Lysator's WWW server
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1993 04:39:59 +0200
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Subject: Lysator's WWW server
For those of you who haven't noticed, there is a new server, Lysators

The '/' page:

Lysator Academic Computer Society 

Lysator's Gopher service 
   Includes the 'Projekt Runeberg', the Scandinavian electronic text
   projekt, and a lot of info about Lysator and Linkvping in general. A lot
   of these texts are being converted to hypertext format, so they will be
   available directly in WWW soon.

Lysator's FTP service 
   A lot of files, including Prime/PRIMOS; science fiction info; Amiga;
   LPMUD; LysKOM apps; IRC; Gnu EMACS; Ident server software.

Info about the MUD:s at Lysator, and MUD in general 
   Some info about the three differents MUD's running at Lysator.

The Science Fiction Archive 
   The archive of Science Fiction and Fantasy that currently resides
   here at Lysator is a collection of texts saved from USENET during
   the last 7-8 years. It is mostly reviews and lists of different kinds.

The whole Hackers Jargon file 
   This one is more than 1Mb largs, so it will take quite some time to get
   it, and format it for viewing. It will be fixed later.

About Lysator 
   Some information about Lysator Academic Computer Society, Here
   all members are listed (more than 300). More data is on the way.

Om Lysator (As above, but in swedish). 
   Lite info om Lysator, den stvrsta universitetsdatorfvreningen i

Dynamic Information

Who's on at Lysator right now? 
   This is a listing of currently logged in persons.

Todays fortune 
   The infamous Fortune program.

Remote WWW's

Internet Info and all RFC's 
   The documents that provides the policies and standards of the 

The NCSA Mosaic Home Page 
   Information about the Mosaic client program for the World Wide Web.

Data by Subject 
   This is a listning of different WWW services available, organized by

Selected Data 
   Here you can find some files from all over Internet, that have been
   selected because of their interesting subjects (At the moment pointers
   to a lot of etexts).

Per Hedbor (