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Re: Serial comm program

On Wed, Aug 10, 2005 at 05:13:45AM +0000, Karl O. Pinc wrote:
> As for the rest of it, why have everything in one big wad?
> If you want a window with scrollback use an xterm.
> If you want ssh/scp/sftp/telnet/rsh then use that
> program.  If you want session logging use script.
> If you want kermit/xmodem/ymodem/zmodem use kermit
> or sz/rz/sx/rx etc.  And you can script it all to
> automate your tasks, which you can't do with a
> regular GUI.  If you can't recall the commands and
> _must_ have them in a menu then wack something
> out with tcl/tk or make a special menu bar/drawer/applets
> with gnome or whatever.


That's the cliche of how Linux people treat questions, right there.  "If you
want a program like that, just write one yourself."

Can no one answer the actual question?

To the OP:  have you looked at Seyon?
Carl Fink                                         carl@fink.to
If you attempt to fix something that isn't broken, it will be.
        -Bruce Tognazzini

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