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The Icon Bar: News and features: The ARM Club take over ArcFS
 

The ARM Club take over ArcFS

Posted by Andrew Poole on 14:23, 8/5/2003 | , ,
 
The ARM ClubAs posted to the newsgroups, The ARM Club have taken over the distribution of the ArcFS archiving software. Tom Hughes of The ARM Club tells us that the latest version of ArcFS will be available at the Wakefield show this Saturday and is 26 and 32 bit compatible.

As always, there is a read-only version, which is available free of charge to download from The ARM Club's website. As for the full version, it can be purchased online using credit and debit cards from the same website.

Whats more, if you present your original ArcFS 2 disc at the Wakefield show along with 5, you can upgrade an older version to the nice new version. If you don't have a copy to upgrade, you can buy the full version for 10. The ARM Club's members get 10% discount, meaning the upgrade will then cost 4.50 and the full version 9.
 

  The ARM Club take over ArcFS
  monkeyson2 (14:37 8/5/2003)
  andypoole (14:42 8/5/2003)
    andrew (15:41 8/5/2003)
      mavhc (21:55 8/5/2003)
        chiller2 (22:09 13/6/2007)
          tribbles (21:14 14/6/2007)
          nunfetishist (22:51 14/6/2007)
          filecore (07:00 15/6/2007)
 
Phil Mellor Message #92145, posted by monkeyson2 at 14:37, 8/5/2003
monkeyson2Please don't let them make me be a monkey butler

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Does it come with a free boogaloo?
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Andrew Poole Message #92146, posted by andypoole at 14:42, 8/5/2003, in reply to message #92145

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Its unclear from the news posting
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Andrew Message #92147, posted by andrew at 15:41, 8/5/2003, in reply to message #92146
HandbagHandbag Boi
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HAs Mr.Tyrell got anything to do with this? Because if he ain't, I ain't goin' near it dude! No way man!
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Mark Scholes Message #92148, posted by mavhc at 21:55, 8/5/2003, in reply to message #92147
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Yay, I noticed the old site vanished a few months ago, good to see it found a new home, and with an extra 6 bits.
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Kelv Message #102892, posted by chiller2 at 22:09, 13/6/2007, in reply to message #92148
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So poor !ArcFS has been doomed to possibly the dullest grey page ever. Not even a pretty icon beside the download link.

Still, better that than it disappear from the web. Thanks ARM Club!

Now to add ArcFS to my RedSquirrel install!
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Jason Tribbeck Message #102917, posted by tribbles at 21:14, 14/6/2007, in reply to message #102892
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Holy thread ressurection, Batman!
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Rob Kendrick Message #102921, posted by nunfetishist at 22:51, 14/6/2007, in reply to message #102892
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Does ArcFS have much purpose when there's SparkFS?
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Jason Togneri Message #102926, posted by filecore at 07:00, 15/6/2007, in reply to message #102892

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So poor !ArcFS has been doomed to possibly the dullest grey page ever. Not even a pretty icon beside the download link.
To be honest, the Arm Club's entire site is dull, unattractive and pretty crap looking. Even back a dozen years when I had less HTML knowledge (never mind CSS and other web technologies), I could have knocked something together in HTML 3.01 that was bright and cheerful and friendly. You don't need graphics but you do need design. This is just... dull.
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