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JTA may be run as a standalone application (using class de.mud.jta.Main), or as a Java Applet (class de.mud.jta.Applet).
It's modular structure allows one to configure the software to act either as a sophisticated terminal emulation and/or, adding the network backend, as telnet implementation. Additional modules provide features like scripting or an improved graphical user interface.
JTA - Telnet/SSH for the JAVA(tm) platform ========================================== (c) Matthias L. Jugel, Marcus Meißner 1996-2005. All Rights Reserved. Please make sure you read and understood the documentation that comes with this software. The documentation explains about the most common problems encountered and contains information about the license this software is covered by. By using more»
JTA Quick Start =============== To run JTA as an SSH client: java -jar /usr/share/java/jta.jar -plugins Status,Socket,SSH,Terminal your_server_name 22 To run JTA as an applet, create a web page like: <html> <body> <applet CODEBASE="." ARCHIVE="jta26.jar" CODE="de.mud.jta.Applet" WIDTH=590 HEIGHT=360> <param name="Applet.detach" value="true"> <param name="Applet.detach. more»
jta (2.6+dfsg-5) unstable; urgency=low [ tony mancill ] * Team upload. * Exchange description lines in debian/control (Closes: #647588) [ James Page ] * Fix FTBFS with OpenJDK7 (LP: #888954) (Closes: #651523): - d/ant.properties: Specify source/target as 1.5 for javac and javadoc ant tasks to ensure backwards compatibility and work around Java 7 encoding errors. -- Mi more»
This package was debianized by Jaldhar H. Vyas <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Tue, 10 Feb 2004 19:40:16 -05 more»