1. The FidoNet equivalent of FTP, in which one BBS system automatically dials another and snarfs one or more files. Often abbreviated “FReq”; files are often announced as being “available for FReq” in the same way that files are announced as being “available for/by anonymous FTP” on the Internet.
2. The act of getting a copy of a file by using the File Request option of the BBS mailer.
- File separator
character (FS) ASCII character 28. (1996-06-28)
noun 1. a computer that makes files available to workstations on a network. noun 1. (computing) the central unit of a local area network that controls its operation and provides access to separately stored data files
- File service protocol
protocol (FSP) A protocol, similar to FTP, for copying files between computers. It’s designed for anonymous archives, and has protection against server and network overloading. It doesn’t use connections so it can survive interruptions in service. Until 1993-08-12, FSP didn’t stand for anything. Wen-King was responsible for the initials and Michael Grubb firstname.lastname@example.org for their […]
- File space
noun the storage space available for files, either paper or electronic Word Origin 1885