friendly menu driven serial communication program
Minicom is a clone of the MS-DOS "Telix" communication program. It emulates
ANSI and VT102 terminals, has a dialing directory and auto zmodem download.
minicom for Debian
minicom normally needs to be setuid root so normal users can access the
devices. In Debian, minicom is not setuid root and users need to be added
to the `dialout' group to be able to access serial devices.
After minicom has been installed, you should run minicom as root with the
`-s' flag to set the system-wide configuration, which will be written to
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
1. Graphics with termcap.
Some terminals, such as most consoles on Unixes that run on IBM
compatible PC's, can display special line drawing characters.
If these characters map 1-to-1 to the IBM character set, you can just
use the '-l' (literal) flag when invoking minicom. If your
terminal cannot display the IBM characters directly, you should add
the 'as', 'ae' and 'ac' entries to your termcap.
1. Missing capability in the linux terminfo entry.
You should check if your linux terminfo descript
This file lists the most important changes to
the previous released version. For a full list of cha
ASCII-XFR(1) Linux Users Manual ASCII-XFR(1)
ascii-xfr - uplo
MINICOM(1) Version 2.1 MINICOM(1)
minicom - friend
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