| flyTERM Description
FlyTERM, the terminal emulator, is the ideal tool for the system manager
to access his system remotely. He does not need to be near his office,
or even have a power plug near him. He just uses the flyTERM terminal
emulator to communicate over a mobile telephone using either InfraRed
(IrDa) or serial directly to his modem attached to the system. FlyTERM
has been fully tested with all the standard LINUX utilities, and supports
all the major escape sequences. The flyTERM terminal emulator from
flyingDATA for the PSION Series 5, 5mx, 5mxPRO, Revo, NetBook, Ericsson
218, and Geofox One, gives you remote access to your system over your
The connection can be over the Infrared port communicating directly
with a IrDa compliant Mobiletelephone, or over the serial link communicating
with an external GSM-adapter card.You can print directly via flyTERM
if your host sends the correct MC5, amd MC4 sequences. The port that
is not being used for the connection will be automatically selected
for the printer.It is compliant to all the important ANSI, VT100,
VT2xx, VT52, TVI950, and ADM3A escape sequences and is therefore ideal
to access a remote LINUX, or any other UNIX system. FlyTERM has been
fully tested against most "escape sequence heavy" applications, eg.
Top - the system display, Joe - the editor, Pine the E-Mail client.
The screen on the PDA is typically smaller than the complete terminal
screen, and this will mean that the user must scroll to be able read
all the screen content. This can be done via the scrollbars, or by
dragging the screen with the pen. To scroll using the pen, touch the
pen on the main window, and then drag it in the direction that the
scroll should be done. When the pen is lifted the screen will then
scroll in the required direction. The input data received, and transmitted
can be dumped into a trace file, for a complete analyse of the data
in the event of nonstandard sequences.
This data can be stored either in a easily read readable format, or
in an image copy of the received data. This second form allows the
file to be used for a replay at a later date. FlyTERM, in addition
to supporting the entry of control characters, also allows direct
entry of F1 to F10 function keys. To ease the entry of standard text
blocks, these can be stored in FlyTERM for direct entry. The toolbar
can be setup to give shortcut entry of up to 3 (2 on Revo) user selectable
function keys, or the stored texts. An additional buttonbar can also
be set for 5 additional direct entry functions. The sixth button is
assigned to enable/disable the auto-cursor function. FlyTERM is available
as a shareware programme in english, french, and german. The shareware
version is fully functional with an additional information screen
blended in when going online. This screen disappears after the registration
code has been entered.
Languages: English, German
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| NewNet-Marketing Announcements
| 03.07.2005 - newTEL95
Version 1.03. Now with Bluetooth Serial support.