Gopher client

Gopher client

(networking)
A program which runs on your local computer and provides a user interface to the Gopher protocol and to gopher servers. Web browsers can act as Gopher clients and simple Gopher-only clients are available for ordinary terminals, the X Window System, GNU Emacs, and other systems.

ftp://boombox.micro.umn.edu/.
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Gopher users need a program -- a Gopher client -- running on their own computer to access Gopher servers.
At Cornell, Web browser software is now distributed free to students, faculty, and staff as part of a software package that allows menued access to a variety of network resources, including the online catalog, periodical indexes, OCLC and RLIN, course schedules, grades, bursar accounts, and a local Gopher client.
When a gopher client is started, it simply "asks" the remote gopher server for a menu of information files it can offer the user.
Below are a few items noted from a recent issue, plus information on how to subscribe to INFOBITS via e-mail or read it online via a Gopher client.
Gopher users may find it by accessing the UIUC Gopher (those without access to a Gopher client may telnet to UIUC's public Gopher server, ux1.
This comprehensive package includes terminal emulation, NFS client/server, bi-directional printing, FTP client/server, Gopher client, Web browser, email, Usenet news, and UNIX utilities.
The next stage in the evolution of gopher clients was the commercial availability of pre-packaged suites of Internet applications, which include a gopher client in addition to such applications as e-mail and a newsreader.
To access the Readmore gopher, point your gopher client to: gopher.
As always, you can retrieve any file by the e-mail facility if you do not have a gopher client.
Internet Chameleon features eighteen dial-up Internet tools including: Automatic Internet, ECCO Internet Address Book, WebSurfer, SMTP Mail, NewtNews, offline Gopher client, Archie, Talk, FTP client and server, Telnet, Ping, Finger, and WhoIs.
By year-end, IBM'S AS/400 Division will provide native Gopher Client software, allowing any user on an AS/ 400 attached to the Internet network to directly access this information.
The suite comprises the Trumpet Winsock TCP/IP "stack" and SLIP/PPP dialer (required by each of the other applications during operation), the Netscape Navigator(TM) World Wide Web browser, Pegasus E-Mail, the News Xpress newsreader, EWAN terminal emulation software, WS_FTP file transfer software, WSArchie search software, the WSGopher gopher client, and WSIRC chat software.