Host: ftp.ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp User ID: anonymous Password: *************************(your e-mail addresss) Directory: /HUABy using the above-mentioned WWW-browser, if you click the place "Anonymous-FTP server" of the Home Page of Shizuoka University (http://www.shizuoka.ac.jp/), then you will find the "HUA" directory among other directories. You can archieve the same result by typing "ftp://ftp.ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp/HUA" in "Open Location" of the WWW-browser.
A:\>ftp ftp.ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp [return]Next, you will be asked for your user code:
Userid for logging in on news.ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp?Type:
ftp [return]Then you will be asked for your password:
Password for logging in as ftp on news.ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp?Please type here your e-mil address :
************************** [return](this will not appear on the screen) Then the following prompt will appear:
ftp: news.ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp>And you have entered the directory "anonymous ftp."
ftp>dirall the registered directory names in anonymous ftp will appear. Among them will be found the directory "HUA," under which the Husserl-Database is registered. By typing:
ftp>cd HUAyou can enter the directory of the Husserl-Database.
ftp>dirand get contents of the directory, you will find two sub-directories: "doc" (explanations, etc.) and "dat" (search results). Before going on to access the data in "dat," you should read the "readme.doc" (about the Husserl-Database) and the "rules.doc" (rules for using the Husserl-Database) in "doc." In order to access these files, please type:
ftp>cd doc [return]and you will find yourself with a list of document files with ".doc" at the end. If, for example, you type:
ftp>get readme.doc [return]Your computer will read this file.
ftp>quit [return]and read this file with an editor-application. In addition to "readme.doc" and "rules.doc," "manual.doc," "texas.doc," "register.doc," etc. are also included in the "doc" sub-directory, as is mentioned in "readme.doc." These can be accessed in the same way.
ftp>cd dat [return]and you will enter the sub-directory "dat." (Or, by typing "ftp>cd .." from the sub-directory "doc," you can turn back to the upper directory, or, by typing "ftp>cd /" from a lower directory, you can turn back to the root directory "HUA.") When you type:
ftp>dir [return]you will find sub-directories for each volume with the names "hua_11", "hua_13," "hua_14," "hua_15," "hua_16." Then, if you will look into for exemple the volume 11, type:
ftp>dir cd hua_11[return]you can enter into the sub-directory of the voluem 11.
ftp>dir [return]you will find files with the names "inhalt.dat", "list-t.dat", "list-a.dat", "list-e.dat","a.dat" ... "z.dat", "minder.dat", "anmerk.dat", "einleit.dat".
ftp>get a.dat [return]and the file will be read into your computer.
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