| Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 10:51:55 +0100
| From: "Hamilton, David (TSG C&I)" <david.hamilton3 at hp.com>
| Has anyone found a nice terminal app to use with X?
| Something along the lines of seyon, but if there are any with built in
| SSH and telnet support and a few different terminal types it'd be good.
| I'm sick of having to use minicom in a terminal window.
kermit(1), a.k.a. C-Kermit, especially as directly
supports everything listed above?
or maybe good old (and I do mean _old_!) cu(1),
which is about as basic as you can get ....?
neither is an X11 client — you still would run
them in an X-terminal (e.g., xterm(1), mlterm(1),
`konsole', and many others), but they have a very
different interface than minicom(1), which might
be what you are really after?
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