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CryptoTerm package

The newest version

Version: 1.8 of 2013-12-11 for Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, 2000, NT, Me, 98, 95 operating systems, size: 9.7 MB.


        CryptoTerm version: 1.8


Previous versions

        CryptoTerm version: 1.7
        CryptoTerm version: 1.6
        CryptoTerm version: 1.5
        CryptoTerm version: 1.4
        CryptoTerm version: 1.3
        CryptoTerm version: 1.2
        CryptoTerm version: 1.12
        CryptoTerm version: 1.11
        CryptoTerm version: 1.1
        CryptoTerm version: 1.0

All the programs are signed with a digital certificate issued for the entity called JT-Soft.

 
Language files

Language file list.
The downloaded file is to be placed in the installation folder of the CryptoTerm package.
After restarting the program it will be possible to change the language by making selection in the appropriate configuration menu.


        The file with the Russian language ( 76 kB )
        The file with the English language ( 68 kB )
        The file with the German language ( 70 kB )



 
Code pages

The CryptoTerm terminal emulator may support any code page of a remote system. The number of the supported code pages depends on the configuration of the Windows operating system – the instructions explaining how to add the requested code pages in the particular operating systems are outlined in the "Technical documentation" attached to the program. The definitions of the code pages may also be prepared individually by the user of the CryptoTerm terminal emulator.

Below please find the files containing the definitions of the selected code pages.
After downloading a file, you should place it in the installation folder of the emulator CryptoTerm.
After restarting the emulator, the appropriate code page will be available in the
Configuration | Conversion | Remote system code page box.
 

        1047 (IBM EBCDIC-Latin-1/open system) ( 4 kB )
        1140 (IBM EBCDIC-USA/Canada(37+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        1141 (IBM EBCDIC-Germany(20273+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        1142 (IBM EBCDIC-Denmark/Norway(20277+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        1143 (IBM EBCDIC-Finland/Sweden(20270+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        1144 (IBM EBCDIC-Italy(202880+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        1145 (IBM EBCDIC-America Latina/Spain(20284+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        1146 (IBM EBCDIC-United Kingdom(20285+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        1147 (IBM EBCDIC-France(20297+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        1148 (IBM EBCDIC-International(500+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        1149 (IBM EBCDIC-Icelandic(20871+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        20273 (IBM EBCDIC-Germany) ( 4 kB )
        20277 (IBM EBCDIC-Denmark/Norway) ( 4 kB )
        20278 (IBM EBCDIC-Finland/Sweden) ( 4 kB )
        20280 (IBM EBCDIC-Italy) ( 4 kB )
        20284 (IBM EBCDIC-Latin America/Spain) ( 4 kB )
        20285 (IBM EBCDIC-United Kingdom) ( 4 kB )
        20297 (IBM EBCDIC-France) ( 4 kB )
        20871 (IBM EBCDIC-Icelandic) ( 4 kB )
        20880 (IBM EBCDIC-Cyrillic(Russian)) ( 4 kB )
        20924 (IBM EBCDIC-Latin-1/open system(1047+Euro)) ( 4 kB )
        21025 (IBM EBCDIC-Cyrillic(Serbian,Bulgarian)) ( 4 kB )
        858 (OEM-multilingual Latin I + Euro) ( 4 kB )
        860 (OEM-Portuguese) ( 4 kB )
        861 (OEM-Icelandic) ( 4 kB )
        863 (OEM-French/Canadian) ( 4 kB )
        865 (OEM-Nordic) ( 4 kB )
        1026 (IBM EBCDIC-Turkish(Latin-5)) ( 4 kB )
        10000 (MAC-Romanesque) ( 4 kB )
        10006 (MAC-Greek I) ( 4 kB )
        10007 (MAC-Cyrillic) ( 4 kB )
        10010 (MAC-Romania) ( 4 kB )
        10017 (MAC-Ukraine) ( 4 kB )
        10029 (MAC-LATIN II) ( 4 kB )
        10079 (MAC-Icelandic) ( 4 kB )
        10081 (MAC-Turkish) ( 4 kB )
        10082 (MAC-Croatia) ( 4 kB )
        20866 (Russian-KOI8) ( 4 kB )
        20932 (JIS X0208-1990 & 0212-1990) ( 4 kB )
        21866 (Ukrainian-KOI8-U) ( 4 kB )
        28591 (ISO 8859-1 Latin I) ( 4 kB )
        28592 (ISO 8859-2 Central Europe) ( 4 kB )
        28593 (ISO 8859-3 Latin 3) ( 4 kB )
        28594 (ISO 8859-4 Baltic) ( 4 kB )
        28595 (ISO 8859-5 Cyrillic) ( 4 kB )
        28597 (ISO 8859-7 Greek) ( 4 kB )
        28599 (ISO 8859-9 Latin 5) ( 4 kB )
        28603 ( 4 kB )
        28605 (ISO 8859-15 Latin 9) ( 4 kB )












 

 
Additional files
        Execute script ( 1 kB ) 
        Keylabel script ( 2 kB ) 
        Print script ( 2 kB ) 






Execute script

The execute script is used to run programs installed on the operating system of the end user remotely. The name of the program to be started is transmitted as the script parameter.
Due to safety reasons, after installing the CryptoTerm terminal emulator, the option to start up the programs remotely is disabled by default.
To enable remote starting up programs, you should select the Configuration | Emulation | Allow remote starting up programs option.

The execute script should be copied in the text mode to the UNIX server, to the folder which is on the search path (PATH) of the end users. After moving, you should set the appropriate rights to access this file e.g. –rwxr-xr-x.


Keylabel script

In the emulator there is a possibility to give remotely any name to the keys displayed on Function Key Bar at the bottom of the screen (Configuration | Settings | Visible elements | Function keys menu).
By default the names of F1, F2 ... F16 denoting the corresponding function keys are displayed on the buttons. In the wyse60 (wyse60 color) and hp emulations it is possible to give names to the particular keys by sending the appropriate command from the UNIX system.
The CryptoTerm terminal emulator has been extended by similar functionality to the remaining emulations. In order to give particular names displayed on the key bar, you may use the keylabel script.

The keylabel script should be copied in the text mode to the Unix server, to the folder which is on the search path (PATH) of the end users. After moving, you should set the appropriate rights to access this file -rwxr-xr-x.


Print script

The print script allows to print from the unix systems to client stations on which the CryptoTerm terminal emulator is installed.

The print script should be copied in the text mode to the Unix server, to the folder which is on the search path (PATH) of the end users. After moving, you should set the appropriate rights to access this file e.g. –rwxr-xr-x.
 


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