On Thu 09 Aug 2007, Stephen Burke wrote:
> > Anyway, I'd be very glad to hear from you gurus
> > (a) if I am right in thinking that MindTerm should run as I said,
> > (b) if anyone is actually running MindTerm in this way, and
> > (c) if there is any rival program which serves the same purpose?
>> Ajaxterm is an alternative to MindTerm. I use ajaxterm and its very handy
> when there is restrictive proxies in place, e.g. Hotels etc.
>> Its on apt in Debian and Ubuntu :-)
> apt-get install ajaxterm
Thanks very much.
I'll look at that.
I run Fedora, and I didn't see it in the official repositories,
but I'll look further.
Actually, my MindTerm applet just came alive for some reason,
though I hadn't done anything to wake it up.
Maybe it needs a long incubation ...
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