Kermit 95 for OS/2, or "Kermit/2" for short, is the new, low-cost, high-power, full-function, 32-bit native-mode 32-bit communications software for OS/2 from Columbia University, home of the Kermit file transfer protocol and software. OS/2 3.0 or later is required (Kermit 95 itself works in OS/2 2.x, but the Dialer requires the Work Place Shell and therefore OS/2 3.0 or later). Take a look:
SCREEN SHOTSKermit/2 was first released 8 February 1997, replacing OS/2 C-Kermit 5A(191) of April 1995. Version 2.1 was released in late 2002. For detailed specifications, licensing and ordering information, see:
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The Kermit 95 Order FormKermit/2 comes with a full-GUI Presentation Manager Dialer to set up your connections. Kermit/2 includes:
Kermit 95 for OS/2 2.1 is miles ahead of the old OS/2 C-Kermit:
C-Kermit 5A(191) Kermit/2 2.1 Terminal emulations: 6 40 Built-in modem types: 28 80 Graphical dialer and database: No Yes Browser interface: No Yes Connection shortcuts: No Yes Intelligent dialing: No Yes Portable dialing directory: No Yes Every key combo mappable: No Yes Built-in per-terminal keymaps: No Yes Built-in EMACS mode: No Yes Integrated XYZMODEM protocol: No Yes Auto-up/download: No Yes Host mode: No Yes Rlogin client: No Yes FTP client: No Yes Scrollback bookmark & search: No Yes Block structure for scripts: No Yes Internet security: No YesAnd lots more, including significant improvements in just about every area. Terminal emulations include VT320/220/102/100/52; ANSI, SCOANSI, AT386, Linux Console, Avatar; QNX; AIX; Siemens Nixdorf; Wyse 30/50/60/370; Televideo 910/925/950; DG200/210/217; HP 2621 and HPTERM; Heath/Zenith 19; Hazeltine 1500; Volker Craig 404; Honeywell VIP; many more.
Eight years of full-time development have gone into Kermit 95. It is not free software; it must be licensed. This is true for both the Windows and OS/2 versions.