Communications Programs

brennan@server.cs.jhu.edu
Wed, 10 Apr 91 00:37:48 -0400

As far as the Kermit goes, you could get a copy of v3.00.
This is still quite small (132K) ... It's probably available on one
of the big ftp sites; try wuarchive.wustl.edu ...

I prefer Kermit because of its ability to reconfigure the
keyboard mapping and the different terminal emulations it provides
(VT320, VT102, TEK4010) (not to mention the fact that it's free).
The keyboard remapping is especially important with nonstandard
keyboard configurations like the Ultralite's.

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