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PRNewswire: CRT Terminal Emulator Increases Support for Linux

Jul 05, 2000, 06:00 (4 Talkback[s])


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"Van Dyke Technologies, Inc., a provider of quality Internet software, announced today the official release of its CRT 3.1 terminal emulation software for Windows, with expanded support for Linux, and also Windows 2000 compatibility."

"Version 3.1 provides complete Linux console emulation, with support for ANSI color, a Linux keymap, and mouse reporting. Many standard Linux utilities run and display better with the new configuration."

"The Linux console emulation makes a connection to a Linux server easy to configure and use," said Jeff P. Van Dyke, president of Van Dyke Technologies, Inc. "It's such a good native environment that if you use CRT's full screen mode with the Linux console, people might think you're running a Linux workstation, not Windows."

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