TSS(I) 3/15/72 TSS(I) NAME tss - interface to MH-TSS SYNOPSIS tss DESCRIPTION Tss will call the Honeywell 6070 on the 201 data phone. It will then go into direct access with MH-TSS. Output generated by MH-TSS is typed on the standard output and input requested by MH-TSS is read from the standard input with UNIX typing conventions. An interrupt signal is transmitted as a `break' to MH-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 fashion. Bold face text comes from MH-TSS. Aftname is the 6070 file to be dealt with; file is the UNIX file. 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, /etc/msh DIAGNOSTICS Most often, `Transmission error on last message.' BUGS When problems occur, and they often do, tss exits rather abruptly.