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Short:LAN Chat program - Oratory98 PC -win ver.
Author:oratory98 at hotmail.com
Uploader:mag_torg hig no (Magnus Rivertz Torgersen)
Type:comm/net
Architecture:m68k-amigaos
Date:1999-08-31
Download:http://aminet.net/comm/net/amitory10pc.lha - View contents
Readme:http://aminet.net/comm/net/amitory10pc.readme
Downloads:2475




This is the pc version of Oratory. Compatible with
Amitory on Aminet.

This is probably the best Chat program available for
computers connected on a LAN with other Amiga's or
PC's.

No server is needed, and you have a lot of the
posibilities that IRC have.

It's only ment for use on LAN'S, and will NOT work
through the internet.

This is the Oratory 98 1.00.26 for win95/98



What is Oratory?

   Amitory is a chat program made for use on a local
   area network (usually ethernet with tcp/ip packets)
   It does not need any servers because all messages
   are sent by UDP to the broadcast address
   It's probably the best chat program for use
   internally on a LAN!


   It's designed for a maximum of 254 users, and it's
   required that all users that are going to chat with
   each other have the same three parts of there IP
   addresses. Netmask should (but not nescessarily (?))
   be 255.255.255.0 (check your tcp/ip stack).



Background

   Oratory for PC have existed in some years already,
   but no Amiga version have been made.
   I waited a year for a Linux version to port, but
   the linux port of Amitory didn't progress to fast,
   and was quite buggy.

   Because of this, I decided to make an Amiga
   version of this program, without building it on any
   code of the pc or linux versions.

   I didn't have much experience with coding, but I'd
   made some small tools in arexx earlier.
   That is why I decided to use arexx.

   At first my plan was as simple as just see what
   the other sayd, without any possibility to join or
   to send messages. But after some coding, I found
   out how to expand it. After some days of coding,
   I had a complete Oratory for the Amiga in mind,
   and I called it Amitory.

   I needed a GUI too, and because I do like MUI,
   the choice was simple -MuiRexx to make the GUI



This is the windows version. It's freeware, and
I've got permission to spread it from it's author.



Author Amigaversion



   If you have any questions, please let me know.
   Now in the first steps, I would also like to know
   if you have made it work at all, but that shouldn't
   be a problem -I hope....


   Magnus R Torgersen
   e-mail: mag_torg at hig.no
   ICQ: 28307453


Author PC version

	Anders Stalheim Øfsdahl
	oratory98 at hotmail.com

Oratory is freeware as long as the users are students or
not part of a non-commercial organization.


Contents of comm/net/amitory10pc.lha
 PERMSSN    UID  GID    PACKED    SIZE  RATIO     CRC       STAMP          NAME
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[generic]               352915  809984  43.6% -lh5- 46ad May  7  1998 Oratory.exe
[generic]                  798    1537  51.9% -lh5- 9e3e May  3  1998 readme.txt
---------- ----------- ------- ------- ------ ---------- ------------ -------------
 Total         2 files  353713  811521  43.6%            Aug 31  1999

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