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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001364.txt from 1998/03

From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.com>
Subj: Re: Recording; list serv issues
Date: Sun, 29 Mar 1998 18:37:49 -0500

ROBERT HOWE wrote:
>
> Two things. First, can anyone help me figure out how to take a sound in
> my computer's files and put it on cassette tape, so that my son can use
> it for a presentation at school without schlepping a Macintosh into the
> classroom?

If your sound producing system from the Mac has a line out and the
cassette recorder has a line in ... shouldn't be hard at all.

> Second, on return from vacation, despite having sent the requisite
> message to the listserv address with no subject and the message
> "postpone doublereed-l" or "postpone klarinet", I had 224 messages on
> line, 209 from those lists. Whither did I go wrong?

There is no such command on the klarinet listserv! (you _did_ save
those instructions from the listserv, right ?^) or sent the command
help
to the listserv to find out how to do things?)

In any case, you can -> unsubscribe <- from the klarinet list
or klarinet-digest ( unsubscribe <listname> ) but you can't do
much of anything else in the way of vacation stuff. What I suggest
is either:
1) Unsuscribing from klarinet and subscribing to the digest while
you're away (fewer mail messages stacked up) or
2) unsubscribe from klarinet and resubscribe when you get back. Retrieve
the missing articles from the server at your leisure using the
"get" command. For specific instructions on how to use this, issue
the "help" command to the listserv or visit my Klarinet helper
page at http://www.sneezy.org/clarinet/Klarinet which will issue
the proper commends for you, emailing the results back to you.

I don't know anything about the doublereed list; they may use a
completely different system.

Cheers,
--
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