FreeBSD: terminal emulators in ports tree
Friday, May 27 2016 @ 23:52 CEST
Contributed by: tingo
In the old days, people used terminals to access computers. A terminal was a physical box with a keyboard, screen and some connectivity to a computer (serial port, network or other port).
Currently, the following terminal emulators exists in the ports tree
OK, there are some more, but they are more geared for giving you a shell in X, not for emulating a specific old terminal.
- comms/wy60 - Curses-based emulator for the Wyse 60 terminal
- devel/py-pyte - Simple VTXXX-compatible terminal emulator
- net/c3270 - Full-screen curses-based remote login to IBM mainframes
- x11/evilvte - VTE based, super lightweight terminal emulator
- x11/x3270 - 3270 Terminal emulator
- x11/xterm - Terminal emulator for the X Window System