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NewsX is an NNTP client for Unix. It will connect to a remote NNTP server and post outgoing articles batched by the news system, as well as fetch incoming articles. It provides the NNTP capabilities required for small local news spools on installations with NNTP access only through limited ISP accounts. It works well via a dialup SLIP/PPP connection.

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  •  23 May 2003 09:33

    Release Notes: The source code has been fixed to compile with INN 2.4 and Mac OS X, and autoconf has been updated. Aborted fetches now update the state more consistently. Configure now insists that libinn and libstorage be present for recent versions of INN. For increased FHS compatibility per-host profiles can now reside in /etc/ newsx.

    •  04 Oct 2002 11:54

      Release Notes: This release contains a number of bugfixes, in particular with issues relating to compatibility with newer INN versions. The potential security issue addressed by the previous patch is also incorporated.

      •  05 Apr 2002 16:47

        Release Notes: This release adds better handling of articles with improper CRs. A switch was made from mktemp() to mkstemp(), where available. Support for an RPM package was added. Name space collisions for newer INN versions were fixed (xmalloc, etc.). INN storage manager fixes and tagged hash fixes were made. Many documentation and other patches were added.

        •  22 May 1999 17:20

          Release Notes: Many improvements and bug fixes -- see the NEWS file for details.

          •  02 Sep 1998 21:33

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            19 Nov 2000 21:29 thilo

            Newsx
            My all day favourit news-sucker. You can feed rnews directly via
            an Option and many more things. Just perfect.

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