Thinstation is a thin client linux distro using std. x86 hw. It can boot from network, pxe, syslinux, CD, floppy or flash-disk and connect to servers using VNC, RDP, XDM, SSH, Telnet, tn5250, tarentella, 2X, NX, Thinlinc, VMWare VDI or ICA.
phpFileManager a complete filesystem management tool on a single file.
phpFileManager is a complete filesystem management tool on a single file. Features: . directory tree, with ajax loading . copy/move/delete/create/rename/edit/view/chmod files and folders . tar/zip/bzip/gzip . multiple uploads . shell terminal emulator . server info . portscan using PHP sockets . password protection . works on linux/mac/windows . php4/php5/apache2 compatible . english/portuguese/spanish/catalan/dutch/french/german/italian/korean/russian/polish/turkish translations If you like this script, please consider making a donation. Any amount is well received, and will help me continue giving support and adding new features.
SSVNC adds encryption security to VNC. It provides a GUI for Windows, MacOSX, and Unix that automatically starts up an SSL or SSH tunnel for connections to any VNC server. It also supports VeNCrypt encryption. The Unix viewer has many new features.
LibVNCServer/LibVNCClient are cross-platform C libraries that allow you to easily implement VNC server or client functionality in your program.
tn5250 emulates a 5250 terminal or printer over telnet, for connecting to IBM iSeries and AS/400 computers running i5/OS and OS/400. It runs on any Unix or Windows system.
This project moved to https://github.com/tn5250j/tn5250j ------------------- AS400 Telnet 5250 written in java. This will privide some of the more advance functions of the 5250 datastream such as edit masks, graphical windows, continued editing fields etc....
Project on hold. Try http://www.iterm2.com/ instead.
iTerm is an enhanced terminal emulator program for MacOS X written in Objective-C. It features VT100/ANSI/XTERM emulation, full i18n support, full-screen, multi-tab and other convenient GUI features. This project is indefinitely on hold, and we recommend that you try http://www.iterm2.com/ instead.
Cluster administration tool
ClusterSSH controls a number of xterm windows via a single graphical console window to allow commands to be interactively run on multiple servers over an ssh connection.
A project to increase free Arabic fonts on Unix/Linux
Arabeyes is a Meta project that is aimed at fully supporting the Arabic language in the Unix/Linux environment. It is designed to be a central location to standardize the Arabization process. Arabeyes relies on voluntary contributions.
mlterm is a multi-lingual terminal emulator , which supports various character sets and encodings in the world.
rxvt is a colour vt102 terminal emulator intended as an xterm(1) replacement for users who do not require features such as Tektronix 4014 emulation and toolkit-style configurability. The rxvt terminal is light on system resources and otherwise packe dwit
Mrxvt is a multi-tabbed X terminal emulator based on rxvt. It is portable, lightweight and fast. It supports psuedo-transparency, background image (JPEG/PNG/XPM), tinting, NeXT/Rxvt/Xterm/SGI style scrollbar, multi-languages (CJK), XIM, freetype font...
Qodem is a a terminal emulator that resembles the BBS-era Qmodem. Includes phonebook, scrollback, capture, X/Y/Zmodem, Kermit, ANSI (+ music) / Avatar / VT102 / Linux emulation, Unicode, and keyboard macros. Connects over serial, ssh, telnet, rlogin.
This project maintains the Linux Console tools, which include utilities to test and configure joysticks, connect legacy devices to the kernel's input subsystem (providing support for serial mice, touchscreens etc.), and test the input event layer.
Twin is a "retro" program for embedded or remote systems
Twin is a text-mode window environment. It supports mouse and multiple windows, has a built-in terminal emulator and window manager, and can serve as display for client applications. Its retro look-and-feel comes with very modern features: it is best described as a VNC-like server, that can use a variety of displays - all with mouse support: from a plain text terminal, to a Linux console, to a full kde, gnome or X11 desktop. Source code hosted at https://github.com/cosmos72/twin
Linux is an excellent environment for deploying diskless thin clients. Whether you are installing a 2nd workstation at home, 50 workstations in a CyberCafe or 500 workstations in a major university or corporation, the LTSP can help you be successful.
GTKTerm is a small graphical shell like XTerm. It provides serveral terminals in one window and some nice features. It´s available for GTK 2.x.
Eterm is a color vt102 terminal emulator intended as an xterm replacement. It is designed with a Freedom of Choice philosophy, leaving as much power, flexibility, and freedom as possible in the hands of the user.
Jexer - Java Text User Interface Library
Jexer is an open-source Text User Interface (TUI) designed to outwardly resemble the Turbo Vision library used by various Borland products.
A serial port terminal emulator for the GNOME desktop.
ThinTUX is a small Linux distribution for thin clients. It has support for all major remote access protocols. The distribution can be booted from the network. The configuration is stored on a DHCP server to simplify terminal management.
ANSI sequence filter
Ansifilter handles text files containing ANSI terminal escape codes. The command sequences may be stripped or be interpreted to generate formatted output (HTML, RTF, TeX, LaTeX, BBCode and Pango Markup).
NetStation is a linux distribution for diskless thin clients terminals using standard x86 hardware. It can boot from network, floppy or flash-disk and connect to an application server using VNC, RDP, XDM, SSH, Telnet or Citrix ICA.
Shell Commander is a PHP script, that allows remote execution of shell commands (like SSH client) through a web browser.
xrootconsole tails a file in a window on your X11 root window. It aims to be as simple and resource-light as possible, within reason: it should run smootlhy on a P133 laptop. The program is non-interactive; all configuration is done on the command line.