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 Archive-name: csas-faq/part1
 
 
 Welcome to comp.sys.atari.st! Please read this FAQ before posting a question
 to comp.sys.atari.st, since a lot of common questions are answered here.
 
 Thanks to David Paschall-Zimbel (davidli@simvax.labmed.umn.edu) for 
 compiling most of this FAQ.
 
 Entries are dated by the last change. ??.??.?? means they were last changed
 before the dates were added.
 
 The following is an index of the questions answered in this part of the FAQ.
 For easy access to a particular question, search for the tag surrounded by
 colons (i. e. :GNU:). Questions marked with '*' are new or changed.
 
 
 
 
  WEL      Welcome to comp.sys.atari.st
  EMILY    Hints from Emily Postnews
  BOOKS    What books are available for the Atari ST?
  DEV      How do I become a developer for the Atari ST?
  ERR      What does TOS ERROR nn mean?
  FREE     What is Free-Net and how can I get access?
  MAGS     What magazines are available for the Atari ST?
  TIPS     TIPS AND HINTS from other users
  ZNET     Where can I get copies of ZNET?
  EXPLOR   Where can I get copies of Atari Explorer Online?
  PD       Where can I get Public Domain/Shareware software?
  MAIL     E-Mail file servers
  FTP      Anonymous FTP servers
  COMP     Atari-related companies
  IAAD     Independent Atari Developers
  CREDIT   Who has contributed to the FAQ?
 
 
 
 :WEL:   93.06.11
 Welcome to comp.sys.atari.st
 ============================
 
 This newsgroup is devoted to discussion about 16 and 32 bit Atari micros.  At
 present that includes the Atari 520ST, 1040ST, Mega ST, STe, STacy, Mega STe,
 TT, and Falcon. There are also emulators for the Apple Macintosh and IBM
 PC/XT/AT available.
 
 Most of the people who read this newsgroup are technically oriented.
 The newsgroup serves as a resource for Atari users ... feel free to
 contribute to the discussions.
 
 Associated newsgroups include:
 
         comp.binaries.atari.st  ! uuencoded binary programs
         comp.sys.atari.st.tech  ! technical programming/hardware topics
         comp.sources.atari.st   ! uuencoded/shar sources
 
 
 :EMILY:   ??.??.??
 Hints from Emily Postnews
 =========================
 
 (Thanks to John Henders (jhenders@jonh.wimsey.bc.ca) for this bit of
  _humor_.)
 
    Emily Postnews Visits comp.sys.atari.st
 
    ( Due to popular demand, (well at least one persone asked anyways),
 Emily has taken time out of her busy schedule to answer a few commonly 
 asked questions specific to c.s.a.st. )
 
    Dear Emily.
       Some Amiga user is raving on c.s.a.st about how wonderful 
 his computer is, and how awful mine is. What should I do?
             signed My Computer is NOT a Toy.
 
    Dear My Computer, etc,etc.
       Many people's egos are so tied to their possessions, they 
 have to affirm their existance by raving about the superiority 
 of their machine to anyone who will listen. You should immediately 
 flame these people into cinders, using every rumour or misconception 
 you've ever heard about their brand of computer, as this will cause 
 lots of posts, and develop into a massive flame war, which is one 
 of the main reasons most people read c.s.a.st. If this didn't happen 
 every six months, everybody would unsubscibe to this newsgroups from
 boredom.
       Or, you could put comp.sys.amiga.advocacy in the Followup to:
 line, and any article replying to yours would go to the newsgroup 
 designed for this discussion.
       Or, if your newsreader supports it, you could build a KILL FILE,
 which eliminates any post that has the word Amiga in it.
         
         Kill files can be created in rn and trn by hitting the 'K' key.
 This will make a kill file based on the article you were reading
 at the time. Then control K will put that file in the editor for you 
 to play with. You use the same regexp commands here that are in rn.
 For example. /[Ff]oo/h:j would search all headers of unread articles 
 for both Foo and foo, and junk them. Check the docs for your newsreader 
 for further details.
 
 
    Dear Emily. 
       I like flame wars, and want to start one of my own, so my name 
 will be as famous as Richard Covert's.
          Signed, Too much Time on My Hands.
 
    Dear Too much time.
       Sorry it took so long to reply, but Richard's in my kill file
 and someone had to forward your post to me, or I'd never have seen it.
       Flame wars are fun. They're the main reason people creted Usenet,
 and should be encouraged at every opertunity.
       Some of the most common tricks for starting flame wars are as 
 follows.
    1: Post a note in another newsgroup telling all the users there that
 they own a piece of junk, and if they had a half a brain, they'd have the 
 same computer you do, as it's obviously the best.
    2: Toss a bit of slander against another computer in a totally 
 unrelated post. This guarantees a follow up, even if your original
 post wasn't of any interest.
    3: Create a signature file that has a put down of another computer 
 in it. This will get flame wars going in threads that have completely
 unrelated Subject: lines, thus slipping through all but he most exacting
 kill files.
       I hope you find these tips handy in creating your next flame war.
 And just remember, your computer MUST be the best, after all, it's yours.
 
 
 :BOOKS:   93.06.11
 What books are available for the Atari ST?
 ==========================================
 
 The (Almost) Complete Guide to Atari Reference Books
 
         Atari Coropration
         1196 Borregas Avenue
         Sunnyvale, CA 94089
 
   Atari TOS Developer's Kit
 
 Atari has now make the developer's documentation public (meaning you don't have
 to be 'a developer' to buy it). See DEV above
 for more information.
 
 
         Atari UK Software Support
         Atari
         Atari House
         Railway Terrace
         Slough, BERKS
         United Kingdom
         SL2 5BZ
         Tel 0753 53344
 
   "A few people have asked for more info on the release by Atari UK of
   the programming docs.  They have been released as 5 books."
 
   Programming Guides GEMDOS/BIOS & general programming. 238 pages. #29.99.
   (# = the British pound).  Still Another Line A Doc (SALAD), Intelligent
   keyboard protocol, chkdsk3 docs, midi assoc address sheet.
 
   Programming Guides New machines. 184 pages. #29.99.
   Rainbow TOS release notes, STE developers addendum, STE TOS release
   notes, TT030 TOS release notes, TT030 hardware ref manual, VMS expansion
   for TT & MegaSTe. Includes 2 disks of utilities, examples, xcontrol &
   docs.
 
   Programming Guides - GEM VDI
   Programming Guides - GEM AES - combined books. 514 pages. #49.99
 
   All the above together #99.99
 
   Hardware and Chip Specs. 228 pages. #29.99
   Engineering hardware spec, ACSI, MC6850, 68901, ay3-8910, wd1770, blitter
   Monitor & cartridge port. Also schematics.
 
   [Info from a posting by Iain Laskey dated 30 Nov 1991]
 
         Compute! Publications,Inc.
         PO Box 5406,Greensboro NC
         27403(919-275-9809)
 
   Computes Technical Refence Guide Volume One. VDI
   Sheldon Leeman
   ISBN 0-87455-093-9
 
   Computes Technical Refence Guide Volume Two. AES
   Sheldon Leeman
   ISBN 0-87455-114-5
 
   Computes Technical Refence Guide Volume Three. TOS
   Sheldon Leeman
   ISBN 0-87455-149-8
 
   Learning C. Programming Graphics on the Amiga and Atari ST.
   Marc B. Sugiyama and Christopher D. Metcalf
   ISBN 0-87455-064-5
 
   Compute's ST Applications Guide. Programming in C
   Simon Feild,Kathleen Mandis and Dave Myers
   ISBN 0-87455-078-5
 
         Scott,Foresman and Company.
         Professional Publishing Group
         1900 East Lake Avenue,Glenville IL
         600025
 
   Learning C on the Atari ST
   Joseph Boyle Wikert
   ISBN 0-673-18738-1
 
         Sybex Inc.
         2344 Sixth St.
         Berkely,CA
         94710
 
   Programmers Guide To GEM
   Phillip Balma and William Fitler
   ISBN 0-553-34397-1
 
         Taylor Ridge Books
         PO Box 48
         Manchester, Connecticut   (no zip listed) usa
         (203)643-9673
 
   C-manship Complete, $19.95
   Calyton Walnum
   No ISBN
 
 "a decent book on programming your st gem/aes/vdi plus other stuff that is
 based on the 31 articles that Clayton Walnum wrote for Analog. It was written
 on a mega 4 with Calamus."
 
         Addison-Wesley Pub.
 
   68000 Assembly Language
   Donal Kantz & James Stanley
   ISBN 0-201-11659-6
 
 "An interesting book on 68000 for the Atari (and amiga too, but both in
 the abstract)"
 
         atari.archive.umich.edu
 
   Assembly Language Programming
   Robert Arp
   Disk archives, not published in paper at this time.
         
 "It is an excellent guide to assembly languuage programming.  It is very
 large and takes quite a while to make a hard copy if you desire to do so.
 The file names are arp68k-book.tar (the text) and arp68k-pix.Z.tar
 (.img files to go along with the text)."
 
         
 ****************************************************************
 *
 *  THE FOLLOWING BOOKS ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT
 *
  
         Abacus Software,Inc.
         5370 52nd Street,S.E.
         Grand Rapids,MI
         49508
 
   Atari ST Internals
   K Gerits,L. Englisch and R. Bruckmann
   ISBN 0-916439-46-1
 
   Atari ST GEM Programmers Reference
   Norbert Szczepanowski and Bernt Gunther
   ISBN 0-916439-52-6
 
   Atari ST 3d Graphics Programming
   Uwe Braun
   ISBN 0-916439-69-0
 
   Atari ST Disk Drives Inside and Out
   Uwe Brawn,Stephan Dittrich and Axel Schramm
   ISBN 0-916439-84
  
   Atari ST Machine Language
   B.Grohmann,P.eidler and H.Slibar
   ISBN 0-916439-48-8
 
   Atari ST Introduction to MIDI Programming
   Len Dorfman and Dennis Young
   ISBN 0-916439-77-1
 
 
         Bantam Books,Inc.
         666 5th Avenue
         New York,New York
         10103
 
   Atari ST Application Programming
   Lawrence J. Pollack and Eric J.T.Weber
   ISBN 0-553-34397-1
 
 
 
 ****************************************************************
 *
 *  This List can be freely distributed and added to
 *  All I ask is that people identify the added information as
 *  their own
 *       John Henders
 *       Vancouver,BC
 *       On Usenet  uunet!ubc-cs!van-bc!jhenders
 *       On ForumST  John henders@448
 *       On GEnie c/o D.LEMAY2
 *
 *       C-Manship & 68000 Assembley Language suggested by Joe Gaudreau [DPZ]
 *       Robert Arp's Assembley Language book suggested by David P. Forrai [DPZ]
 
 
 :DEV:   93.06.11
 How do I become a developer for the Atari ST?
 =============================================
 
 Contact Bill Rehbok, (408)745-2022
 
 [UNITED STATES ONLY. IF YOU LIVE OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES, CONTACT
  YOUR COUNTRY'S ATARI HEADQUARTERS FOR MORE INFORMATION.]
   
 Bill can explain the program to you, and send an information packet if you
 desire.
 
 Atari has gone to a 2-tier developer membership.  The 'higher quality'
 developer support goes to commercial developers, and costs $250.  The
 'no-hand-holding, no announcement of company future products, no access
 to discounted hardware' goes to noncommercial developers, at an initial cost
 of $125, plus $50 renewal fee each year.
 
 Both tiers receive the ST/TT Developer Kit and all developers have to fill
 in an application form and a non-disclosure agreement.  Contact Bill for
 more information.
 
 Atari is now selling the developer's kit (or parts of it) seperately. No
 project-in-development or non-disclosure agreement is necessary.
 
 
 :ERR:   ??.??.??
 What does TOS ERROR nn mean?
 What do the bombs on my screen mean?
 ====================================
 
 The information below was written, in part, by Darryl May, and posted on
 GEnie in January (of ????) by John Townsend.  The original also appeared in
 the June 1988 issue of _Current Notes_ (122 N. Johnson Rd., Sterling, VA
 22170). It has since found its way to me, and is being posted to
 comp.sys.atari.st as a service to readers.
 
 Alan Pratt wrote to tell me that the basic information may be correct, but
 that it cannot be dubbed "official" unless it originates, on paper, from
 Atari.  This makes sense, as electronic communications are easily
 modified, even accidentally.
 
 Roland Waldi provided information regarding the difference between TOS and
 GEM return codes which appears to be correct.  The tables have been modified
 to reflect his information.
 
     The following is an unofficial list of the errors that can appear
 while you are operating your ST computer.
  
           Error description         return code      alert box #
           ======================================================
              OK (no error)....................0
              Fundamental error...............-1
              Drive not ready.................-2
              Unknown command.................-3
              CRC error.......................-4
              Bad request.....................-5
              Seek error......................-6
              Unknown media...................-7
              Sector not found................-8
              No paper........................-9
              Write fault....................-10
              Read fault.....................-11
              General error..................-12
              Write protect..................-13
              Media change...................-14
              Unknown device.................-15
              Bad sectors on format..........-16
              Insert other disk..............-17
              Invalid function number........-32............1
              File not found.................-33............2
              Path not found.................-34............3
              No handles left................-35............4
              Access denied..................-36............5
              Invalid handle.................-37............6
              Insufficient memory............-39............8
              Invalid memory block address...-40............9
              Invalid drive specified........-46...........15
                                                 
              No more files..................-49...........18
              Range error....................-64...........33
              Internal error.................-65...........34
              Invalid program load format....-66...........35
  
 The last code is the infamous "TOS error 35"!
 
 Also, some unofficial information via Alan Pratt:
 
   Notably, you should add -48: ENSAME (not the same drive, occurs when
   you call Frename and the two names you give aren't on the same drive),
   and -67: EGSBF: you can't use Mshrink to GROW a block of memory.
 
 
      Those bombs that appear on your screen are error messages from
  the 68000 micro-processor.
 
                                            Number
           Description                     of bombs
           ===========================================
              Reset: Initial PC2...............1
              Bus Error........................2
              Address Error....................3
              Illegal Instruction..............4
              Zero Divide......................5
              CHK Instruction..................6
              TRAPV Instruction................7
              Privilege Violation..............8
              Trace............................9
              Line 1010 Emulator..............10
              Line 1111 Emulator..............11
              [unassigned, reserved]..........12
              [unassigned, reserved]..........13
              Format Error....................14
              Uninitialized Interrupt Vector..15
              [unassigned, reserved].......16-23
              Spurious Interrupt..............24
              Level 1 Interrupt Autovector....25
              Level 2 Interrupt Autovector....26
              Level 3 Interrupt Autovector....27
              Level 4 Interrupt Autovector....28
              Level 5 Interrupt Autovector....29
              Level 6 Interrupt Autovector....30
              Level 7 Interrupt Autovector....31
              Trap Instruction Vectors.....32-47
              [unassigned, reserved].......48-63
              User Interrupt Vectors......64-255
 
 
 
 :FREE:   ??.??.??
 What is Free-Net and how can I get access?
 ==========================================
 
                     A "Remodeled" Atari S.I.G. Opens
 
        By now many of you have heard of the Cleveland Freenet, or more
 specifically the Atari S.I.G. on the Cleveland Freenet.  For those who
 haven't, the Cleveland Freenet is an experimental computer system providing
 free public community telecomputing.  Basically, it's a lot like a public
 library of the future.  Many of these systems are popping up all over the
 country.  Don't be surprised if one pops up in your neighborhood in the
 future.
 
        Recently the Atari SIG has undergone a significant face-lift.  All
 the regular areas are intact including its news sections, user group
 newsletter, online magazine sections, general as well as specific
 computer discussion boards (8 bit, 16/32 bit, Lynx, Portfolio), and our
 weekly Sunday night multi-chat conference.
 
        The conference starts at 8pm EST sharp and is on channel           
 "+Ataricon".  What the staff at the Atari SIG has added, has given the
 Atari SIG the potential to cover all grounds of Atari and its related
 products.
 
        The most noticeable addition to the Atari SIG is the Programming
 and Development Forum.  This forum is intended to be used by developers,
 professional programmers, and Atari hackers (the old definition of 
 "hacker") as a means to share ideas, help each other out, and find out
 the latest technical information on Atari's products.  This board is ran
 by newly acquired SIG Operator, Peter Haller, a professional programmer
 who is running developer sections on hardware and software development,
 programming, MIDI applications development, Graphics Design,
 plus many other sections that can definitely become a programmer and
 developer's dream come true!
 
        Last, but definitely not least, the Atari SIG has a restructured
 Product Info and Support Board and a new Special Applications Board.
 The Support Board includes a vast library of support lists.  These lists
 range anywhere from phone numbers of Atari dealers and producers, to         
 software reviews for 8 bit, 16/32 bit, Lynx, and Portfolio software.
 To sum it all up this area covers what's out there, who makes it, and how
 to get it for all Atari products.  The Special Applications Board is
 just starting out.  Currently there is an area for users of MIDI on the 
 ST.  MIDI users are encouraged to use this as a means to discuss MIDI
 related topics.  This section is expected to expand in the future.
 
         Accessing the Atari SIG has never been easier.  One can access it
 via Internet by telenet'ing to 129.22.8.75 or "Freenet-in-b.cwru.edu"
 or by calling (216) 368-3888 300/1200/2400 bps.  Once on the system, 
 a user can apply for an account application and logon as a visitor.
 Once here, simply type "Go Atari" to get to the Atari SIG.  A visitor
 can go anywhere on  the Freenet and can read anything.  They can't
 post messages until they get their permanent accounts, however.
 
 For additional information on obtaining access to Freenet write to
 myself via the e-mail addresses above or by writing the SIG at its US
 mail address:
                The Atari SIG
                P.O. Box 21815
                Cleveland, OH 44121 USA
                  
 Lastly, a freenet application is available in the mail by writing a
 request to the above address if you rather not download it from Freenet.
 
         The Atari SIG is ready to serve the thousands of Atarians throughout
 the world.  We look forward to seeing you all real soon!  Remember the
 staff of the Atari SIG are volunteering their time for no pay and the
 Cleveland Freenet, as well as the Atari S.I.G., is a non-profit organization
 existing for the free exchange of information.
 
 --
 
 Mark Leair
 Atari SIG Public Relations
 
 Internet e-mail: aa338@Cleveland.Freenet.edu
 CIS e-mail     : internet>aa338@Cleveland.Freenet.edu
 
 
 :MAGS:   93.09.04
 What magazines are available for the Atari ST?
 ==============================================
 
 If you've got updates, mini-reviews,
 or more information on other magazines, please send them to me via e-mail.
 
 As always, WRITE to a company before sending them money for a subscription.
 
 
 US mags:
 
 AtariUser, published by Quill Publishing Company
 ---------
 
 Cover Price: US $1.00  Canada $1.45  UK 1.50 (AtariUser is available for free
 [$6.00/50 magazine shipping charge] from participating computer dealers,
 bookstores & user groups!)
 
 Subcription Rate: $21.30 US Bulkrate, $41.30 US First Class.
 Address: AtariUser, 113 W. College Street, Covina, CA  91723 USA
 
 
 Current Notes, published by Current Notes Inc.
 -------------
 
 Cover Price: US $3.95
 
 Subscription Rate: $27.00/year (Atari clubs registered with Current Notes may
 subscribe at $23.00/year) US, $35.00/year (Canadian club members at $31/year)
 Canadian, Foreign rate $44/year.
 
 Address: Current Notes Inc., 122 N. Johnson Rd., Sterling, VA  22170 USA
 
 
 Atari Interface:
 ---------------
 
 Write for a free sample copy of the Atari Interface magazine
 (Unicorn Publications, 3487 Braeburn Circle, Ann Arbor, MI  48108)
  
 AIM is soon to be available in Canada, Europe and Mexico, and should be in
 all local WaldenSoftware stores and many bookstores.  If your "local"
 Atari dealer doesn't have it, he should be able to get it for you...
 
 
 
 UK Mags:
 (Thanks to Sam Marshall  and Kevin Busby
  for some of the info here.)
 
 ST Applications:
 ---------------
 
 formerly the ST Club Newsletter, this is now the only
 non-games mag in the UK (although see ST World below).  Approx. 4,500
 copies per issue sold.  News, reviews, interviews, tech tips, general
 forum, programmers' forum, PD catalogue.  DTP'd on an ST.  Retains a
 'user-driven' feel.  Recommended.  The associated ST Club runs a PD
 distribution service and distributes a couple of commercial programs too
 (Fontkit Plus, UIS III, Molgraph, CRL Virus Killer, etc.).
 
 12 issue Subscription now:
          With Disk 6 Mags                  Without Disk Mags
 
 UK:          #26.50                        #18.00
 Europe (air) #30.50                        #21.00
 World (air)  #38.50                        #31.00
 
 Address:  ST Club, 2 Broadway, Nottingham, NG7 1PS, UK.
 
 ST World:
 --------
 
  formerly the leading UK non-games mag.  Became a quarterly
 'buyer's guide' in Autumn 90.
 
 ST Format:
 ---------
 
 all-purpose 150-page monthly, mainly aimed at young people. 
 Lively, but of uneven quality.  Big leisure section, but other areas
 covered too.  Includes cover disk - mix of games demos and (usually out
 of date) PD utilities.  Probably the biggest-selling UK ST mag.  Has had
 several public rows with Atari UK. 
 
 Future Publishing, Somerton, Somerset, TA11 6TB  Tel. 0458 74011 
 Fax 0458 74378
 
 Atari ST User:
 -------------
 
 like ST Format.  Generally (amongst online users) thought
 to be not quite as good.
 
 ST Action:
 ---------
 
 games, games and more games.  And games.
 
 Atari ST Review:
 ---------------
 Lots of info, more mature editorial style than Format, but not so
 polished.  1 cover disk per issue. 
 
 Subscriptions: PO Box 500, Leicester, LE99 0AA. Tel: 0858 410510.
 
 There are also, I think, some MIDI mags with strong ST content.  I don't
 have their names.
 
 
 
 German Mags:
 
 ST-Magazin, TOS, and ST-Computer united in August 1993 to the
 "ST Computer", which is the only remaining magazine in Germany.
 (I don't know if the following info still holds, then. --Steven)
 
 ST Computer:
 -----------
 11 issues/year, typical around 180 pages
 Subscription: DM 80 (domestic),  DM 100 (normal mail), DM 130 (air mail)
 Address: Heim Verlag, Heidelberger Landstr. 194, D-6100 Darmstadt 13 GERMANY
 
 French Mags:
 
 ST Magazine
 -----------
 Monthly in French. Oriented towards developers, professional users. Comes 
 with a disk each month.
 ST Magazine - 10, rue Hegesippe Moreau - 75018 Paris - France
 (French Teletel users: 3615 Teletel access, code STMAG)
 
 STart Micro
 -----------
 Monthly, includes a cover disk. 11 issues per year. 64 + 16 (separated) pages. 
 Price: FF38 per issue, subscription: FF360. Subjects: Desktop publishing,
 graphics, initiations to C and GFA Basic, survey of outcoming software, music,
 folders. Minitel access: 3615 code ATARI. Address: FC Press, 57 rue Danton,
 92300 Levallois-Perret, France.
 
 
 Dutch Mags
 ----------
 
 ST, published by Stichting ST , postbus 11129  2301 EC Leiden  the Netherlands
 ---
 cover price: fl 6,95
 Independent magazine by and for atari ST users.
 covers all different topics from applications to games and hardware.
 60 pages.
 
 6 times a year. One year subscription fl 35,-
 black and white pages.
 
 Atacom, by Atari Club Groningen.
 -------
 Never seen this one. I suppose you have to be a member of the club or so.
 price is fl 4,95. 
 Adress of the club: Atari Club Groningen, Postbus 9164
 9703 LD Groningen, the Netherlands.
 
 Atari Nieuws, by Atari ST computer club Nederland
 -------------
 News paper sized publication. Lots of colour on newspaper pages. Not too many
 pages though.
 price is fl 3,95 (cheap cheap) 
 monthly publication.
 adress: ACN, Postbus 5011, 2000 CA Haarlem, the Netherlands.
 
 GFA-info, by GFA gg (usergroup)
 ---------
 Publication of the GFA-basic usergroup. This group has a lot of mainly
 educational software available.
 price is fl 5,00
 
 adress: GFA gg, Frankrijklaan 14, 2034 BA Haarlem, the Netherlands
 
 ST News, by Stichting Computers Eindhoven
 --------
 This is an electronic magazine. It has been around for about 6 years now 
 and is completely in English!!! The first issues were in Wordplus format 
 back in 1986 but from the 6th issue on it included a readerprogram
 both for color and monochrome. Even with music.
 price is fl 10,00
 adress: S.C.E., Kornoeljelaan 22, 5552 RC Valkenswaard
 
 Swiss mags:
 
 Atari ST News Schweiz
 ---------------------
 Dutch Atari ST Nieuws translated into German for the Swiss :-)
 
 
 :TIPS:   93.06.11
 TIPS AND HINTS from other users
 ===============================
  
 Any 'multisync' monitor which handles 70 video fields a second can be used
    with the ST; the custom cable involves no tricks, or commercial ones are
    available.  The original NEC multisync does NOT handle 70 fields a sec.
  
 More than 3 bombs often means more than 1 error, so interpretations are
   tricky.
  
 An ST-formatted disk which is not readable by a PC can be made readable by
    putting the 3 bytes EB 34 90 (those were 3 bytes of hex) at the beginning
    of the boot sector (sector 1 of track 0).  This can be done with 
    either an ST or PC absolute sector editor. The Desktop of TOS 1.4 and
    higher does this automatically.
 
 Some (older) PC-3.5"-drives cannot deal with the short track-header produced
    by ST formatters. On those drives, ST-formatted disks are not readable,
    independent of their boot sector contents. The other way, however, does
    always work: format on the PC.
  
 When using disks formatted on a PC in an ST, make sure to insert and access
    a disk with a different serial number in between disk changes.
 
 For those with the 'inaccessible' mouse and joystick ports, a joystick
    extender cable will make life easier.  The Y-cable joystick extenders make
    it extremely easy to keep mouse and joystick connected to port 0, and a
    joystick extender cable in port 1 makes for easy hookup after you've moved
    the machine.
 
 BARREL is a program which can redirect printer-data to a file.  It comes in
    handy when your printer is unavailable, and the program does not already
    have an option to 'print-to-a-file'.  (It is available on the atari.archive
    server.)
 
 DBLEFEAT is a program which can redirect disk access from, say, drive A to
    drive B.  Handy when a program 'hard-codes' the data drive, and you
    wish to use your hard drive instead.  (It is available on the atari.archive
    server.)
 
 On the Desktop, holding the right mouse button allows
    you to manipulate files in other windows. This is useful for a number
    of reasons. An example is this: say D:\BLAH.ARC is a file you would
    like to extract to D:\, but ARC.TTP is on C:\. Top D:\'s window, then
    hold the right button while double-clicking ARC.TTP in an inactive window.
 
 
 :ZNET:   ??.??.??
 Where can I get copies of ZNET?
 ===============================
 
 ZNET is now Atari Explorer Online. Please see EXPLOR for more info.
 
 
 :EXPLOR:   ??.??.??
 Where can I get copies of Atari Explorer Online?
 ================================================
 Atari Explorer Online magazine is available on CompuServe and GEnie. You can
 also get copies mailed to you by sending an e-mail message to
 
         stzmagazine-request@virginia.edu
 
 indicating you wish to subscribe.
 
 They won't get to you on Friday (which is when they're posted), but Greg
 Lindahl provides an excellent service to the networking community by sending
 these out.
 
 Atari Explorer Online and some information from the Current Notes user
 magazine are also available from the atari.archive server under
 /atari/magazines.
 
 
 :PD:   93.06.11
 Where can I get Public Domain/Shareware software?
 ==========================================================
 
 There are FTP sources and a comp.sources.atari.st/comp.binaries.atari.st
 mail server.  You can also try the commercial on-line services such as
 GEnie, CompuServe, Delphi and Bix.
 
 Using FTP, most files should be retrieved in BINARY format (at least those
 ending with the suffix of .ZIP, .ARC, .LZH, .ZOO, .PRG, .TTP, .TOS)
 
 Mail servers encode files.  You will need a program called 'uudecode' in
 order to change files ending with the suffix .UUE (or .UAB, .UAC, etc.)
 into their original form.
 
 
 :MAIL:   ??.??.??
 E-Mail file servers
 
 archive-server@spud.hyperion.com:
 ---------------------------------
 
 Spud holds all of the comp.sources.atari.st / comp.binaries.atari.st
 postings.  If you aren't reading these two newsgroups, you should consider
 doing so.  You may obtain uuencoded files as e-mail.  You can obtain a
 help file by mailing a message to archive-server@spud.hyperion.com, with
 the main body of the message being the word 'help'.
 
 atari@atari.archive.umich.edu:
 -----------------------------
 
 The atari.archive server is mentioned many times in this article.  It contains
 a multitude of Atari ST PD and shareware programs.  If you don't have access
 via FTP you can obtain many of the files via e-mail.  You should first obtain a
 help file by mailing a message to atari@atari.archive.umich.edu, with the main
 body of the message being the word 'help.'.  If you are from a uucp site,
 please enclose this statement also 'path host1!host2!....', where
 host1!host2!... is your path. Please read the help file completely before you
 ask questions, and then send any you may have to jon@atari.archive.umich.edu. 
 Any questions about the archive or specific files go to 
 weiner@atari.archive.umich.edu (or weiner@terminator.rs.itd.umich.edu, 
 jeff.weiner@um.cc.umich.edu, weiner@zircon.labmed.umn.edu, or 
 weiner@umnstat.stat.umn.edu :-)       
 
 
 archive-server@micros.hensa.uk.ac:
 ---------------------------------
 
 This is a UK public domain archive, available to sites within the UK via
 via JANET.
 
 info-server@Germany.EU.net:
 ---------------------------
 
 This is a german public domain archive. This only has comp.binaries.atari.st
 and comp.sources.atari.st.
 
 archive-server@Germany.EU.net:
 ------------------------------
 
 Same place as above, but this one carries other software than just 
 comp.binaries.atari.st and comp.sources.atari.st.
 
 
 mail-server@cs.ruu.nl (or uunet!mcsun!hp4nl!ruuinf!mail-server):
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
 send the following message
 
     begin
     path john@highbrow.edu (PLEASE SUBSTITUTE *YOUR* ADDRESS)
     send ATARI-ST/index
     end
 
 NOTE: *** PLEASE USE VALID INTERNET ADDRESSES IF POSSIBLE. DO NOT USE
 ADDRESSES WITH ! and @ MIXED !!!! BITNETTERS USE USER@HOST.BITNET ***
 
 The path command can be deleted if we receive a valid from address in your
 message. If this is the first time you use our mail server, we suggest you
 first issue the request:
     send HELP
 
 LISTSERV@UOGUELPH.BITNET:
 ------------------------
 
 Mail messages with the contents HELP will bring you some usage information
 and GET PROG-A16 FILELIST will provide you with a list of files.  Subscriptions
 to INFO-A16 are also available on this server.  INFO-A16 is a digest of 
 messages from comp.sys.atari.st.
 
 
 :FTP:   93.05.05
 Anonymous FTP servers
 
 Note:  The generally accepted practice for FTP use is as follows:
 
         1. Limit access times to non-working hours.  This is usually 6-8 pm
            to 8-9 am LOCAL time.  LOCAL time means local to the computer
            you are accessing!  For example, 4 P.M. in Minneapolis, Minnesota
            is 10 P.M. in England, and 10 A.M. in Germany is 4 A.M. in New
            York.
 
         2. Once you connect, issue the following commands at your FTP
            prompt:
 
                 user anonymous
                 
 
         3. Limit downloads, especially across the ocean.  Remember, there are
            other people who are using the same lines as you.
 
 
 Atari FTP sites (the list is -not- exhaustive)
 ----------------------------------------------
 
 atari.archive.umich.edu [141.211.164.8]
 
 
 uk.ac.lancs.pdsoft (available to UK users via JANET)
 
   Note:  Access is a bit different for this archive site, use the following:
 
         user pdsoft
         pdsoft (at the Password prompt)
 
 
 ftp.Germany.EU.net [192.76.144.75]
 
 
 ftp.cs.ruu.nl [131.211.80.17]
 
 src.doc.ic.ac.uk
 
 This site has a mirror of atari.archive.umich.edu in /computing/systems/
 atari/umich.
 
 
 :COMP:   93.10.02
 Atari-related companies
 =======================
 
 This is a (still under construction) list of companies and addresses that 
 might be of use to Atari ST users. Please send me addresses for the blank ones
 on this list. See also IAAD, it lists many more companies that are not on
 this list.
 
 
 Berkeley MicroSystems
 P.O. Box 20119
 Oakland, CA  94620
 
 (510) 547 - 2191
 
 
 E.A. Brown 
 3404 Pawnee Drive
 Alexandria
 Minnesota  56308
 Info:  612-762-8847
 Orders: 800-322-4405
 Product: Software and Hardware distributor
 
 GengTec
 
 JRI
 
 Marvin AG
 
 Matrix Datensystem
 Talstrasse 16
 7155 Oppenweiler
 Germany
 
 tel. 07191-4088
 fax. 07191-4089
 
 Supra
 7101 Supra Drive
 Tangent, Oregon 97389 
 (503) 967-9075
 
 
 TKR GmbH & Co. KG
 Stadtparkweg 2
 W-2300 Kiel 1
 Tel. +49-431-3378881
 Fax. +49-431-35984
 
 Wittich Computer
 
 
 :IAAD:   93.09.04
 Independent Atari Developers
 ============================
 
 Each entry has the following format (when applicable):
      Company Name
      Member Name
      Mailing Address
      Phone(s)
      Product Names
 The listing is provided below in ASCII format.  An additional
 file is available in CardFile format.  Please note that the
 product listing is not comprehensive nor detailed, and new
 products are continually released.  Please feel free to contact
 individual members for information about their listed products.
 For more information about the IAAD, contact any Board Member.
  
 IAAD Board Members:
      D.A. Brumleve, President
      James C Allen
      Nathan Potechin
      Nevin Shalit
  
 Member Listing:
  
 Anthill Industries
 Judith Baumgardner
 P.O. Box 361
 Mt. Vernon OH 43050-9998 USA
 614 393 1524
  
 Apprentice Software
 James D Yegerlehner
 22205 Swan Road
 South Lyon MI 48178 USA
 313 437 0526
 Neural-network Construction Set
  
 Baggetta_Ware
 Albert Baggetta
 P.O. Box 759
 Agawam MA 01001 USA
 Eliemouse Complimentary Coloring Book/The Comic Book Collector/
 The Mis-Adventures of Eliemouse/Shakespeare: The Sonnets
  
 Barefoot Software
 Brad Cox
 19865 Covellow Street
 Canoga Park CA 91306 USA
 818 727 0632 (fax)
 818 727 7143
 SMPTETrack/EditTrack/GenEdit/EZ Score+/Hybriswitch
  
 Beckemeyer Development Tools
 David Beckemeyer
 P.O. Box 21575
 Oakland CA 94620 USA
 510 530 0451 (fax)
 510 530 9637
 Hard Disk Sentry/Hard Disk Toolkit/SCSI Tape Kit
  
 Robert M Birmingham
 13630 SW 101 Lane
 Miami FL 33186-2814 USA
 305 385 1942
  
 Cali-Co. Superior Software
 Josh Snyder
 P.O. Box 9873
 Madison WI 53715 USA
 608 255 6523
 Mah-Jong Solitaire
  
 Canoe Computers
 Tony Ridley
 11006 150 Street
 Edmonton AB T5P 1S1 Canada
 403 487 6838
 FrankenSTein/Warp 16 Accelerator/Tiny Ram
  
 chro_MAGIC Software Innovations
 Jim Collins
 516 North Jackson
 Joplin MO 64801 USA
 417 623 7393
 Guitaristics/Pianistics/Pianistics Encyclopedia/Pianistics
 Professor
  
 Clear Thinking
 Craig Harvey
 2753 Plymouth Road Suite 137
 Ann Arbor MI 48105 USA
 313 971 6035 (bbs)
 313 971 8671
 EdHak/Metapsychology Primer
  
 CodeHead Technologies
 John Eidsvoog, Charles Johnson
 P.O. Box 74090
 Los Angeles CA 90004 USA
 213 386 5789 (fax)
 213 461 2095 (bbs)
 213 386 5735
 G+Plus/MultiDesk Deluxe/HotWire/CodeKeys/CodeHead Utilities/
 Warp 9/Calligrapher/MaxiFile/Lookit & Popit/MIDIMax/MIDI Spy/
 Avant Vector/MegaPaint/Cherry Fonts/Genus Font Editor/
 TOS Extension Card
  
 Compo
 Robert Engberson
 104 Esplanade Avenue Suite 121
 Pacifica CA 94044 USA
 415 355 0869 (fax)
 415 355 0862
 That's Write/Write On/C-Font/CompoScript/That's Address/Musicom/
 PC Speed/AT Speed/AT Speed C16
  
 Cybercube Research Ltd.
 Manfred Doewich
 126 Grenadier Crescent
 Thornhill ON L4J 7V7 Canada
 416 886 3261 (fax)
 416 882 0294
 CyReL SUNRISE M16-1280 True Color High Resolution Graphics Card/
 CyReL SERENADE M16-1280 True Color High Resolution Graphics Card/
 CyReL VidiMix8 Desktop Video Module/CyReL Serial Mouse Manager/
 CyRel Palette Master
  
 D.A. Brumleve
 Dorothy A Brumleve
 P.O. Box 4195
 Urbana IL 61801-8820 USA
 217 367 9084 (fax)
 217 337 1937
 Kidpublisher Professional/Super Kidgrid/Kidpainter/Multiplay/
 Telegram/Creative Discovery Packet/Learning Games Packet
  
 DMC Publishing
 Nathan Potechin
 2800 John Street Unit 10
 Markham ON L3R 0E2 Canada
 416 479 1882 (fax)
 416 479 1880
 Calamus 1.09N/Calamus SL & modules/Calamus Font Editor/
 The Guide to Calamus Desktop Publishing/Outline Art/
 INVISION Elite
  
 Ditek International
 David Fletcher
 2800 John Street Unit 15
 Markham ON L3R 0E2 Canada
 416 479 1882 (fax)
 416 479 1990
 DynaCADD
  
 Dr. Bobware
 W. David Parks
 180 N. Hazeltine Avenue
 Campbell OH 44405-1024 USA
 216 743 4712
 ScanLite/MVG: MultiViewer Graphica/MVG Modules Disks 1, 2, & 3
  
 Elan Software
 Paul Dube
 550 Boul. Charest Est P.O. Box 30232
 Quebec G1K 8Y2 Canada
 418 683 9189 (fax)
 418 692 0565
 Solutions
  
 eSTeem, inc.
 Tom Nielsen
 72 Shades Crest Road
 Hoover AL 35226-1014 USA
 205 987 9208
 eSTeem PILOT
  
 Fair Dinkum Technologies
 John 'Hutch' Hutchinson
 P.O. Box 2
 Los Alamos NM 87544 USA
 505 662 7236
 CrossWord Creator II/Word Search Creator/Cryptographer/InfoDisk/
 Cyberdrome: The Hoverjet Simulator/Puzzle Pack
  
 FAST Technology
 James C Allen
 14 Lovejoy Road
 Andover MA 01810 USA
 508 475 3810 (fax)
 508 475 3810
 Turbo25/TinyTurbo030/Turbo030/TurboRAM
  
 GT Software
 Tyson T Gill
 12114 Kirton Avenue
 Cleveland OH 44135-3612 USA
 216 252 4272
 CardFile (distr. by Gribnif)
  
 Gadgets by Small, Inc.
 David M Small
 40 West Littleton Blvd. #210-211
 Littleton CO 80120 USA
 303 791 0253 (fax)
 303 791 6098
 Spectre GCR
  
 Goldleaf Publishing Inc.
 Lauren Flanagan-Sellers
 700 Larkspur Landing Circle Suite 199
 Larkspur CA 94939 USA
 415 257 3515
 WordFlair II
  
 Gribnif Software
 Dan Wilga, Rick Flashman
 P.O. Box 779
 Northampton MA 01061 USA
 413 247 5622 (fax)
 413 247 5620
 NeoDesk 3/NeoDesk CLI/STalker 3/STeno/XBoot/CardFile 4/
 Convector Professional/Arabesque Professional/XBoot III/
 Crazy Dots 8/Crazy Dots 15
  
 Doug Harrison
 P.O. Box 66236
 Baton Rouge LA 70806-6236 USA
 Opus (shareware)/Lookit & Popit (distr. by CodeHead)
  
 HiSoft
 Alex Kiernan, David Link, Dave Nutkins
 The Old School
 Greenfield Bedford MK45 5DE England
 +44 525 713716 (fax)
 +44 525 718181
 Devpac 3/HiSoft BASIC 2/Lattice C/HighSpeed Pascal/FTL Modula-2/
 WERCS/Harlekin 2/HiSoft C/ProFlight/K-Spread/K-Comm/K-Word/K-Data
 (HiSoft products distr. by Oregon Research Associates)
  
 ICD, Inc.
 Tom Harker
 1220 Rock Street
 Rockford IL 61101 USA
 815 968 6888 (fax)
 815 968 2228
 The Link/AdSCSI Micro ST/AdSCSI ST/AdSCSI Plus ST/AdSpeed ST/
 AdSpeed STe/FA-ST Hard Drive Kit/FA-ST Tape Backup/Cleanup ST/
 ICD Professional Hard Drive Utilities/ICD Tape Backup Software/
 Advantage Micro ST/Advantage ST/Advantage Plus ST/STHA/
 Personal Pascal
  
 It's All Relative
 Gregory J Kopchak
 2233 Keevan Lane
 Florisant MO 63031 USA
 314 831 9482
 It's All Relative/BookMaker/Forecaster3/AbbreviatorST/
 Photo CD Conversion/Photo Show/View and Script/Kodak Photo CD
 Images
  
 JMG Software International, Inc.
 George Geczy, David Thompson
 892 Upper James Street
 Hamilton ON L9C 3A5 Canada
 416 575 0283 (fax)
 416 575 3201
 HyperLINK
  
 M.P. Graphics Systems
 Mario Perdue
 P.O. Box 501289
 Indianapolis IN 46250-6289 USA
 317 335 3775
 Noids-II
  
 MS Design
 Henry Murphy, Carl Stanford
 611 West Illinois Street
 Urbana IL 61801 USA
 217 351 6412 (fax)
 217 384 8469
 FontPak 1 & 2/Wheeler Quick Art CD-ROM/
 Wheeler Quick Art Image Disks
  
 Medical Designs Software
 William Penner
 3235 Wright Avenue
 Bremerton WA 98310 USA
 206 479 2157 (bbs)
 206 373 4840
 ECTStat/IOLCALC/MultiWriter/SERIALFX
  
 Merlin Group, Inc.
 George Richardson
 96 Hoyt Street
 Kearny NJ 07032-3311 USA
 201 998 0932 (fax)
 201 998 4441
  
 Missionware Software
 John Trautschold
 354 N. Winston Drive
 Palatine IL 60067-4132 USA
 708 359 9565
 lottODDS/Printer Initializer/Flash II
  
 MUSICODE Software
 Melinda Turcsanyi
 P.O. Box 1109
 Oakhurst CA 93644 USA
 209 642 2380
  
 NewSTar Technology Management
 Charles Smeton
 P.O. Box 122
 Columbia MD 21045-0122 USA
 410 544 1329 (fax)
 410 544 6943
 The STraight FAX!
  
 Oregon Research Associates
 Bob Luneski
 16200 S.W. Pacific Highway Suite 162
 Tigard OR 97224 USA
 503 624 2940 (fax)
 503 620 4919
 Diamond Back II/Diamond Edge/Knife ST/Ultimate Virus Killer/
 DevPacST 3/DevPacTT/HiSoft BASIC 2/Lattice C 5.5/HiSoft C/
 HighSpeed Pascal/FTL Modula-2/Tempus 2/WERCS/Harlekin 2/
 True Paint/ProFlight
  
 Paradigm Software Products
 Mark T O'Bryan
 1369 Concord Place Suite 3-B
 Kalamazoo MI 49009-2201 USA
 616 372 5972
 Omni-Banker ST
  
 Power Thought Software
 Harlan Hugh
 116 Sumach Street
 Toronto ON M5A 3J9 Canada
 416 594 9355 (fax)
 416 594 9355
 INVISION Elite (distr. by DMC)
  
 SKWare One
 Sterling K Webb
 P.O. Box 277
 Bunker Hill IL 62014 USA
 618 462 2171 (evenings)
 Seurat/ColorScan/Auto*Art/PS-2GDOS
  
 Soft-Logik Publishing
 Deron Kazmaier, Mark Wetzel
 P.O. Box 510589
 St. Louis MO 63151-0589 USA
 314 894 8608 or 800 892 8608
 PageStream/ImageClub Clip Art/ImageClub Fonts/Business Forms
  
 Sothan Software
 Gene F Sothan
 9395 North Wall
 Portland OR 97203 USA
 503 283 4566
 IB Harddisk Backup and Restore/Autosort/Writeboot
  
 Step Ahead Software, Inc.
 Nevin Shalit
 496-A Hudson Street Suite F39
 New York City NY 10014 USA
 718 858 4164
 TrackerST/Tracker For Windows
  
 Straight Edge Software
 Frank Pawlowski
 P.O. Box 6407
 Nashua NH 03061 USA
 603 672 8150
 FPPRINT/OutBurST!
  
 Strata Software
 Eric Rosenquist
 94 Rowe Drive
 Kanata ON K2L 3Y9 Canada
 613 591 1922 (fax)
 613 591 1922
 STalker & STeno (distr. by Gribnif)
  
 SuperSoft
 John Buckner
 731 North Clinton
 Grand Ledge MI 48837 USA
 517 627 6965
 TeleView Tele/TeleView BBS/D.A.M.I./The Fisherman
  
 Synergy Resources
 Roger Richards
 754 N. Bolten Avenue
 Indianapolis IN 46219 USA
 317 231 4158 (fax)
 317 356 6946
 GEMvelope!/SynthView DW-8000/SynthView K1
  
 Taylor Ridge Books
 Clayton Walnum
 P.O. Box 78
 Manchester CT 06045 USA
 203 643 9673
 C-manship Complete/ST Assembly Language Workshop/
 GFA Basic Toolkit/VDI Quick Reference/AES Quick Reference/
 TRB Shareware Companion
  
 TEAM Software
 Marshall Lake
 P.O. Box 7332
 Washington DC 20044-7332 USA
 703 538 4598 (fax)
 703 533 2132
 A Day at the Races/A Day at the Races Companion/
 3 Days at Gettysburg
  
 Weinress Consulting
 Norm Weinress
 3236 Velma Drive
 Los Angeles CA 90068 USA
 213 876 7704
 D.E.K.A.
  
 Wintertree Software Inc.
 Phil Comeau
 43 Rueter Street
 Nepean ON K2J 3Z9 Canada
 613 596 1575 (fax Attn)
 613 825 6721
 The GramSlam Grammar and Style Checker/Grammar Expert/
 Spelling Sentry
  
 WizWorks!
 Chet Walters
 P.O. Box 45
 Girard OH 44420 USA
 216 539 5623
 Image Cat/Mug Shot!/Coalesce Image Merger/Ma Hubbard's Cupboard/
 Mug Shot Data
  
 Xerox Corp
 Robert L. White
 101 Continental Blvd. M/S ESC1-257
 El Segundo CA 90245 USA
 310 333 3497
 Printer Drivers For Xerox Printers
  
 Zocra Technologies
 Craig Buchanan
 4-319 Mackay Street
 Ottawa ON K1M 2B7 Canada
 613 741 5817
 STyle/STipple
 
 
 :CREDIT:   93.10.02
 Who has contributed to the FAQ?
 ===============================
 
 If you've contributed to this FAQ but aren't mentioned here, tell me!
 
 David Paschall-Zimbel (davidli@simvax.labmed.umn.edu) compiled the bulk
  of the FAQ.
 Steven Ourada (sourada@iastate.edu) is the current maintainer.
 
 Juxtaposer (baffoni@aludra.usc.edu)
 Eugen Bauknecht (eugen@hpbbi4.bbn.hp.com)
 Ate Brink (ate@cs.ruu.nl)
 Dorthy Brumleve (dabrumleve@geneie.geis.com)
 Kevin Busby (kevinb@syma.sussex.ac.uk)
 Michael Clark (clarkmi@prism.CS.ORST.EDU)
 John Cummins (cummins@osuunx.ucc.okstate.edu)
 Stefan Damerau (Stefan_Damerau@sl.maus.de)
 Jean-Etienne Doucet (doucet@laas.laas.fr)
 Ben Gilbert
 Edgar Greuter (edgar@pingu.saar.de) 
 John Henders (jhenders@jonh.wimsey.bc.ca)
 Chris Herborth (cherborth@semprini.tdkcs.waterloo.on.ca)
 Graham Higgins
 John Hutchinson (hutch@bellman.lanl.gov)
 Stephen Jacobs (saj@chinet.chi.il.us) 
 Michal Jaegermann (NTOMCZAK@vm.ucs.ualberta.ca)
 Eric S Johansson (esj@harvee.billerica.ma.us)
 Martin Kite (mkite@lincoln.gpsemi.com) 
 Ed Krimen (ekrimen@wet.com)
 Mark Lavi (markjl@pub2.bu.edu)
 Mark Leair (aa338@Cleveland.Freenet.edu)
 John Langner
 J.J. Lehett (JJL101@psuvm.psu.edu)
 Jari Lehto
 Sam Marshall (samm@aisb.edinburgh.ac.uk)
 Don Maple
 Darryl May
 Frederic Mora (mora@geocub.greco-prog.fr)
 Erlend Nagel 
 Michael Niermann (Michael.Niermann@arbi.informatik.uni-oldenburg.de)
 Helmut Neukirchen (hn@pool.informatik.rwtk-aachen.de)
 Thomas Omerzu (omerzu@quando.quantum.de) 
 Piet van Oostrum (piet@cs.ruu.nl)
 Brian Peterson (brianp@netcom.com)
 Alan Pratt
 Laurenz Pruessner (spoil@cs.tu-berlin.de)
 James Reno (James_Reno.Wbst129@xerox.com)
 Eric Smith (ersmith@netcom.com)
 Andy Tanenbaum (ast@cs.vu.nl)
 Shoou-yu Tang (sytang@lamar.colostate.edu)
 Oddvar Tveito FTO (Oddvar.Tveito@nta.no)
 Wayne (?) (trek@ihlpb.att.com)
 John Townsend
 Joachim Vance (jvance@einstein.oac.uci.edu)
 Roland Waldi
 
 
 
 =====================================================================
 Hope you liked the comp.sys.atari.st FAQ. If you have comments,
 suggestions, more material, etc., mail me at sourada@iastate.edu
 
 Thanks to David Paschall-Zimbel (davidli@simvax.labmed.umn.edu) for 
 compiling most of this FAQ.
 
                      Later,
                         Steven Ourada
 -- 
 Steven Ourada --- sourada@iastate.edu
 Avoid conformity. Embrace change. Resist oppression. Think freely.
 Ignore me.
 
 
 


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