Re: Win95 GUI front-end

dpush (dpush@mindspring.com)
Tue, 13 May 1997 17:20:16 -0500


At 1:41 PM -0700 5/13/97, Randy Weems wrote:

>But the real reason I wrote it is for the dial-up networking
>support; it has the option of initiating a dial-up networking connection just
>before the latest key block is done, waits
>for the results to be sent and a new block obtained, and
>then hangs up. This lets you run deschal on machines that
>don't have a dedicated Internet connection; the front-end
>will automatically connect for only about 1 minute when it's
>necessary. If you're connected to your ISP when the front-end
>starts to connect, it will use the current connection and not
>close your connection when done.

This is great!
Of course the obligatory: How about for the Mac client? In the works anyone?