Kermit 95 Terminal Types

Kermit 95 supports about 40 terminal emulations, with several restrictions:

ADM3A
The Lear-Siegler ADM-3A terminal.

AIXTERM
For accessing IBM AIX systems. Compatible with the AIXTERM window on AIX workstations, and the AIXTERM termcap / terminfo entry.

ANNARBOR

Partial emulation of the Ann Arbor Ambassador terminal, sufficient for ordinary "termcap"-like applications, but not recommended for general Ann Arbor emulation; numerous Ann-Arbor-specific features are not presently supported, including multiple memory regions, moveable regions, per-line tab stops, alternate cursor, the Ann Arbor keyboard with 64 separate shift states per key, host-customizable printer controls, forms, etc.

ANSI-BBS (*)
For accessing most BBSs. 8 bits, color, line- and box-drawing, "ANSI graphics".

AT386 (*)
For accessing (SCO) Unixware and (Sunsoft) Interactive UNIX systems.

Avatar/0+ (*)
For accessing BBSs that support certain advanced features. If a BBS supports Avatar/0+, this is normally negotiated automatically when you log in to it.

BA80
The Nixdorf BA80 terminal (Germany), used for accessing Nixdorf computers.

BETERM (*)
BeBox console, the preferred terminal type for accessing the BeBox.

DG200
Data General DASHER 200, for accessing AOS/VS, DG/UX, and other Data General platforms.

DG210
Data General DASHER 210, for accessing AOS/VS, DG/UX, and other Data General platforms.

DG217
Data General DASHER 217, for accessing AOS/VS, DG/UX, and other Data General platforms. Includes both DG and UNIX modes, as well as alternate character sets -- Math/Symbol, Line Drawing, Word Processing.

HEATH19
The Heath-19 or Zenith-19 terminal.

HFT
IBM's High Function Terminal type, used for accessing AIX and other IBM platforms that support it.

HP2621A
The Hewlett Packard 2621A terminal.

HPTERM (*)
Hewlett Packard's generic HPTERM specification, used on HP-UX in HPTERM windows, and compatible with various specific HP terminals such as those in the 700 series.

HZ1500
The Hazeltine 1500 terminal.

IBM3151
The IBM 3151 terminal. This emulation is just enough to support termcap and terminfo driven applications on Unix. A complete keyboard mapping is provided as well as the IBM 3151 graphics character set. None of the special forms modes are (yet) implemented.

LINUX
The Linux console.

QANSI (*)
The QNX ANSI terminal.

QNX
The QNX console.

SCOANSI (*)
The SCO version of The QNX ANSI, used by SCO UNIX, ODT, and OpenServer. WARNING: The SCO name is ANSI, but Kermit's name is SCOANSI, to distinguish it from ANSI-BBS. When making Telnet connections, set Kermit's terminal type to SCOANSI and its Telnet terminal-type to ANSI.

SNI-97801
The Siemens Nixdorf Bildschirmeinheit 97801-5xx (Germany), for use with SINIX. Downloadable character-sets, fonts, and compose tables are not supported.

SUN
Sun workstation console.