Using C-Kermit: Communication Software for OS/2, Atari ST, UNIX, OS-9, VMS, AOS/VS, AMIGA

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Digital Press, Jan 21, 2016 - Computers - 514 pages
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An introduction and tutorial as well as a comprehensive reference


Using C-Kermit describes the new release, 5A, of Columbia University's popular C-Kermit communication software - the most portable of all communication software packages. Available at low cost on a variety of magnetic media from Columbia University,
C-Kermit can be used on computers of all sizes - ranging from desktop workstations to minicomputers to mainframes and supercomputers. The numerous examples, illustrations, and tables in Using C-Kermit make the powerful and versatile C-Kermit functions
accessible for new and experienced users alike.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 Running CKermit
15
Chapter 3 Getting Connected
37
Chapter 4 Terminal Connection
79
Chapter 5 The Basics of File Transfer
95
Chapter 6 Solving File Transfer Problems
121
Chapter 7 Using a Kermit Server
139
Chapter 8 File Transfer Power Tools
151
A Condensed Guide to Serial Data Communications
359
UNIX CKermit
375
VMS CKermit
399
OS2 CKermit
419
AOSVS CKermit
441
Other CKermit Versions
449
Character Set Tables
459
DOSUNIX File Conversion Script
475

Chapter 9 International Character Sets
169
Chapter 10 Transferring Files without the Kermit Protocol
199
Chapter 11 Command Files Macros and Variables
209
Chapter 12 Programming Commands
235
Chapter 13 Script Programming
273
Chapter 14 CommandLine Options
311
CKermit Command Reference
323
Hexification Programs
477
ShiftInShift Out Filter
479
Acronyms and Abbreviations
481
Bibliography
491
Trademarks
497
Index
501
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About the author (2016)

Frank da Cruz is Manager of Communications Software

Development at Columbia University. He was the leader of the group that created the Kermit file transfer protocol and wrote the first Kermit programs. He has written several books for Digital Press, including Kermit: A File Transfer Protocol and two editions of Using C-Kermit, and is principal

author of the C-Kermit software for Unix and VMS and co-author of Kermit 95 for Windows.

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