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Marranotelnet04

Description: The most marrano of the Telnet clients
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Size: 18kb
Version: 0.4
Date: 01 Nov 06
Author: Suppah (Stefano Crosara)
Submitter: Suppah (Stefano Crosara)
Email: marranosoft/gmail com
Requirements: AROS, working network configuration
Category: network/misc
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
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MarranoTelnet 0.4 - "The Most Marrano of The Telnet Clients!" - 01/11/2006 01:23
am

Hello dear users,

This is the first public beta of MarranoTelnet, like MarranoFTP before
connecting you have to
load an entry in the address book, the EntryName can be anything you want, while
the hostname
must be the address of the site you are going to connect, also port is
mandatory.

After you have inputed the necessary host information don't forget to press the
save button,
it will store in memory the contents of the address book, which will be saved
when marranotelnet
is quitted. MarranoTelnet will try to save the file in two paths, one is
PROGDIR: (which is
the directory where you launch MarranoTelnet from) and the other is MARRANO:
assign, if those
two do not exist, you will loose all the inputed entries, so be sure to make the
necessary 
assign or to check if the filesystem you are using supports PROGDIR: (this is
valid for the
Aros version where SFS is currently a bit buggy).

To connect to an host double click it from the address book, the dump button
doesn't currently
work, as most menu entries.

The quit button sends QUIT to the host, this might not be needed or even evil to
some hosts
you connect to, i'll disable this in future releases, anyway, to quit
immediately, regardless
of the current status of the connection with the host, just press the top left
close window 
button, don't worry though, MarranoTelnet will correctly close any open
connection and shutdown
all opened sockets, so no harm will be done :-)

suppah











































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