A text-based modem control and terminal emulation program
Minicom is a simple text-based modem control and terminal emulation
program somewhat similar to MSDOS Telix. Minicom includes a dialing
directory, full ANSI and VT100 emulation, an (external) scripting
language, and other features.
Lrz/Lsz is a cosmetically modified zmodem/ymodem/xmodem package built from the
public-domain version of Chuck Forsberg's rzsz package. This package contains
NO code from later releases of rzsz which would preclude it from being released
under the GPL.
Lrz/Lsz was created to provide a working GNU copylefted zmodem solution for
the Debian GNU/Linux distribution, although it will work for any Linux
This file lists the most important changes to
the previous released version. For a full list of changes
please refer to the ChangeLog file.
New for version 2.3:
- Fix build on Mac OS X
- New version of the dial format to be little and big endian as well as
32/64 bit safe
- Support more baud rates
- Handle device disappearances (e.g. serial-USB device unplug)
- Various build and other fix
ASCII-XFR(1) Linux Users Manual ASCII-XFR(1)
ascii-xfr - upload/download files using the ASCII protocol
ascii-xfr -s|-r [-ednv] [-l linedelay] [-c characterdelay]
Ascii-xfr Transfers files in ASCII mode. This means no flow
control, no checksumming and no file-name negotiation. It
MINICOM(1) Version 2.1 MINICOM(1)
minicom - friend
runscript - scri
XMINICOM(1) Linux Users Manual XMINICOM(1)
xminicom - frien
2008-02-24 Adam Lackorzynski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Release 2.3.
* src/config.c: Fix in
$Id: ChangeLog.old,v 184.108.40.206 2003/03/30 18:55:36 al-guest Exp $
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