Posted by John L on June 14, 19101 at 20:35:10:
In Reply to: What do you do about the suffix .gz? It blocks me from everything on that Apple archive posted by Mars on June 14, 19101 at 15:08:57:
: I can't get a thing from ftp.asimov.net or however that address goes, because all the files end in ".dsk.gz". Now, the .dsk my computer will take, but the .gz part NO emulator seems to take.
gz stands for GZIP (ie. A unix variant of zip). You need to UnZIP the gzip file in order to extract the Apple // disk (DSK) image. NO emulator will read a "gz" file.
: It's not a Mac suffix, is it???
No, thank heavens - all those messy forks :)
I'm on Windows! If so, how do I convert the darn things??? I WANT SOME OF THOSE FILES SO BADLY.
Use WinZIP: Get it from:
This should solve your problems
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