On 8/4/2014 3:18 AM, Mateusz Viste wrote:
> * Running a mTCP FTP server on the DOS machine (Matej, Michael, Ulrich)
>     - this is nice, although I'd prefer keeping the DOS PC as a simple
> 'client'.

I am confused by this.  Both the FTP client and FTP server are DOS EXE 
programs.  Why would running the FTP server change the nature of your PC?

If you want a minimal solution, a command line FTP client is perfect.  
If you don't like command line FTP clients, well, better clients for DOS 
really do not exist.  You can run the FTP server on DOS instead and run 
whatever client you want on your more advanced machines.  That's not a 
terribly compromise to make to take advantage of a solution that works 

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