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Terminal Emulator for SCO on windows.

Posted on 2003-11-20
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I currently use sco termlite 1.03 emulator on my windows machine but i want a more up to date emulator.

Can anyone suggest a free or really cheap emulator? would like one that will let me record hotkeys and stuff.
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Question by:Peter1985
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Free:
http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/

any from there
<http://directory.google.com/Top/Computers/Security/Products_and_Tools/Cryptography/SSH/Clients/Windows/>

Vandyke is the best of paid - excellent vt220 + ansi colour support, serial support, block write etc....

Sorry for giving pointers to universal tools, which include SSH support, but most of up-to-date terminal programs do this...once you like one you can use it somewhere else too.
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by:just_bob
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Eric's Telnet 98...

http://www.telnet98.com

Cheap as chips and does sco color ansi.

JJT
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