In message <9304141604.AA04962@frobenius.math.psu.edu> you write:
>Another patch? I still haven't managed to get the first one. There is
>nothing at dimacs.rutgers.edu except old versions of GAP. All the
>files in the gap directory there have 1992 dates.
>Last time I managed to connect to wuarchive.wustl.edu, about a week
>ago, the first patch still was not there. wustl is usually not
>available during normal hours because its limit for anonymous logins
>(175 users, which is very liberal, I think) is full.
>I haven't checked the machine in California. I think that's the one I
>always have trouble with, because it generates gigantic directory
>Where are people in the US or Canada getting these patches from?
In case anyone is interested, I've begun using an automatic mirroring shell
which, every night, updates my copies of everything on samson relating to
GAP. This mirror is available via anonymous ftp from <dehn.mth.pdx.edu>.
Those in the US are welcome to use this site as an alternative source of
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