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12 Dec 2006 5:30pm EST: The Kermit FTP site is functioning correctly again after reconfiguration of the Columbia network to avoid a problem with the routers. All FTP sessions and links should work as before. In addition, you can now also download files with HTTP by visiting THIS PAGE. § NOTE: If you are still experiencing hung FTP downloads, please check the IP address that DNS gives for It should be If it is, then the DNS change that fixed the problem has not yet reached you. § WARNING: Since 7 December 2006, offsite mirrors of the Kermit FTP site are likely to contain partial or corrupt files. Mirror sites should re-do any FTP downloads that occurred between 7 and 12 December, inclusive.

The Kermit Project

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Welcome to the Kermit Project, Columbia University, New York City, bringing you communications software for nearly every computer and operating system on the planet since 1981.

Kermit software offers interactive and scripted file transfer and management, terminal emulation, Unicode-aware character-set conversion, and/or Internet security for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, Mac OS X, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, Tru64 Unix, SCO, QNX, OS/2, VMS / OpenVMS, DOS, IBM mainframes, and dozens of other platforms, new and old, over the Internet as well as serial ports and modems. Internet security methods include Kerberos IV, Kerberos V, SSL, TLS, SSH, and SRP. Internet protocols include traditional and secure Telnet, traditional and secure FTP, traditional and secure HTTP. All functions can be automated using Kermit's built-in cross-platform transport-independent script programming language. Terminal emulations for Windows include VT100, VT220, VT320, ANSI, HP, IBM, Linux Console, Sun Console, QNX, AT386, SCO ANSI / SCOANSI, SNI 97801, Televideo, Wyse, and many others.

SSH ]   [ SSL/TLS, Kerberos, SRP ]   [ FTP ]   [ Telnet ]   [ Unicode ]   [ Automation   ]   [ Case studies ]

The nonprofit Kermit Project is entirely self-supporting and requires revenue from software licenses to continue its work. You can also help by always accessing Amazon.Com through   THIS LINK  (explain).

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  • Microsoft Windows:
  • Kermit 95 2.1.3
  • Linux:
  • C-Kermit 8.0
  • Mac OS X:
  • C-Kermit 8.0
  • Other forms of Unix: 
  • C-Kermit 8.0
  • OpenVMS:
  • C-Kermit 8.0
  • MS-DOS:
  • MS-DOS Kermit 3.15
  • Embedding:
  • E-Kermit 1.5
  • Other platforms: 

  • FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
  • Kermit script tutorial and archive
  • Secure scriptable FTP clients
  • Internet Kermit service
  • Kermit Books / Bibliography
  • Technical support
  • Shipping options
  • Vendor information
  • FTP instructions and tips
  • Character-set tables

  • USA:
  •   [ Help and Troubleshooting ]
  • USA:
  •   [ HTTP (Web) access to FTP archive ]
  • UK:

    [The Kermit Newsgroup]   [History]   [UTF-8 sampler]   [International Postal Addressing]

    The Kermit Project / Columbia University / / 13 December 2006