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MS-Kermit v3.00
1990.01.16
the Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York
327.0 KiB

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READ.ME
MS-DOS KERMIT VERSION 3.0 JANUARY 1990

READ ME

Welcome to MS-DOS Kermit!

MS-DOS Kermit 3.0 is a product of Kermit Distribution, Columbia University
Center for Computing Activities. The principal author of the program is
Professor Joe R. Doupnik of Utah State University, with assistance from many
other volunteer programmers all over the world. This software is copyright
1982, 1990 by the Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York. It
may be reproduced and shared without restriction except that it may not be
licensed, nor sold for profit as a software product. Kermit software is
written by volunteer programmers as a public service, and is furnished without
warranty of any kind. Neither Columbia University, nor the individual
authors, nor any institution or individual that has contributed to the
development and documentation of this program warrant the software in any way.

MS-DOS Kermit is documented in the book "Using MS-DOS Kermit" by Christine M.
Gianone, Digital Press (1990), DP ISBN 1-555558-048-3, PH ISBN 0-13-932476-3,
Digital Press order number EY-C204E-DP. You may order this book from Digital
Press in the USA by calling the toll-free number 1-800-343-8321. A 5.25-inch
MS-DOS Kermit 3.0 diskette is packaged with this book for convenience of
distribution. This fact does not indicate or imply that the author of the
book, the authors of the program, nor Digital Press, nor Digital Equipment
Corporation warrant the software in any way.

Kermit programs for hundreds of different kinds of computers are available
from Columbia University for a moderate distribution fee, along with source
code, books like "Using MS-DOS Kermit" and "Kermit, A File Transfer Protocol",
and other printed matter. Write to the following address for an up-to-date
list of Kermit materials and instructions for ordering:

Kermit Distribution
Columbia University Center for Computing Activities
612 West 115th Street
New York, NY 10025 USA
Telephone: (212) 854-3703


THE MS-DOS KERMIT 3.0 DISTRIBUTION DISKETTE

The MS-DOS Kermit 3.0 distribution diskette contains the following files:

READ.ME
This file. Please read it. It will only take a minute, and it will
familiarize you with what information, utilities, and demos you have on
your disk.

KERMIT.EXE
The MS-DOS Kermit 3.0 program, for the IBM PC family, the IBM PS/2, and
compatibles, ready to run. See Chapter 2 of "Using MS-DOS Kermit"
for detailed installation instructions.

KERMIT.HLP
A summary of the commands and functions of MS-DOS Kermit. You may view
this file with the DOS or Kermit TYPE command, or print it on your printer.

KERMIT.UPD
A list of features that are new to MS-DOS Kermit version 3.0. Be sure
to read this file, since it may contain information about program features
that appeared after press time for "Using MS-DOS Kermit". Plain text,
TYPE or PRINT.

KERMIT.BWR
A list of known problems and limitations of MS-DOS Kermit 3.0. If you
are having problems using MS-DOS Kermit, read this file. You might find
a solution or workaround. Plain text, TYPE or PRINT.

KERMIT.PIF
Program information file for using MS-DOS Kermit 3.0 under Microsoft
Windows. MS-Windows users should copy this file into the area where
their other .PIF files are stored. Note: MS-DOS Kermit works well
within a window (cut and paste, fonts, window scrolling and sizing, etc),
but it cannot be run concurrently with other applications. Also, when
MS-DOS Kermit runs under Windows, it thinks it has a monochrome adapter,
and does colors and tektronix graphics accordingly. To allow Kermit to
run under Windows at full speed with full capabilities, but without any
Windows features, use PIFEDIT to change KERMIT.PIF to say that Kermit
modifies memory, screen, keyboard, COM1, and COM2.

MSKERMIT.INI
Sample initialization file for MS-DOS Kermit. Includes many of the macro
definitions from Chapter 14 of "Using MS-DOS Kermit". Edit this file to
suit your needs and preferences, especially the EDIT and LOOKUP macro
definitions. Install this file in your current disk and directory, or
anywhere in your DOS PATH.

WP30.INI
An initialization file for using MS-DOS Kermit 3.0 with host-resident
versions of WordPerfect 4.2 or 5.0, supplied by WordPerfect Corp. Read
the comments in the file for instructions. Warning: WP30.INI changes
some of Kermit's default key mappings, including Alt-X, Ctrl-End, Esc.
Read the documentation!

EPSON.COM
A printer driver that allows Kermit's Tektronix Graphics screens that
are displayed by an EGA monitor to be printed on an Epson FX or RX series
printer.
EPSON.ASM
Assembly-language source program for EPSON.COM.
EPSON.HLP
Instructions for using EPSON.

CHARDEMO.VT
A demonstration of MS-DOS Kermit's character sets. To view this
demonstration, start MS-DOS Kermit, then give the commands:
MS-Kermit>set terminal vt320
MS-Kermit>replay chardemo.vt

FEATURES.VT
A demonstration of some of the features of VT-series terminals and
how MS-DOS Kermit emulates them. To view this demonstration, start
MS-DOS Kermit, then give the commands:
MS-Kermit>set terminal vt320
MS-Kermit>replay features.vt

COLORS.VT
A demonstration of the text-mode coloring possible in VT102 and VT320
emulation. To view:
MS-Kermit>set terminal vt320
MS-Kermit>replay colors.vt

CASTLE.HGR
A demonstration of some of the Heath/Zenith-19 terminal emulation
features of MS-DOS Kermit. To view this demonstration, start MS-DOS
Kermit, then give the commands:
MS-Kermit>set terminal heath
MS-Kermit>replay castle.hgr
You should see a picture of a castle.

PATTERN.HGR
Another demonstration of some of the Heath/Zenith-19 terminal emulation
features of MS-DOS Kermit. To view this demonstration, start MS-DOS
Kermit, then give the commands:
MS-Kermit>set terminal heath
MS-Kermit>replay pattern.hgr

USA.TEK
A demonstration of Kermit's Tektronix 4010 graphics capability. To
view this demonstration, start MS-DOS Kermit, then give the commands:
MS-Kermit>set terminal vt320
MS-Kermit>replay usa.tek
To return to the MS-Kermit> prompt, push Enter a couple times after
you hear the beep. You can also push Ctrl-End to save this image in
TIFF 5.0 format as TEKPLT01.TIF (warning, about 100K free disk space
required!), or press Print Screen to print it on your printer if you have
a graphics print driver installed (like GRAPHICS.COM or EPSON.COM).

DEMO.TEK
A simple demonstration of some of MS-DOS Kermit's color graphics
terminal emulation features. View it just as you viewed USA.TEK.

HAYES.TAK
TAKE file to be used for dialing Hayes modems. Invoked by the DIAL macro
that is defined in MSKERMIT.INI.

LK250.COM
Driver for using DEC LK250 keyboards on IBM computers.
LK250.ASM
Assembly-language source for LK250 driver.
LK250.HLP
Instructions for using LK250.

COLS132.BAT
A DOS Batch file which is invoked automatically if the host sends the
escape sequence to change to 132-column mode, for example if you type the
VAX/VMS command SET TERMINAL /WIDTH=132. As supplied, this batch file
does nothing except print a message. You must fill it in with the
appropriate DOS commands to put your screen in 132-column mode (as
supplied by the manufacturer of your 132-column adapter). The COLS132.BAT
file must reside on your current disk and directory, or in your DOS PATH.
Once this file contains the proper commands, you can also type RUN COLS132
at the MS-Kermit> prompt to enter 132-column mode.
Note: In general, 132-column mode is supported only by 3rd-party display
adapters (for example, the IBM CGA, EGA, and VGA do not support it).

COLS80.BAT
A DOS Batch file which is invoked automatically if the host sends
the escape sequence to change to 80-column mode. As supplied, this
batch file does nothing except print a message. You must fill it in
with the appropriate DOS commands to change your screen from 132-column
mode to 80-column mode (as supplied by the manufacturer of your 132-column
adapter). The COLS80.BAT file must reside on your current disk and
directory, or in your DOS PATH. Otherwise, works like COLS132.BAT.

GERMAN.TXT
A short file containing German text for practice with Kermit's
international character set facilities. Read the instructions at the
beginning. Use TYPE or MORE to display it on screen.

XSEND.*
The XSEND program has been moved from the MS-DOS Kermit Distribution disk
to a separate MS-DOS Kermit Utilities disk because of lack of space.
Other utilities and technical documents are also available on the
utilities disk.

End of file READ.ME

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