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Re: Any Better Binary News-Group Solution?



Hi, Larry:

I'm absolutely not competent to give you a comparison between slrn and
trn. I use usenet very infrequently anymore, and I wasn't even aware trn
was still being packaged. If you have it working and it meets your
needs, absolutely stay with it.

Janina

Hart Larry writes:
> Well Jinina, I may have checked out slrn years ago, but forgot what
> it was like.  Meanwhile since I asked this, I discovered that
> running the current trn version 4.0 test 77 in Debian, so far I can
> actually load a 7million article binary group.  Far beyound my
> wildest dreams.
> Please inform what I would like better of slrn over trn?  Thanks so
> much-and-your other reply on errors in a console.
> Hart
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