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 -*- text -*-
-		  Getting GNU Software, 21 Mar 93
-Copyright (C) 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+		  Getting GNU Software, 14 May 94
+Copyright (C) 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
 
 
 	Permission is granted to anyone to make or distribute verbatim
 	copies of this document provided that the copyright notice and
-	this permission notice are preserved.
+	this permission notice are preserved, and that the distributor
+	grants the recipient permission for further redistribution as
+	permitted by this notice.
+
 
 * GNU and the Free Software Foundation
 
 compression program end in `.gz' (as opposed to `compress'-compressed
 files, which end in `.Z').
 
-Gzip can uncompress `compress'-compressed files and `pack' files
-(which end in `.z').  This is possible because the various
+Gzip can uncompress `compress'-compressed files and `pack'-compressed
+files (which end in `.z').  This is possible because the various
 decompression algorithms are not patented---only compression is.
 
-The gzip program is available from any GNU mirror site in shar, tar,
-or gzipped tar format (for those who already have a prior version of
-gzip and want faster data transmission).  It works on virtually every
-unix system, MSDOS, OS/2, and VMS.
+The gzip program is available from any GNU mirror site (see
+`/pub/gnu/GNUinfo/FTP' for a list of mirror sites) in shar, tar, or
+gzipped tar format (for those who already have a prior version of gzip
+and want faster data transmission).  It works on virtually every unix
+system, MSDOS, OS/2, and VMS.
 
 * Available Software
 
 	- manual source in TeX format.
 	- an enhanced regex (regular expression) library.
 
-See `/pub/gnu/GNUinfo/MACHINES' for the status of porting Emacs to
-various machines and operating systems.
+See files `/pub/gnu/GNUinfo/MACHINES*' for the status of porting Emacs
+to various machines and operating systems.
 
 ** C Scheme - a block structured dialect of LISP.
 
 The Free Software Foundation distributes C Scheme for the MIT Scheme
-Project on it tapes.  A partial ftp distribution can be found on
-prep.ai.mit.edu.  The full ftp distribution can be found on
-zurich.ai.mit.edu.
+Project on its Scheme tapes.  The full ftp distribution can be gotten
+via anonymous FTP from altdorf.ai.mit.edu in directory /archive.
 
 Problems with the C Scheme distribution and its ftp distribution
 should be referred to: <bug-cscheme@martigny.ai.mit.edu>.  There are
 ** Other GNU Software
 
 A full list of available software are in `/pub/gnu/GNUinfo/ORDERS' and
-`/pub/gnu/GNUinfo/DESCRIPTIONS'.
+`/pub/gnu/DESCRIPTIONS'.
 
 * No Warranties
 
 Your donations will help to support the foundation and make our future
 efforts successful, including a complete development and operating
 system, called GNU (Gnu's Not Un*x), which will run Un*x user
-programs.  Please note that donations and funds raise by selling
-tapes, cd-roms, and floppy diskettes are the major source of funding
+programs.  Please note that donations and funds raised by selling
+tapes, CD-ROMs, and floppy diskettes are the major source of funding
 for our work.
 
 For more information on GNU and the Foundation, contact us at Internet
 address <gnu@prep.ai.mit.edu> or the foundation's US Mail address
-found in file `/pub/gnu/GNUinfo/DISTRIB'.
+found in file `/pub/gnu/GNUinfo/ORDERS'.