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    Default Console/Terminal Communications Program

    I've messed around with Minicom, but it's not the most intuitive program to use and has been a bit frustrating. Is there anything out there that's closer to programs like Putty, Tera-Term, etc. for Windows?

    I'm going through a USB-to-Serial adapter so I have to be able to tell it to talk down /dev/ttyUSB0.

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    Default Re: Console/Terminal Communications Program

    gtkterm is another alternative.

    Not sure about kermit, but worth a look:

    kermit(1) - Linux man page

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    Default Re: Console/Terminal Communications Program

    BTW, PuTTY is available for linux:

    PuTTY Download Page


    As RPM package for opensuse 11.1 from here:

    Index of /repositories/home:/dl8fcl/openSUSE_11.1/i586

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