OS/2 C-Kermit Overview
A generous selection of communication methods is offered, with all of
C-Kermit's features working
on all of them -- no need for
separate packages for different communication methods:
- Serial connections, direct or dialed. Automatic modem dialing with
dialing directory; speeds up to 57600 bps with hardware flow control and other
advanced features for today's high-speed modems.
- TCP/IP TELNET network connections.
- DEC PATHWORKS LAT connections.
- NETBIOS and Named Pipe peer-to-peer LAN connections.
DEC VT220, VT102, VT100, and VT52, as well as ANSI emulations.
- Full key mappings for VT100 and VT220 are included.
- A fully remappable keyboard, plus hot keys and key macros.
- A Compose key for accented and special characters.
- Virtually unlimited screen rollback,
thanks to OS/2's 32-bit virtual memory.
- Context-sensitive popup help screens.
- Mouse, printer, and color support; screen capture, print, and dump.
- The fastest and most
advanced implementation of the
Kermit file transfer protocol
- Long packets, up to 9000 bytes.
- Sliding windows, up to 32 window slots.
- Selectable control-character prefixing and unprefixing.
- Locking shifts.
- Transfer 8-bit data even on 7-bit connections.
- Text character-set conversion.
- Client-server operation.
- A brand new file-transfer recovery feature.
- Auto-upload, auto-download, auto-anything.
- Easy access to external protocols.
- HPFS, long file names, and Extended Attributes are fully supported.
- Transfer and replicate entire directory trees between two OS/2 systems!
- All communication tasks can be easily automated using C-Kermit's script
portable across hundreds of platforms and
communication methods. Script programs may also be written in REXX.
International character sets:
- Character sets and code pages are converted during both terminal emulation
and file transfer. All major character sets
are supported for West
European and East European languages, as well as Cyrillic, Hebrew, and
Japanese writing systems. Full Hebrew terminal emulation is included.
OS/2 C-Kermit / Columbia University / firstname.lastname@example.org