eaglefeather at mindspring.com
Wed Mar 1 13:26:31 EST 2000
There are actually several 'xseti's (by different names of course
;^) Some of the seti distributions contain an "xsetiathome" program (e.g.
setiathome-2.0.i386-pc-linux-gnu-gnulibc2.1.tar has it, but
setiathome-2.0.i686-pc-linux-gnu-gnulibc2.1.tar doesn't). Other choices are:
(found this on Linuxberg...er...Tucows for Linux)
(ok, it's not X, but it does the job and at the bottom of the page
are a bunch of links to 6 other products. [I use this to monitor how my
other box is doing via telnet.] :^)
At 09:34 3/1/00 -0800, you wrote:
>I just recently jumped on the seti bandwagon. I downloaded the
>unix client (text only) -- but there is reference to an 'xseti'
>add-on that plots the seti data. Does anyone know where I can
>download it? I couldn't find it on the setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu
>site (maybe I just don't know where to look).
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