIBE UCI-FTP-UPDATE as the first line of your message. Requests for help should be sent to: [log in to unmask] ============================================================================ SUBMITTING SOFTWARE AND OTHER FILES Uploads are welcome. We actively solicit information and software which you have personally developed or have found useful in your local medical education efforts, either as an instructor or student. The site address is "FTP.UCI.EDU". Once you have connected to the site via FTP, cd (change directory) to either the med-ed/mac/incoming or the med-ed/msdos/incoming directories, change the mode to binary (type "tenex" or "binary") and "send" or "put" your files. Note that you won't be able to see the files with the "ls" or "dir" commands. Please compress your files as appropriate to the operating system (ZIP for MSDOS; Compactor or something similar for Macintosh) to save disk space. After uploading, please send email to Steve Clancy ([log in to unmask]) (for MSDOS) or Albert Saisho ([log in to unmask]) (for MAC) describing the file(s) you have uploaded and any other information we might need to describe it. Note that we can only accept software or information that has been designated as shareware, public-domain or that may otherwise be distributed freely. Please do not upload commercial software! Doing so may jeopardize the existence of this FTP site. If you wish to upload software for other operating systems, please contact either Steve Clancy, M.L.S. or Albert Saisho, M.D. at the addresses above.