Mac ftp Sites

1 Aug 1994, version 3.8.8

From: bruce grubb <>

This is a update {Aug 1,1994} to Mike Gleason's ftp list {He gave me permision to continue it}. It lists a good number of mac anonymous ftp sites with notes on some and a little blurb on how to use anonymous ftp. Must be in Monaco 9 {or PC equivalent} to be readable.

blurb ends, report commences ...

Revisions posted monthly to the USENET newsgroups comp.sys.mac.comm, comp.sys.mac.misc, comp.sys.mac.apps, and

Archived on, and their mirrors via e-mail to {see note for details}. Also archived as a .sit file on Compuserve {Internet Forum} and AOL.

The concept for this document is copyrighted 1991 by Mike Gleason with permission to Bruce Grubb for alterations, but may be freely distributed and archived.

Please send newly discovered macintosh sites (with IP numbers and directories to check if possible), bug fixes, and comments to:

AOL: BruceG6069
{AOL can only handle <30K e-mail so keep messages short}

For folks new to ftp

The first column of stuff in the data below is the site name. Usually you can just run ftp and type open and then the site name. But some computers don't like the names (or don't have all of them) and prefer the next column of stuff, the IP addresses. If you try the open command with the IP number and it doesn't bite, it isn't gonna work. Most mac ftp sites have encoded their files with BinHex 4.0 which end in the suffix ".hqx". To decode these files, you can just download them to your mac, and use Compact Pro or Stuffit to decode them. THEN, you will need to decompress them. Stuffit files end in ".sit" while Compact Pro files end in ".cpt" but you will probably only want to use Stuffit as it can decompress both formats. When ftp prompts you for a username and password, send "anonymous" as the username, and your email address as the password, for Mike Gleason it would be Here's a sample ftp session:

% ftp
ftp> open
Connected to
220 sumex-aim FTP server (SunOS 4.0/3) ready.
Name ( anonymous
Password (
331 Guest login ok, send mail address (user@host) as password.
230 Guest connection 17 (of 25) accepted, access restrictions apply.
ftp> cd info-mac
ftp> get ./help/recent-files.txt recentFiles
ftp> get ./game/cumulonimbus.hqx cn.hqx
ftp> quit
% sz cn.hqx

Keep in mind that some sites may disenable the anonymous login for a while: during certain hours of the day, for maintainance reasons, or due to too much heavy traffic { and do this every now and then, for example}. Most will tell you the reason for refusing anonymous login, but a few will say nothing more than "User anonymous unknown". Keep this in mind when a site on this list results in "User anonymous unknown" or "connection refused".

Power User Notes

If you want to read a file on a remote site, but don't want download it, quit ftp, page the file, then restart ftp, try "get myfile.txt -" and ftp will dump the file to your terminal. Also exploit ftp's pipe and shell abilities, like "get myfile.txt |more" will do the same as above, except using "more" to page the file.

If you need to know the IP address of an ftp site, a common unix program called "nslookup" can help. With some versions, "nslookup" would spit out "" The reverse is also true, "nslookup" would print out "" Normally nslookup on an IP address just verifies the address as valid and to do a reverse lookup you must reverse the address and use the domain with the lookup type set to "ANY."

Most files you'll get off ftp are in that pain in the butt format, binhex. Mike Gleason usually downloaded to his unix box, and then used an immensely useful utility called "mcvert" to de-binhex them there. Not only is this faster, but it doesn't tie up your own CPU :-) Stop over to sumex {info-mac/cmp directory} and grab it. After mcvert'ing files, they'll turn into files with ".bin" suffix on them, meaning they are in MacBinary format, and ready to download.

CAUTION: Do _not_ confuse .z {gzip} with .Z {format that gzip is aimed at replacing}. These are totally _different_ unix compression formats and in an effort to prevent further confusion gzip files are now supposed to use the .gz extension.

WARNING: make sure that the communication program is in BINARY mode or downloading of ".bin" and "unpacked" programs won't work. For example, Kermit's binary mode on some Unix machines is accessed by typing 'kermit -i' at the promt. BINARY mode is also called IMAGE mode.

Here's a handy chart to keep track which programs unmangle which formats:

                                                  unix .gz/.z           .uu/
Macintosh       .cpt .sit .hqx .bin .zip .dd .lzh  .Z  {gzip} .tar .arc .uue
Stuffit Expander* D    D    D    D
 w/ DSEE*         D    X    X    X    D             D     D          D    D
StuffIt Lite**    D    X    X    X
 w/ translators** D    X    X    X    D             X           X    D    X
StuffIt Deluxe**  D    X    X    X    D             X           X    D    X
SITcomm***        D    X    X    X    D        ?    X           X    D    X
ArcMac                                                               X
BinHex 4.0                  X
BinHex 5.0                  X    X
Compact Pro       X   D/N   X
DDExpand 4.0           D                  D                     
Disk Doubler           D                  X                     
MacCompress                                         X
MacGzip                                             X     X
MacLHA                                         X
SunTar 2.0b12               X    X                              X         D
Tar 4.0b                                                        X
UnZip                                 D
UU Lite                                                                   X
UUTool                                                                    X
ZipIt                                 X

Other                                             unix .gz/.z           .uu/
computers       .cpt .sit .hqx .bin .zip .dd .lzh  .Z  {gzip} .tar .arc .uue
mcvert (unix)               X                       X
PKZIP (DOS)                           X
unpack (unix)     D   X/?
unsitins.exe           D

N = Cannot decode .sit dlx files
D = Decode only
X = Encode and decode

.sit refers to both 1.5 and dlx. Otherwise a '/' is used {1.5/dlx}.

Special formats

.pit - old commpression format {~1989} created by PackIt programs that has
 been replaced by .sit.  In general, a program that handles .sit files can
 unmangle .pit files as well.
.sea - decompresses itself and needs no external programs.
.tgz - another name for .tar.z {do not confuse with .tar.Z}.

*   DropStuff with Expander Enhancer is an addon for Stuffit Expander.
    Wait for the 3.5.1 version.  Avoid 3.5B and 3.5 because they will stop
    working on Aug 16, 1994.
**  Stuffit Deluxe translators can be used with Stuffit Lite.  Current
    versions are 3.0.7 as of this writing.
*** SITcomm is communications program from Aladdin that uses the Stuffit

Special note: .hqx and .uu files are the ONLY files that can be downloaded in ASCII mode; all others must be downloaded in BINARY mode for the file to decompress properly. Otherwise you will get errors like "unreadable file" or "file is corrupt" when you try to decompress them.

Sites with general files

These sites have many mac files, and are still getting new ones:   See Note                         1       ./mac                            2          /dts                             3     /Apple.Support.Area {see note}   4     /mac/MUG                         5        /pub/mac                         6          /pub/mac      See Note                         7      /News/comp.binaries.mac          8    /mac                             9         /software/mac                   10       /info-mac {see mirrors & note}  11

Sites with specific files

These sites are home to a few specific file(s) or file types:        /abs /pub (apple, MAE)     /pub/pov-ray (PoV-Ray) /mac (Mathematics)              12      /pub/trinkle (mac32.tar.Z)  /topsoft (Programming?}      / (A/UX stuff)      /NCSA_Telnet (BYU's version)  /pub (MacMul, GraphMu)   /pub (gopher, POPmail, more)  / (tn3270, term, lpr)    /pub {Mac Common LISP}   /pub/apple2 (][+ emulator)     /pub (CSound)     /pub/VHDL-Cookbook          /pub/mac (lab-logger)           /public/mac (Eudora; Telebite)       /pub/mac (StuffIt, Gatekeeper, Old)     /Igor (Igor demos, utilities)    /ftp/Macintosh (Symantec)      /pub/gene-server/mac (Science)        /pub (Mathematica)      /pub (HP)    /pub/disinfectant (Disinf HQ)   13         /pub/adobe (Abobe)         /pub/newton (newton)        /pub/afterdark (programmer's list)    ???             /pub        /pub (GatorBox stuff)    /pub/mac (RevRdist)   /Mac-Develop/Newton/Incoming   /pub/jwang (compatibility/AV info)   /pub/mac (Dartmouth XCMDs, etc)      /pub/mac/system    /pub/software/mac (molecular biology)        /pub/radius/software/mac (radius)           /pub/chuck  (Chassis, sample code)      /mac (MacSecure.3.1.hqx)           /pub/Cabri, /archive/macintosh  14         /pub2/MAC (Novell)   /Mac (NCSA Telnet, etc)         15    /pub/mac (TransSkel & misc)     16         /wp (PSIWP, an X.500 client)     / (Eudora)     /pub (network, French versions)       /pub/macpsych (psychology)      /mac (Mews)            /languages/abc (ABC prog lang)  17             ???             /pub/mac (Internet communications)  / (scripting)        /stuff/snappea/mac (Snap pea)    /dist/pari/mac (pari/Math)        /pub/mac (Radiance)    /pub/aux (A/UX)           /mac/think-c                    18    /pub/mac (SingleShare,NewsView)      /pub/NH3.0/mac (Mac NetHack!)   /microlib/mac (Gatekeeper HQ)   19   /pub/OzTex   /pub/slip/mac/ncsa SLIP telnet       ???             /etext (Project Gutenberg)        /mac (CAP, Multigate stuff)     20      /entrez                         21    /Oberon/MacII, /XYZ             22    /pub/newton (newton)   /pub/lime (Lime demo, for MIDI)     /pub/MAC/Yerk     /mma, /mac (Mathematica)   /mac (LabanWriter)   /mac/virus (Antivirals)         23              ???            /pub/macfaq                     24   /pub/vtools [vs2ps, vs2ris]       /pub/mac (Excalibur, Gatekeeper}  / (pictures, sounds, SimCity 2000)       /pub/mac (HyperUnix, ClientDA) /pub/network (NetWork stuff)        /pub/mac/nisus (macros, etc)   /x500 (maX.500 white pages)   /pub/mac (Geology)   /pub/nih-image (NIH-Image)

Mirror Sites

These sites are shadow/mirror archives (the same stuff) of something else:           /pub/mac/umich                   7             /micros/mac [sumex, umich]      /pub/mirrors/    /pub/info-mac [sumex]   /Info-Mac-Binaries         /pub/info-mac [sumex]      /info-mac [sumex]    /pub/mac [sumex]                25           /Macintosh/info-mac     /pub/mac/info-mac [sumex]  /mac.dir []      /mirrors/info-mac [sumex]           /pub/mac/info-mac      /pub/info-mac [sumex]      /pub/Mac/Merit.mirror            /info-mac [sumex]         /pub/mac:umich           /mac [sumex]                    26           /pub/zk/mac [sumex, 14 day delay]      /ftp1/mac, pub/info-mac [sumex]        /pub/mac [sumex, umich]         27         /mirror/info-mac [sumex]     /pub/unsupported/mac [sumex,umich]  /pub/info-mac [sumex]        /pub/info-mac [sumex, partial]    /mac     /soft/mac [sumex, partial]      /mac/info-mac [sumex]       /pub/mac/info-mac [sumex]            /archive/systems/mac/info-mac   /pub/Macintosh [collection]     /mac [sumex]                    28       /mac [funet]    /pub/oztex [midway]   /mac [sumex, umich]             29   /pub/mac/info-mac [sumex]                /maclib [sumex]      /sumex   Special         see note   9  /pub/mac; /pub/info-mac [sumex]     /Macintosh/umich-mac [umich]         /mirror/info-mac [sumex]         8         /mirror/Oberon/MacII [MacOberon] 8       /pub/mac [collection]           /mac/general [sumex]      /[NA, email/Bitnet]   /info-mac [sumex]     /computing/systems/mac/info-mac 30
                     /Mac, /Mac/info-mac [sumex]    /pub/oztex [midway]   /systems/mac {See note}         31

These sites have a lot of files, but do not get much new:        /pub/mac [sumex <02/21/93]   / (large science archive)       33     /pub/files/mac   /Sounds, /mac             /macintosh         /comp/mac      /pub/mac    /pub2/macintosh   /pub/mac/pub   /info-mac [sumex <02/20/93]     34       /MacSciTech


Current archie servers (as of Nov 19, 1993):         Israel      ANS, New York, USA            Deakin University, Geelong,Australia    Imperial College, London, UK     Austria    FUnet, Helsinki, Finland    NJ, USA            Korea      Sweden   Taiwanese server     Spain     Piscataway, New Jersey, USA    Korean server  SURAnet, College Park, Maryland, USA     SWITCH, Zurich, Switzerland    1130.83.22.60   Germany    Italy    Austria       Lincoln, Nebraska, USA    Canada       Japan            New Zealand server
Note: "If you're on the Internet, you can "telnet [site name]" and login in as "archie", at which point you'll get basic directions and pointers to other Archie machines." (TidBITS#130; Gateways 1: Internet)


Notes on some of the above sites:

1. ( "/* Dipmat files/Software Macintosh"
    Reasonablly large site with a good selection of software.  "It contains
    a small, but rather up-to-date collection of essential Macintosh software,
    a scientific bibliography (mainly mathematics, but also, for example,
    files about Mensa and gifted children), some local stuff."
    (  Its only problem is that spaces
    are used and so directory and file names MUST be in "...", otherwise 
    command failed (Directory not found), or command failed (file not found)
    will result.

2. (   ./mac
    While ezinfo is primarily a BBS for Users in Switzerland and Europe, this
    host also provides anonymous FTP and DECNET access to its archives. 
    Preferrably use night hours as the BBS is heavily used by local users
    during daytime hours.  Guests can only see 50% of the menus on the BBS.
    The Macintosh files are taken from comp.binaries.mac, with local
    uploads now and then. Recent files are stored in ./mac/news/ for one
    month before being redistributed in their respective directories.
    HOW TO UPLOAD:  mail .hqx files to
    RECENT FILES:   see above.

3.  (  /dts
    Replacing {} ( this is Apple's
    official ftp site to supply the world with System software {up to 7.0.1
    that is}, utilities, technical notes, sample source code, press release
    archives, and developer tools.  Callers outside America are restricted
    to what they can download. :-(  
    "Failure to maintain a reasonable load on this machine could result in
    this archive being pulled from the Internet, or, at a minimum, a nasty
    disk crash that could keep this site down for an extended period of time."
    (READ.ME file)
    ALL FILES:     /dts/help/dir-files-all
    RECENT FILES:  /dts/help/dir-files-recent
    HELP:          /help, or mail

4. ( /Apple.Support.Area/Apple.SW.Updates
    This is one of Apples' "seeding" sites.  Most of the software is in the
    /Apple.Support.Area/Apple.SW.Updates directory.  As with
    callers outside America are restricted as to what they can download.

5.  (  /mac/MUG
    Old name  A local user group has been kind enough to
    store copies of it's disk collection here.  There is a massive amount of
    material to download. New disks have started appearing again, too.  Too
    bad the index files aren't updated regularly; it's a shame to download
    entire disks, not knowing what's on them.  It also wastes internet
    ALL FILES:     /mac/MUG/0Biglist.MUG
    HELP:          /mac/MUG/0README.MUG

6.  (  /pub/mac
    A very large European site that shadows Sumex-aim and gets its own
    original files sometimes.  Non-Europeans shouldn't call often, to keep
    costs down.  It also serves as an European archie host ( 
    ALL FILES:     /pub/mac/_file.lst
    RECENT FILES:  /pub/mac/ChangeLog
    HELP:          /pub/mac/HELP
    HOW TO UPLOAD: Use ftp to put files into /pub/mac/incoming.

7.  ( "/pub/Apple SW Updates"
    AppleLink and E-World {Apple SW Updates} mirror.  "Since this is a real
    mirror copy of the archive on AppleLink you may encounter some interesting
    directory and file names.  To get around these intersting names simply use
    quotes ("") to encapsulate the path.  You may also run into another
    problem with non-printable (>ascii 127) characters in filenames.  Use mget
    Mac* to retrieve a file that starts with Mac and also contains
    non-printable and thus non-typeable characters."
    ( (Kevin Brooks))
    I assume that as is the case with callers outside America
    are restricted as to what they can download.

8.  (  /News/comp.binaries.mac
    They keep archives of the postings to the comp.binaries.mac newsgroup.  
    The files all stored in one huge directory, so instead of doing an 'ls', 
    get the index file to look at offline. 
    ALL FILES:     /News/comp.binaries.mac/index
    HOW TO UPLOAD: Post to the comp.binaries.mac USENET group.

9.  (  /mac
    This big site has a large number of files, many of them unique.  There are 
    many outline fonts, mostly Adobe type 1's, and a few type 3's and
    TrueType.  About the only gripe I have is the tremendous number of 
    subdirectories, e.g. /mac/system.extensions/font/adobe.type.three...  but 
    that's a small price to pay for the work they've put in for us leeches :-) is a special pointer to the U.S. mirrors of and will connect you to one of them randomly.
    ALL FILES:     /mac/00help/index.txt
    RECENT FILES:  /mac/00help/newfiles.txt
    IN QUEUE:      Look in the /mac/incoming directory.
    HELP:          /mac/00help
    HOW TO UPLOAD: ftp-put files in the /mac/incoming directory or
                   e-mail to
                   {e-mail results in crossposting to other archives}
    TRANSFER MODE: Use ASCII for .hqx files, BINARY for everything else.

10.  (  /software/mac  /mirror/info-mac 
                                  /mirror/umich-mac   /mirror/Oberon/MacII
    A pretty large European site. It is a server for academic and research      
    users primarily in Switzerland, but also for the ones in Europe and the  
    rest of the world.                                                   
    There is also an interactive browsing mode available via the SWITCHinfo
    telnet access to with login name 'info', no password       
    required. A HyperCard stack offers similar access facilities in a     
    Macintosh way, it can be found in /software/mac/SWITCHinfo.                
    In /software/mac/src is a unique collection of Macintosh software that
    comes with freely redistributable sources.
    ALL FILES:      /0overview/ls-lR (very large, > 3 MBytes!)                 
    RECENT FILES:   /0overview/new-files                                       
    HELP:           /0README or mail to

11.  (  /info-mac
    The king of macintosh ftp sites.  If you want your uploads to get a wide 
    distribution, this is the place to send them to. They also have their own 
    message "list", the info-mac digests which is handy for those who don't 
    have USENET access.
    "We ask that you use our mirrors INSTEAD OF our server, because the load 
    there now makes it difficult for us to manage the archive!"
    (Info-Mac Archive Mirror Sites)
    ALL FILES:     /info-mac/help/all-files.txt
    RECENT FILES:  /info-mac/help/recent-files.txt
    HELP:          Look in the /info-mac/help directory, read 'em all.
    HOW TO UPLOAD: email posts or files to
                   emailing to also works
                   as does

12. ( /mac 
    A site for shareware and public domain software suitable for use in
    mathematics education at the college and university level.  Both anonymous
    ftp and gopher access are supported (gopher using port 70).  Gopher access
    also supports WAIS searching of abstracts as well as numerous gopher links
    to other sites of mathematical interest.

13.  ( /pub
    The headquarters of John Norstad's excellent anti-virus program, 
    Disinfectant {/pub/disinfectant}.  Other interesting /pub directories
    are: /pub/newswatcher; /pub/nupop; and /pub/ph.

14.  (  /pub/Cabri, /archive/macintosh
    Not only is this the home of the CABRI (graph, geometry) software, but 
    they are also nice enough to keep the most recent uploads to 
    comp.binaries.mac, in MacBinary format (yay!). It is recommened that
    CABRI be retrieved from

15.  (  /Mac
    Also know as  NCSA keeps Telnet, ContigAsm,
    Contour, DataScope, GelReader, HypercardAnimator, NCSA Image,
    Import2HDF, Layout, & PalEdit here. 

16.  (  /pub/mac
    Contains some programs by Paul DuBois, and a few other utilities: BlobMgr, 
    FaceLift, Grep, TransSkel,ZoomIdle, MakeWrite, SicnEdit, gnome, and

17.  (  /languages/abc
    You can find a mac version of the ABC programming language here, and also 
    a macintosh version of STDWIN as /amiga-sources/stdwin/mac.tar.Z. UUNet 
    also archives huge amounts of other material, like USENET news, GNU stuff, 
    bsd sources, internet specs, popular unix packages, and bug fixes. 
    ALL FILES:     /index/master.Z, /index/master-time.Z
    RECENT FILES:  /index/changes.week.Z, /index/
    IN QUEUE:      /index/incoming.Z
    HELP:          /help, /index/README
    HOW TO UPLOAD: /tmp

18.  (  /mac/think-c
    Home of the Think C mailing list. You'll find a bunch of Think Class
    Library stuff here, along with general Think C code, interfaces, and
    updaters.  Read all the README files in /mac/think-c for more info (and 
    how to get on the mailing list). 

19.  (  /microlib/mac
    University of Texas at Austin Computation Center's Macintosh software
    archive, and headquarters of Chris Johnson's anti-virus utility
    Gatekeeper.  Has an editorial policy on what programs it accepts.
    You can also subscribe to their mailing list (email to or and ask) to get 
    informed when new additions arrive { is faster.}
    ALL FILES:     /microlib/mac/file-list.txt
    RECENT FILES:  Get the file called "Update-[date]" in /microlib/mac.
    HOW TO UPLOAD: email to
                   {this also results in cross-posting to other archives.}

20.  (  /mac
    Home of Webster Multiport Gateway tools, and other mac networking goodies, 
    like Columbia Appletalk Package, Timelord, & Messages. 

21.  (  /entrez
    The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) developed and
    supports a public domain program named Entrez (pronounced "ON-tray") for
    browsing a comprehensive set of DNA and protein sequence databases and a
    subset of the National Library of Medicine's MEDLINE bibliographic
    database.  NetEntrez {freely available program available here} can be used
    to access the Entrez network service provided by the NCBI.  NetEntrez has
    no access charges and does not use a CD-ROM drive.  For users without
    Internet connectivity, ordering information for Entrez CD-ROM
    subscriptions is posted there, too.
    ( (Warren Gish))
    HELP:          Contact

22.  (  /Oberon/MacII
    Here you can findMacOberon compiler, andGeometry program XYZ GeoBench. 

23.  (  /mac
    The definitive anti-viral support site as well as the archive site for
    MacLayers, DialScript, and comp.sys.mac.announce.

24 (???) /pub/macfaq
    This archive contains almost all freely distributable software mentioned
    in the FAQ lists for comp.sys.mac.misc, comp.sys.mac.system and
    comp.sys.mac.apps. ( (Elliotte Harold))

25. (  /pub/mac
    Also called 'quepasa.cs.tu-berlin'.  FTP-Users can get folders with 'get
    folder.tar' and get files/folers compressed 'get file.Z/get folder.tar.Z'

26.  (  /mac
    This is a European sumex shadow that has superseded  Due to 
    people using the site as a gif trading post the ftp upload has been
    HOW TO UPLOAD: email files to

27.  ( /pub/mac
    In addition to mirroring both Info-mac {/pub/mac/info-mac} and Umich
    {/pub/mac/mirror-umich} this Sweden archive has large amounts of DOS,
    Windows and UNIX files.
    INFO:          'arkiv-underh' in the root directory {in Swedish, I think}
    TRANSFER MODE: Use ASCII for .hqx files, BINARY for everything else.

28.  (  /mac
    A shadow archive intended for folks in and around New Zealand. 
    ALL FILES:     /mac/README
    HELP:          Mail Andrew Knox at

29.  (   /mac
    The Iowa Student Computing Association filesystem, five gigabytes and 
    growing!  In addition to FTP it also has telnet downloading interface
    (Zmodem, NetZmodem, Kermit, Xmodem, FTP) with search, new_files, and
    batch downloading, login as 'iscabbs'.  ISCA also has one of the largest
    Internet BBS's at, they support over 200 users online
    at once.
    Coming soon: PANDA, the information arcade message system. A quantum
    leap beyond the ordinary BBS experience.
    TRANSFER MODE: Use BINARY.  (MacBinary format)

30.  (  /computing/systems/mac/info-mac
    A London based Info-mac & umich {packages/mac/umich} shadow.
    Limit: 300 simultaneous users.  To save space some files have been
    gzipped but these can ungzipped on the fly by typing in the file name
    minus the .gz suffex.
    HELP:          mail to contact the maintainers.
    TRANSFER MODE: Use ASCII for .hqx files, BINARY for everything else.

31.  (  /systems/mac
    This is the de-facto king of shadow archives; it mirrors three mac 
    sites: sumex {/systems/mac/info-mac},
    {/systems/mac/}, and the now defunct Simtel site
    {/systems/mac/machintosh}.  It appears that the Simtel mirror
    was restored and the mirror was destroyed
    Jan 13, 1994 "due to a bug in the system crash dump routines."
    (README.NOW file).  This site also shadows several non Mac archives.
    Limit: 175/200 simultaneous users.
    Note: login to this site can becomedifficult when sumex gets new files.
    TRANSFER MODE: Use ASCII for .hqx files, BINARY for everything else.

32. (
    Old name was (Roland Mansson)
    sent me the following: ", which I administrate, will
    unfortunately NOT have many mac files in the future."
    TRANSFER MODE: Use ASCII for .hqx files, BINARY for everything else.

33.  (  /{see below}
    All sorts of scientific applications, in /biology/mac, /chemistry/mac, 
    /science/mac, and /molbio/mac. 
    HELP:          /archive.doc
    HOW TO UPLOAD: /incoming

34. ( /info-mac
    Also named  On a Mac running A/UX 3.0 this is the
    Institute for Systems Research at the University of Maryland's sumex 
    shadow -which seems to have stopped around 2/20/93 {latest file date.} for
    UMCP and the east coast and it also adds a few files.

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