From: David Abdurachmanov <cybaslt@ho...> - 2011-01-26 08:10:03
ckermit is quite good for Linux and Mac machines (despite the fact that it
tends to fail drawing correctly the screen).
I am looking for alternative for Windows, would be great if that would be
standalone application and easy to use? Also would work on Windows Vista/7.
Anyone connecting to Gumstix via serial com with Windows machine?
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From: Alex Gibson <alxx@al...> - 2011-01-26 22:37:29
On 26/01/2011 7:09 PM, David Abdurachmanov wrote:
> ckermit is quite good for Linux and Mac machines (despite the fact that it
> tends to fail drawing correctly the screen).
> I am looking for alternative for Windows, would be great if that would be
> standalone application and easy to use? Also would work on Windows Vista/7.
> Anyone connecting to Gumstix via serial com with Windows machine?
If you have cygwin installed you can install screen or ckermit with a
bit of fiddling
You can get a version of hypterminal that works with windows 7
(good if your stuck in a corporate environment where you have to get an
admin to install things)
Yes its fairly crap but it works.
Also make sure to get a copy of winscp if you need to copy files to
or from the gumstix over ethernet
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