"Kevin F. Lane" <com> wrote in message
I occasionally use TermLite 1.0.7 from home, but telnet through a VPN to my
office. I assume that you are doing likewise, or using port forwarding of
telnet port 23 on an ssh connection to your server with PuTTY, Cygwin ssh or
similar for security reasons.
Printing to a printer directly connected to the SCO box would work from
within OpenServer, but a network printer on your office LAN would only be
accessible within OpenServer if it was on a print server configured with
OpenServer, such as an HP JetDirect, either directly or via lpd.
Some posters have preferred netcat to configure the print servers, but the
HP software within OpenServer (5.0.6 and now 5.0.7) works well for me.
Configuration is fairly easy; just search on "JetDirect" at the SCO
None of your network printers would be available as a Windows printer to
TermLite unless you use the VPN approach, and install the drivers through
Windows. They would also be available for your other applications.
Windows RDC would also work. You can access an XP box on your network, with
secure access to all network resources. TermLite could be run on the XP box.
I use RDC when I need an X desktop, as X11 is too slow with asymmetric
David P. Lurie