dterm is a simple terminal emulator which doesn't actually emulate any particular terminal. Mainly, it is designed for use with xterm and friends, which already do a perfectly good emulation. Therefore, it doesn't need any special help; dterm simply provides a means by which keystrokes are forwarded to the serial line, and data forwarded from the serial line appears on the terminal.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD|
Release Notes: This release adds "ctrl" and "hex" modes to display non-printing characters. The "ctrl" mode displays characters 0-31 (except CR, LF, and TAB) as ^c, and 127-159 as [xx]. The "hex" mode displays all characters 0-31 (except CR and LF) and 127-255 as [xx].
Release Notes: This release adds X/Zmodem upload/download capability (uses rzsz or lrzsz packages). It defaults to the first visible serial port if no device is specified on the command line or in the configuration file.
No changes have been submitted for this release.