Here is a transcript of a session which the remote user boru had
with Cornell Center for Theory and Simulation in Science and
Engineering. Again, you can sign onto their computers as the user anonymous, enter your Internet address for identification, browse
through their files for software and documentation of interest, and
then copy the software and documentation to your home computer. It's
legal and the software is good. The listing of the file COPYRIGHTS gives more information.
$ ftp 220.127.116.11 Connected to 18.104.22.168. 220 ept FTP server (Version 4.1 Fri Aug 28 GDT 1987) ready. Name:anonymous 331 Guest login ok, send address as password. Password:firstname.lastname@example.org 230 Guest login ok, access restrictions apply. ftp> ls 150 Opening ASCII connection for /bin/ls. bin dist etc incoming lib pub usr 226 Transfer complete. ftp> cd pub 250 CWD command successful. ftp> ls 150 Opening ASCII connection for /bin/ls. COPYRIGHT LASSPTools LASSPTools.demos.tar.Z LASSPTools.rs6000.tar.Z LASSPTools.sparc.tar.Z 226 Transfer complete. ftp> get COPYRIGHT Display remote file. ftp> quit
The Cornell Theory Center has also made available the Scientist's Workbench. This is a software package which brings together and organizes tools and software used for scientific research in a distributed computing environment. To obtain the Scientist's Workbench, ftp to info.tc.cornell.edu or 22.214.171.124, and retrieve the file pub/swb/README.TOP.