Zoc7 and SSH dump
ZOC (not) DOC
a sprawling, not-cohesive account of downloading a program, pressing buttons, discovering RFCs, typing-out-loud about interesting RFCs, a bloated and even more discursive glossary compiled along the way, and in no way represents the thoughts/beliefs of tyler sayles’s more rational, goal-oriented 2018-mind...
(run sample script) is a button / hello world in the nav
shows the source:
/* REXX */ /* ^^^^^^ REXX programs always begin with /* REXX */ on the first line */ /* clear the screen */ CALL ZocClearScreen SAY "This is a REXX scripting example." SAY /* Ask user for his/her name */ who= ZocAsk("What is your name") /* print some text to the ZOC window */ /* (this time we're using REXX's internal SAY command) */ SAY "Hello "||who||"!" SAY SAY "Thank you for choosing the ZOC Terminal." SAY SAY "For more information about REXX scripting, please " SAY "read the help topic at the bottom of the ZOC Script " SAY "menu. Alternately look at the extra documentation at " SAY "http://www.emtec.com/zoc/documents.html" EXIT
another button: (call to a host directory)
Connected to TELEHACK port 39 It is 6:05 pm on Friday, November 2, 2018 in Mountain View, California, USA. There are 45 local users. There are 26637 hosts on the network. Type HELP for a detailed command list. Type NEWUSER to create an account. May the command line live forever.
powerful terminal emulator with a comprehensive collection of efficient tools for establishing Telnet and secure shell connections to hosts and mainframes
while looking up some terms above, the Host (network) entry has this P that included most of them
In operating systems, the term terminal host denotes a time-sharing computer or multi-user software providing services to computer terminals, or a computer that provides services to smaller or less capable devices, such as a mainframe computer serving teletype terminals or video terminals. Other examples of this architecture include a telnet host connected to a telnet server and an xhost connected to an X Window client.
using the .rfc 0 command, one (me) finds that the first RFC deals with… yes, “Host Software. S. Crocker. April 1969”
I. A Summary of the IMP Software Messages Information is transmitted from HOST to HOST in bundles called messages. A message is any stream of not more than 8080 bits, together with its header. The header is 16 bits and contains the following information: Destination 5 bits Link 8 bits Trace 1 bit Spare 2 bits
while in evaluation mode, in Telehack, typing help will bring up a list of commands
.ching I Ching / The Book of Changes
(c) 1995, 1999 Albert Dvornik <email@example.com>
Hexagram text (c) 1988 The Regents of the University of California
Type HELP CHING for more documentation
Type your question now: what do i needa do tn
Consulting the Oracle …………………………..
60. Chieh / Limitation -- -- ----- above K'an The Abysmal, Water -- -- -- -- ----- below Tui The Joyous, Lake ----- The Judgement Limitation. Success. Galling limitation must not be persevered in. Water over lake: the image of Limitation. Thus the superior man Creates number and measure, And examines the nature of virtue and correct conduct.
The HOSTS command prints an up-to-date list of every host on the network.
traceroute show path to
so, together, find a host, then traceroute arandomhost and u’ll get:
.hosts amtfocus Motorola, Inc. General Systems Secto Arlington Heights // etc .traceroute amtfocus traceroute to amtfocus, 10 hops max, 40 byte packets 1 telehack 24.103 ms 18.078 ms 18.170 ms 2 oddjob 24.236 ms 26.220 ms 38.244 ms 3 clout 33.137 ms 42.621 ms 56.783 ms 4 mcdchg 48.968 ms 50.753 ms 55.507 ms 5 amtfocus 59.389 ms 98.560 ms 60.775 ms
returns a list of games e.g. zork a text based adventure game w/ a siq wiki (opens new window) history in early computin’
.zork ZORK Welcome to ZORK. Release 13 / Serial number 040826 / Inform v6.14 Library 6/7 West of House This is an open field west of a white house, with a boarded front door. There is a small mailbox here. A rubber mat saying 'Welcome to Zork!' lies by the door. >fun That's not a verb I recognise. >go You'll have to say which compass direction to go in. >go north North of House You are facing the north side of a white house. There is no door here, and all the windows are barred.
A terminal emulator, terminal application, or term, is a program that emulates a video terminal within some other display architecture. Though typically synonymous with a shell or text terminal, the term terminal covers all remote terminals, including graphical interfaces. A terminal emulator inside a graphical user interface is often called a terminal window. e.g. Terminal.app, iTerm, and… ZOC :~)
Secure Shell (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol for operating network services securely over an unsecured network. Typical applications include remote command-line login and remote command execution, but any network service can be secured with SSH.
Telnet is a protocol used on the Internet or local area network to provide a bidirectional interactive text-oriented communication facility using a virtual terminal connection. User data is interspersed in-band with Telnet control information in an 8-bit byte oriented data connection over the Transmission Control Protocol.
host i think this word is confusing becuase it literally has 6+ definitions regularly used that mean v different things, so here are some:
a simple utility for performing DNS lookups. It is normally used to convert names to IP addresses and vice versa
$ host hackmd.io hackmd.io has address 220.127.116.11 hackmd.io has address 18.104.22.168 hackmd.io has IPv6 address 2406:da14:88d:a100:1a64:5804:bc86:2c3b hackmd.io has IPv6 address 2406:da14:88d:a101:4dc5:6749:42f4:d474 hackmd.io mail is handled by 10 inbound-smtp.us-east-1.amazonaws.com.
the good ole dictionary is good for understanding this concept of a host computer…
a person, place, or organization that holds and organizes an event to which others are invited: Innsbruck once played host to the Winter Olympics.
(also host computer) a computer that mediates multiple access to databases mounted on it or provides other services to a computer network.
store (a website or other data) on a server or other computer so that it can be accessed over the
A network host is a computer or other device connected to a computer network. A network host may offer information resources, services, and applications to users or other nodes on the network. A network host is a network node that is assigned a network address.
Computers participating in networks that use the Internet protocol suite may also be called IP hosts. Specifically, computers participating in the Internet are called Internet hosts, sometimes Internet nodes. Internet hosts and other IP hosts have one or more IP addresses assigned to their network interfaces. The addresses are configured either manually by an administrator, automatically at startup by means of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), or by stateless address autoconfiguration methods.
Network hosts that participate in applications that use the client-server model of computing, are classified as server or client systems. Network hosts may also function as nodes in peer-to-peer applications, in which all nodes share and consume resources in an equipotent manner.
the wiki goes on to the origin of the concept which is fascinating, and mentions telnet, and reminded me that the internet and (D)arpanet = related
rfc returns all rfcs w/ indexes so,
.rfc 308 gives u
Network Working Group Marc Seriff Request for Comments 308 MIT-DMCG NIC 9259 13 MARCH 1972 References: RFC 254 ARPANET HOST AVAILABILITY DATA Several months ago a SURVEY program was implemented on the MIT-DMCG ITS PDP-10 system to aid in gathering information on the availability of various HOSTS on the ARPANET. The purpose of this Request for Comments is threefold: 1. to inform the Network Working Group of the existence of this information gathering service and about getting access to it, 2. to present the results of SURVEY for its first few months, and 3. to correct errors in our data or collection methods.
It is yet-another shell environment for the web. Wash's special trick is that it can “mount” virtual file systems using postMessage based IPC.
ScanSSH supports scanning a list of addresses and networks for open proxies, SSH protocol servers, Web and SMTP servers. Where possible ScanSSH, displays the version number of the running services. ScanSSH protocol scanner supports random selection of IP addresses from large network ranges and is useful for gathering statistics on the deployment of SSH protocol servers in a company or the Internet as whole.