TINY remote control for DOS
Novell Cool Solutions: Cool Tool
Lets you remotely control a Netware DOS machine from Windows or Linux over TCP/IP.
|Posted:||15 Feb 2007|
|License:||Free for non-commercial use|
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TINY is a set of programs that lets you remotely control a DOS computer from any Java-capable machine over a TCP/IP connection. It is comparable to programs like VNC, CarbonCopy, and GotoMyPC except that the host machine is a DOS computer rather than a Windows one.
TINY runs as a TSR on top of the Novell Client32 TCP/IP stack for DOS.
- *UDP based - Get rid of those proprietary protocols on your network once and for all!
- *Eliminates need to load NetBIOS - More lower 640K memory available!
- *Works with all on-board and add-in video cards- no extra VGA card needed!
- *Permits multiple people to control the same machine simultaneously.
- *Handy pop-up menu lets you send ANY key combination.
- *Client selectable screen refresh rate- generate as little or as much network traffic as you want.
- *Works over the Internet
- *Lots of command-line options to customize the TINY launch state to exactly the way you like it every time!
- *Multiplatform Java client lets you control DOS machines from Windows, Linux, Mac OSX, even your cell phone!
- *Instant connection startup
- *Source code and protocol documentation available
- *Uses either the Novell Client32 DOS TCP/IP stack or the FTP Software OnNet PCTCP TCP/IP stack- the two most popular DOS TCP/IP stacks in history!
- *Toggleable status window helps you diagnose network issues.
- *Fancy "About" box incase you forget where you downloaded it.
- *Thanks development sponsored by SICK|MAIHAK , TINY now supports many VGA graphics modes including 640x480x16!
- *Also thanks to your friends at SICK, TINY now better supports foreign keyboard codepages.
- *Reliable keystroke processing means never having to type the same key twice when you only mean it once.
- *Ability to load custom keyboard translation tables. Now you can make TINY work with any foreign keyboard, or just make it so that pressing the enter key types a smiley face on the remote system!
- *Use any UDP port you like - run dozens of copies of TINY on your NATed internet connection!
- *Thanks to development sponsored by Electronic Flow Control A/S, TINY now supports Hercules graphics too!
- *TINY now supports screen scaling so you can fill your new 30" monitor edge to edge with DOSness!
More info is available at: http://josh.com/tiny/index.htm
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