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Re: [K12OSN] Linux version of Hyperterminal



Thanks for all of your replies. I will try out minicom first and see how it goes. Will let you all know how it goes from there....

...bk

Doug Simpson wrote:

Isn't it just terminal software?

There is minicom. . .

But if the computers are already connected with IP, they should be able to telnet to the routers just the same. . .

(I know telnet is old and insecure, but I figured if students were going to be connecting to them, then it was for a class, and those routers would not be connected to the world. . .)

But if you are connecting them by a serial cable, minicom should work and it comes with most linux distributions.


Doug Simpson Technology Specialist DeQueen Public Schools DeQueen, AR 71832 simpsond leopards k12 ar us Tux for President!

On Sat, 30 Apr 2005, Byron Kapali wrote:



Does anyone know of a good program that is similar to Hyperterminal? My students need to access routers for labs and since I've changed over to Ubuntu on their workstations I didn't plan on a hyperterminal type of app not being there. Any suggestions?

...byron

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