Commodore 64/128 Kermit
Kermit for the Commodore 64/128 includes VT100 and Tektronix terminal
emulation and a basic Kermit protocol implementation for file transfer.
It is well packaged and documented. It can be found here:
- Descriptions of the download packages (text)
- Self-Dissolving Archives for the download packages (binary) (1)
- User manual (plain text)
- Source code and related files (text) (1) (2)
- The FTP client built in to most web browsers can not
handle FTP URL's containing wildcards like "*". If yours falls into
this category, use FTP the old fashioned way to get
- Included among these files are actually two
Commodore Kermit programs, one written Forth (c644*.*), about which
little is known, and the other "mainstream" version (c64[a-z]*.*).
We do not have any Commodores here to make diskettes for you, so you must
either follow the directions for downloading and bootstrapping, or else obtain
a diskette from a user group, if there still are any.
Commodore Kermit is written in a language called CROSS, a portable assembler.
A CROSS assembler (written in C) that generates the machine code is included
is included with Apple II Kermit.
Commodore 64/128 Kermit / Columbia University / email@example.com / 1 Jan 2000