Transfering stack between WinXP and MacOS9

Jon jbondy at sover.net
Mon Jul 11 09:20:34 EDT 2005


Sorry, jbv.  I'll write "s/he" from now on. 

:)


jbv wrote:

>Yep, and I also tried to transfer the unzipped stack via Iomega Zip,
>and I get the same error...
>
>BTW Jon, what makes you think I'm a "he", and not a "she" ?    ;-)
>
>JB
>
>  
>
>>If he is transferring a Zip, he could not have corrupted it during the
>>file transfer: the unZip processor would have detected it...
>>
>>:)
>>
>>Jon
>>
>>rev at armbase.com wrote:
>>
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>>
>>>Quoting jbv <jbv.silences at Club-Internet.fr>:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>>>>Hi list,
>>>>
>>>>I'm facing a problem for the 1st time :
>>>>I have a stack built on MacOS9 which I transfered
>>>>safely to WinXP (zipped file via ftp).
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>Is the FTP set to binary transfer. If it is set to ASCII transfer then it can be
>>>corrupted. Mind you I cant explain the reverse transfer to win working.
>>>
>>>You could always upload it to revonline or to some webspace as a .rev file and
>>>re-download it on the mac, just incase the corruption is via the unzipping on
>>>the mac.
>>>
>>>All the best
>>>Bob
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