Simple News Server for Usenet news.
C News is a light weight news server suitable for small feeds.
C News is very useful for keeping some usenet groups on a local system and
minimizing the time you need to stay connected to the internet.
The nntp package is needed for NNTP support.
You need the non-free ncompress package only if you want to exchange
news batches with sites where uncompress isn't gunzip.
Cleanup Release of C News, with patch CR.G April 1995
The current C News distribution can be retrieved by anonymous FTP from
ftp.cs.toronto.edu (file pub/c-news/c-news.tar.Z) or ftp.zoo.toronto.edu
(file pub/cnews.tar.Z). Please avoid major use of FTP during our peak
hours (0800-1800 Eastern time, zone -0500). Major archive sites such as
ftp.uu.net and ftp.funet.fi also usually have the lates
This is Debian/GNU Linux's prepackaged version of C News
by Geoff Collyer and Henry Spencer.
This package was originally put together by Otmar Lendl
(email@example.com). The sources are from ftp.sunet.se. The
installation procedure was completely rewritten by Roman Hodek
(Roman.Hodek@informatik.uni-erlangen.de). C News does not use a
numbered version scheme, but sets of patches. This version
This is C News.
C News is an implementation of the storage and forwarding subsystems of a
news system. We include a simple reader as a bonus, but more complex ones
will usually be wanted.
You may wish to read doc/problems, which discusses common difficulties,
and doc/trouble, which is the beginnings of a troubleshooting guide.
Discussion of C News issues usually takes place in the Usenet newsg
This directory contains the Debian example configuration for C News.
It is basically the example co
checknews - chec
postnews - simpl
readnews - read
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