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Catalog Number

102746462

Title

Doupnik, Joe oral history

Type

Text

Date

2012-07-13

Contributor

Bochannek, Alex, Interviewer
Dennis, Eric, Videographer
Doupnik, Joe R., Interviewee
Nelson, Lauren, Editor

Publisher

Computer History Museum

Place of Publication

Mountain View, California

Extent

25 p.

Copyright Holder

Computer History Museum

Description

Joe Doupnik discusses his involvement in the Kermit file transfer protocol and communications program, among other projects. He begins the interview describing his career as a professor at the University of California, San Diego, University of Utah, Columbia University and the University of Oxford. Doupnik goes on to discuss how his collaboration in NASA Space Internet and Novell, a computer networking company, led him to discover Kermit, since it was a program that ran Control Program/Monitor (CP/M). He continues by recounting his experiences with Kermit, its use, and working with Frank de Cruz and others who worked on Kermit at Columbia University.

Category

Transcription

Subject

Kermit; Novell, Inc.; CP/M; TCP/IP; Common Internet File System (CIFS); NASA Space Internet

Collection Title

Oral Histories Online

Lot Number

X6479.2012

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