From: Matthew Surles (minimicrite_at_gmail.com)
Date: Wed Jul 27 2005 - 07:11:10 PDT
I was afraid you'd say EEtransfer. It's been quite a long time since
I've used terminal software to transfer binary data. I'll save that
for the weekend!
Didn't know about package manager. I tried the card on a 2100, but
it has to mount as read-only since it was created on a 120 running
1.3. I think I may have missed something when I ran Package Manager
on the 120, though, so I may go back and look at it again tonight.
On Jul 26, 2005, at 8:41 PM, Dan wrote:
> Well you could try EEtransfer. Then you can transfer the packages
> Zmodem and terminal software. I have used this combination for the
> stubborn packages. As for the backing up, if you use a tool to
> turn the
> "backup bit" back on using something like Package manager which is
> of Newt Case then you can backup the packages as usual.
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