TSS (I) 3/15/72 TSS (I) NAME tss -- interface to Honeywell TSS SYNOPSIS tss DESCRIPTION tss will call the Honeywell 6070 on the 201 data phone. It will then go into direct access with TSS. Output generated by TSS is typed on the standard output and input requested by TSS is read from the standard input with UNIX typing conventions. An interrupt signal (ASCII DEL) is transmitted as a "break" to TSS. Input lines beginning with ! are interpreted as UNIX commands. Input lines beginning with ~ are interpreted as commands to the interface routine. ~<file insert input from named UNIX file ~>file deliver tss output to named UNIX file ~p pop the output file ~q disconnect from tss (quit) ~r file receive from HIS routine CSR/DACCOPY ~s file send file to HIS routine CSR/DACCOPY Ascii files may be most efficiently transmitted using the HIS routine CSR/DACCOPY in this fash- ion. Underlined text comes from TSS. AFTname is the 6070 file to be dealt with. SYSTEM? CSR/DACCOPY (s) AFTname Send Encoded File ~s file SYSTEM? CSR/DACCOPY (r) AFTname Receive Encoded File ~r file FILES /dev/dn0, /dev/dp0 SEE ALSO -- DIAGNOSTICS DONE when communication is broken. BUGS When diagnostic problems occur, tss exits rather abruptly.