Kermit, a file transfer protocol

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Digital Press, 1987 - Computers - 379 pages
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This authoritative, all-in-one introduction, manual, and complete reference shows readers - at all levels of technical expertise - how to use Kermit to transfer diverse data between different computer systems and data communications environments. Using tutorials, case studies, and examples of actual Kermit codes, it provides instructions for basic use and a detailed description of the Kermit protocols: * File management through protocols * Command referencing and extended features * Telecommunications protocols

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Introduction
2
The Basics
10
Figure 21 Two Computers Two Kermit Programs
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