In article <rshu_20030917171717stratagy.com>, Richard S. Shuford
Not to mention [url]http://www.macorchard.com/[/url] which is an excellent> MisterBumpy73(at)wmconnect.com wrote:
> | I just got a nifty DOS VT100 emu. (thanks again for the pointer)
> | and was wondering if someone had one (like Zterm, maybe) that'll
> | run on a Mac IIci w/20MB RAM and Mac OS 6.0.8 or 7.1 that they
> | could send to me as a disk image or perhaps direct me to where
> | I might be able to find one.
> Mr. Bumpy:
> An extensive list of software packages, both commercial and
> otherwise, which perform terminal emulation (and/or screen
> scraping) for numerous platforms is available behind the
> "PC terminal emulation" link on the following web site:
> ...Richard S. Shuford
resource for anything 'net related on the Mac, current or classic.
For your purposes, I would recommend either the original NCSA Telnet
final release or BetterTelnet [url]http://www.cstone.net/~rbraun/[/url] (which
is better in several senses of the word!)
I've run both on a MacII / OS 7.1 / 5 MB ram without any difficulty.
In fact, I still do!! For FTP, I'd recommend Fetch. If you use this
on OS < 7, make sure you go into the preferences and turn off Open
Transport calls, though, or you will crash your Mac.