Worm Breeder's Gazette 11(4): 4b
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It will not come as a surprise that yet another computer system can be used to access the contig libnraries, but I thought I'd send it in for the sake of completeness. The Amiga can be used for this purpose and is considerably easier than the IBM based system Smarterm 240 (at least in my hands). The emulator for the Amiga is called A-Talk III and is specifically for a Tektronix 4014. The settings are the same as described for the IBM. The nice thing about the Amiga is that it is multi-tasking so you can access the library while your really big time consuming program is running in the background. In addition, since the Amiga supports an IBM (MS-DOS) domain on its hard drive, if you're married to IBMness you can also access the library from this domain using Smarterm. I haven't tried it, but I think you could access the library through two numbers at the same time (need two modems) since the machine is multi-tasking.