Re: Things you can do...

Corey Betka (betka@tvd0074.urh.uiuc.edu)
Mon, 28 Apr 1997 15:36:38 -0500 (CDT)


On Mon, 28 Apr 1997, Douglas M. Waer x8226 wrote:

> Justin Dolske wrote:
> >
> > * New client front-end -- The current client isn't built for doing a
> > number of things people have suggested (eg, offline processing, better
> > stop/start support, etc). If you're an experienced C programmer (Windows,
> > Unix), this would be an interesting project. This won't involve the
> > key-crunching core code, so you don't need to know anything about DES. :-)
>
> BTW, I'd like to thank you guys for finishing the MacOS client. Funny
> thing though, my 100Mhz PPC Powerbook chews through keys as fast as the
> HP Unix station under my desk. I'm sure some hand assembled PPC code
> would do wonders. BTW, does the MacOS client use a BSD-like socket
> library, or is it written for Open-Transport/MacTCP?
>
Is the MacOS client publicly availble? If so, where can I get a
copy, we've got a campus full of Macs waiting to join up.....

Corey

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