JUKE(7)                                                   JUKE(7)

     NAME
          juke - CD-ROM jukebox

     SYNOPSIS
          9fs juke

     DESCRIPTION
          Each disc in the jukebox appears as a directory in /n/juke.
          Here are descriptions of many of them.

          ada                Ada Software Repository, 1993 edition.

          bookshelf          Microsoft bookshelf, 1987 edition.

          bookshop           Literature from Aeschylus to Woll-
                             stonecraft.

          bsd386             BSD/386 1.0 binary and source release
                             from Berkeley Software Design, Inc.

          bwp.*              Business white pages for the U.S. (dif-
                             ferent issue dates), from PhoneDisc.

          chess.[12]         Ken's chess endgames.

          comp.books         More literature, including ``Revolt of
                             the Cyberslaves''.

          comstock.v2        Black-and-white stock photographs on
                             business themes.

          cug                C and C++ source code from the C Users'
                             Group, vols. 100-382 (1993).

          dcw.[1-4]          Digital Chart of the World from U.S.
                             Department of Defense, 1992 edition.

          dss.???            Digitized Sky Survey (102 discs covering
                             the night sky); access with scat(7).

          etl.[cd]           Library of images intended for OCR
                             research.

          fractals           Fractal Frenzy, V2.0 (1994): images by
                             Lee H. Skinner, with source code.

          freeware           ``A lot of free software for UNIX,'' from
                             DEC (Nov., 1992; cf.  ptf.*).

          gifs.galore        Thousands of full color GIF images in

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                             dozens of categories.

          giga.games         DOS and Windows executables.

          gnu                Code from the Free Software Foundation:
                             X10R4, X11R2, and X11R3 (1989).

          gnux11r5           Code from the Free Software Foundation:
                             X11R5 (1991).

          graphics_formats   Disc accompanying Encyclopedia of
                             Graphics File Formats by James D. Murray
                             and William vanRyper (O'Reilly and Asso-
                             ciates, 1994), ISBN 1-56592-058-9.

          grips2             Government Raster Image Processing Soft-
                             ware.

          gutenberg          Electronic Texts of the Gutenberg Project
                             for 1991, 1992, and the first half of
                             1993.

          internet           ``12,000 documents about computers and
                             networks.''

          lanl.92            ``Scientific visualizations'' from Los
                             Alamos National Laboratory.

          libris_britannia   Public Domain/Shareware Library (PDSL)
                             from Great Britain.

          meckler            CDROMs in print.

          nasamg.05          NASA Magellan data (Venus).

          nasavg.??          NASA Voyager outer-planet data (12
                             discs).

          nasavo.2001        NASA Viking orbiter data (Mars).

          nist.hsf           National Institute of Standards and Tech-
                             nology Handwriting Sample Forms (experi-
                             mental OCR system).

          plan_9.*           Releases of the Plan 9 operating system.

          ptf.*              Prime Time Freeware updates (4 discs; cf.
                             freeware).

          qrz!               Ham radio stuff.

          rwp[ew].*          Residential white pages for eastern and

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                             western regions of the U.S. (different
                             issue dates), from PhoneDisc; access with
                             411.

          shakespeare        The immortal works of the bard (c. 1600).

          simtel_msdos       Simtel MSDOS Archive, October 1993 Edi-
                             tion.

          source             The Simtel20 Unix-C archive, the USENET
                             source archives, and a large collection
                             of MSDOS source code (1992).

          space              Space and Astronomy CDROM; materials col-
                             lected by Space Station Freedom BBS,
                             Louisville, KY.

          sprite             UCB's Sprite network operating system.

          supercomputing.93  Conference proceedings.

          taxinfo.93         For Windows; as yet not cracked for Plan
                             9.

          tiger90.*          Tiger geographic data base used in the
                             1990 U.S. census (44 discs); cf.
                             road(7).

          torontosun.90      The Toronto Sun for 1990; includes all
                             the articles, plus PCX images of the
                             front page.

          travel.adven       Photographs of cities, landscapes, moun-
                             tains, and oceans from around the world,
                             in GIF and TIFF format.

          uwedid1.[12]       ``University of Washington English Docu-
                             ment Image Database I.''

          worldfact.90       CIA World Fact Book, 1990 edition.

          wp[cesw].*         White pages for central, eastern, south-
                             ern, and western regions of the U.S.
                             (different issue dates), from ProPhone.

          wpf.*              The AT&T 800-number directory (different
                             issue dates), from ProPhone.

          ym.games           Games in source form intended for a Unix
                             environment.

     NOTE

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          An NFS server is provided for Unix systems.  The invocation
          is:

               /etc/mount -o soft,intr dj:/ /n/juke

     BUGS
          There are only four readers for hundreds of discs.  This
          material is not distributed outside Bell Labs.