accessing my linux box via telnet
terry at klarich.net
Sat May 5 14:44:38 UTC 2007
I use the English version quite successfully both for ssh and telnet sessions.
I would highly recommend its use with jaws.
On Sat, 05 May 2007 18:00:42 +0900 (JST)you write:
> I use UTF-8 Tera Term Pro with ttssh2, which is a successor of original Tera
>It is also a free software.
>It works well with JAWS.
>I am a Japanese user but UTF-8 Tera Term has Japanese and English
>version so it may run well with 101 keybords.
> If you run it with JAWS, I recommend you to set cursor shape to
>vertical bar rather than box. Then JAWS finds cursor accurately.
> It has built-in ssh support with plain password/public key
>authentication. It can be used as a serial terminal emulator.
>I think it can be one stop solution for UNIX terminal software for windows.
>UTF-8 Tera Term
> Koichi Inoue, ARGV
> E-Mail: inoue at argv.org
> Weblog: http://d.hatena.ne.jp/inopie/
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