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HUSKY

Portable Fidosoft Project

 

 

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Debian Packages
What do I need?
Point
Node
Basic Files
huskybse
smapi
fidoconf
Tosser
hpt
Editor
msged
Netmail utilities
cfroute
lxtrack
ffma
bsopack
Nodelist tools
promknl
nltools
fastlst
Tickers
htick
protick
Gateway
progate
Mailers
emailpkt
diskpoll
Tools
sqpack
mpost
gff
fidostat
huskypnt
huskmisc

What is Husky?

The goal of this project is to develop a complete freeware suite of Fidonet applications, running under Linux and other multitasking/multiuser systems. The suite should be comparable to now existing (and partly commercial) OS/2 systems.
Most of the software here is GPLed unless otherwise specified.
To keep the configuration simple and reliable, all applications should use one set of configuration-files.

Documentation in Wiki

Latest News

Fido-area and mailinglist

The international developer and support echo for Husky is called FIDOSOFT.HUSKY. It is routed through the WWB and gated to a mailinglist. If you can not get the echo, ask Matthias Tichy or Tobias Ernst for a binkp, ISDN or analog feed to this echo, or you can subscribe/unsubscribe to the mailinglist (which is gated with the echo) using lists.sourceforge.net and write your articles to husky-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net. There is also a FTN fileecho called fidosoft.husky. It carries release source archives of the husky project software; i.E., none of the latest files are hatched there, only stable releases.

CVS Server

If you want write access to our cvs-server, register into sourceforge.net and write message to one of Husky Project Managers. If you want read-only access, use anonymous cvs login. Read more about our cvs-server...

Daily Snapshots

Daily snapshots and daily diff files are available as tar.gz files.

  • via filerequest at 2:240/5034, filenames: husky/module-latest.tar.gz, husky/module-YYMMDD.tar.gz. and husky/module-YYMMDD.diff.gz.
  • via mailinglist: (husky-diffs@lists.sourceforge.net). You can subscribe/unsubscribe using lists.sourceforge.net
  • via http from here (Debian Linux packages: here Each diff is available as text:
    • via mailinglist: (husky-cvs@lists.sourceforge.net). You can subscribe/unsubscribe using lists.sourceforge.net
    You should understand that the latest snapshot archives are generated automatically, are untested, and can contain all sorts of bugs and problems. If you are a new user, you should not start with the snapshots. Instead, try getting a stable version from one of the links in the navigation bar.

    Contact information

    Check out the Husky Team page for details on how to contact a member of the Team, or each project page if you want to contact the author of a particular program. Keep in mind that although the author or authors of each project are the main contact, they are not the only one that can be contacted about a project.
    Note also that you can reach almost every member of the Team in the official echo (or the gated mailinglist).
    Last update: 22 December 2006
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