John J. Boyer john.boyer at
Tue Sep 7 04:18:42 UTC 2010

cgitelnet sounds interesting. Where can I find the source code?


On Mon, Sep 06, 2010 at 09:52:24PM -0400, Henry Yen wrote:
> If simple shell commands would be all that's necessary, a different approach
> is to run a web-telnet translator on the linux server (cgitelnet).
> This can be accessed via any web browser, and there are flavors of this
> idea that have no concept of a terminal window, and thus are usable even
> with lynx.
> Further degenerating, there are e-mail-to-telnet translators, too...
> On Mon, Sep 06, 2010 at 21:18:21PM +0200, Ruud van den Bercken wrote:
> > I do not have any experience with a Pac Mate. On mobile devices like Windows
> > mobile and symbian phones, there is a putty client available.
> > When using a iphone, you could jailbreak (do not forget to change
> > root/mobile passwords) and use the terminal client to connect to servers
> > anywhere.
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