On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 02:21 -0300, Daniel C. Sobral wrote:
> John Sadler is not a Unix user [ ... ] If you know exactly how
> to produce a .tar.gz under Windows that is suitable for our
> use, I'm sure he would appreciate the help.

Most of the distros I've seen (Linux as well as *BSD) have the
DOS ports of these tools on their first CD, next to other
archivers / partitioners / bootselectors / X-Servers / etc.

Given the need (read:  if I'm not late) I could provide
- binaries of tar and gzip for DOS and i386+
- a .BAT / .CMD file to shove dir %1 into %1.tar.gz
but it will be untested or wil take a few days since I'm 100% MS
free here. :)

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