uucp --how-to

From: shyam (shyam_at_cdotb.ernet.in)
Date: 10/16/03

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    Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2003 18:55:36 +0530
    
    

    hi guys

    Basically i am a solaris user ,just i want know how i can use uucp in
    linux (REDHAT 8.0) in the same way as in solaris ie,

    i will put a string "server Any TCP 1010 202.41.75.45 " in
    /etc/uucp/Systems file and i simply say "cu server " this will take me
    to the port no .1010 of 202.41.75.45

    how do i accomplish this in linux ??

    any help is percious

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