The Kermit Project

New York City

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

Kermit software offers a consistent approach to file transfer, terminal emulation, script programming, and character-set conversion on hundreds of different hardware and operating-system platforms, using diverse communication methods.

The nonprofit Kermit Project is entirely self-supporting. If you download Kermit software, please also purchase the corresponding manuals to help fund our work and to help you get the most out of your software.

   · What is Kermit?                       · Licensing
   · What's New - 20 Apr 2000              · Manuals
   · What's Available and How to Get It    · Technical Support
   · Script Library                        · Shipping Options
   · Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)      · Vendor Information
   · Technical papers and contributions    · Year 2000 Information
   · Standards activities                  · Euro Information
   · Links to related topics               · Further information
   · Other software                        · FTP instructions and tips

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The Kermit Project / Columbia University / / 1 July 2000