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Transfer to Non-Existent Directory Disconnects

Thursday, April 26th, 2007

If you use TERM for SCO UNIX to transfer a file to a directory that does not exist, TERM drops the connection.

CR 280


Wednesday, April 25th, 2007

Century Software, Inc., has had a request to compile TERM for HP’s Tru64 UNIX. We have not done so thus far.

CR 217

TERM Install Fails Through xterm Window

Wednesday, April 25th, 2007

This problem was first noticed on SCO OpenServer 5.0.6 with dual Pentium III processors. When installing TERM through an xterm window, an error message came up: “Memory fault – core dumped.” The workaround is to install TERM at the console instead of through an xterm.

CR 136

Can’t Connect to tty on HP-UX 11

Wednesday, April 25th, 2007

TERM for HP-UX will not connect to tty ports on HP-UX 11. There are no problems with this on earlier versions of HP-UX.

CR 121

AIX 4.3 and Higher

Wednesday, April 25th, 2007

The TERM for AIX install has three subdirectories: 3.2, 4.1 and 4.2. These correspond to the appropriate version of AIX.

If you have AIX 4.3 or higher, TERM for AIX 4.2 is fully compatible. In other words, though the 4.2 directory doesn’t specifically specify, it is for all versions of AIX numbered 4.2 or higher.

CR 119

TinyTERM Ignores UNIX “resize” Command

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

The resize command is used with xterm on UNIX systems that have graphical display managers. TinyTERM does not emulate an xterm, but character-based terminals instead. Thus, it cannot respond to this or any other xterm-specific command.

CR 87

Evaluation Version of TERM for UNIX

Friday, April 20th, 2007

TERM 6.28 allows a 30-day evaluation install. This is only available for SCO UNIX or Linux. You can get a copy of the evaluation from our download page.

CR 454

Invalid TERM for UNIX Licenses

Thursday, April 19th, 2007

Some TERM for UNIX licenses ending in “U3” fail when used to install the correct product. This happened in the January 2002 release of TERM 6.2.5b, and was fixed in the February 2002 release. If you are experiencing this problem, please contact Technical Support to get your serial number and activation key corrected.

CR 298

Higher Baud Rates

Thursday, April 19th, 2007

The available baud rates in TERM for UNIX/Linux were extended to allow 57600 and 115200 in version 6.28.

CR 221

Can’t Set Parity in UNIX

Wednesday, April 18th, 2007

Connecting via modem, when TERM tries to XMIT a string the connection dies. This was tracked to the parity not being sent. There was no option to set parity in the modem initialization string.

The workaround was to use the TERM Script Language command SET MASKPAR ON. This masks the parity being sent.

CR 176

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