Roney Graf (roney.graf at uni-konstanz.de) wrote:
> In article <5k7veq$li2 at mercury.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk>, rls at ebi.ac.uk (Rodrigo
> Lopez) wrote:
> > TeraTerm for Windows95 (and Win31):
> > A customizable telnet client with VT100 (some
> > VT200/300) and TEK4010 emulations, X/ZModem, B-Plus,
> > Quick-VAN and Kermit transfer protocols, works on TCP/IP
> > connections, as wellas serial dial-ups. Scripting is possible with
> > "Tera Term Language".
>> Sounds o.k., what about an analogous thing for the Mac? A couple years
> back we had VersaTerm, but that one is commercial and not available here.
> Are there any free-/shareware options?
If you have a TCP/IP connection (with a Mac this is most likely) NCSA
Telnet offers TEK emulation for GCG graphics output. File transfer is
via ftp. I have no idea what else you need.
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