Old , PM. LQ Newbie. Registered: Nov Location : Thailand. Distribution: Fedora. Posts: 8. Rep: Reputation: 0. Unhappy How to install Teraterm on linux(ubuntu)?. Jan 23, Tera Term (Pro) is a free software terminal emulator (communication program) for MS-Windows. PuTTY is a free implementation of Telnet and SSH for Windows and Unix platforms. Explore 7 Linux apps like Tera Term, all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community. TeraTerm Project would have been developed terminal emulator "Tera Term" and SSH module "TTSSH". This software is open source software under BSD License. This is Tera Term Pro succession version and is being officially recognized by the original author. Development is continuing in Project Page on OSDN.
Jul 11, Hi all, I'm looking for preferably Tera-Term to allow me to connect into Cisco Routers,Firewalls and Switch's. Tera-Term was always the better program. Nov 6, Hi, Was wondering if there are any programs similiar to Tera Term Pro and Remote Desktop MMC from MS for Linux? Currently, I'm opening up several rdektop session for each server I'm connected to. Tera term was nice because I can save all my devices in the menu list. Thanks!. I recently moved from Windows 7 to Ubuntu (Not a total noob nor an expert in Linux flavors). Teraterm was the terminal emulator I used to connect to my UART enabled devices in Windows. I studied a few in Ubuntu like Minicom, Qodem, Cutecom and even PuTTY. I could notice that Minicom is probably the.
The bad news is that there doesn't exist a Linux version of Tera Term and SSHMenu doesn't work with (starting with Ubuntu - Natty Narwhal). The good news is that you can use your already installed gnome-terminal to accomplish what you wish. Yes, the default terminal in Ubuntu. You have to create. Jun 12, Re: Teraterm like serial terminal? Postby gerald_clark» Fri Jun 13, am. It is not clear what you need. CentOS ships with ssh, telnet, minicom, xterm, epel has aterm, gtkterm, qodem, roxterm, rxvt etc. Top. Forum discussion: Hi All, what can be used on Linux to access Cisco devices via port com.? I use Tera Term Pro on windows. Anything equivalent on Linux..? Cheers. -- downdogWoof :D Yeah, K, Who Stole The Soggy Biscuits?.