Kermit - Links
Corner of Kermit Place and Coney Island Avenue in Brooklyn, NYC.
- xtdialer and xtkermit
from Stewart A. Levin at Stanford University. xtdialer is
a graphical tool with pull-down menus for using Kermit to dial up and interact
with an automated telephone response system. xtkermit provides a generalized
popup menu interface to C-Kermit. Both are based on the Stanford Exploration
"xtpanel" scripting utility, and use GNU autoconfigure for easy
- GNU UNIX tools (head, tail, grep, pr, sort, tr, etc):
- The Medcom Group. Makers of
a Secure Sockets Relay product that can be used with Kermit 95 to make secure
connections to SSL Telnet servers.
- University of Queensland
(Australia), archive for SSL / SSLeay utilities (including a Telnet server),
specifications, and documents.
- The Hamilton C Shell: Programs
and filters for Windows 95, Windows NT, and OS/2
that can be used with the "file transfer pipes and filters" features of K95
1.1.12 and later, including a version of the Berkeley UNIX C-Shell and most
of its commands and filters, plus many original additions including a DES
- Meridian Technology Corporation,
maker of SuperLAT, LAT drivers for Windows 95 and NT that let Kermit 95 make
LAT connections to VMS hosts.
- InterConnections Inc / Emulex, maker of
TES32 for Windows 95, which allows Kermit 95 to make TES connections to VMS
Links / Kermit / Columbia University /
15 July 2007