For a similar situation, I've used my Mac 512 with  "Red Ryder 9.4".   It
has VT-52 and VT-100 emulation, I believe.  The nice thing is, it fits on a
single 400K disk with System 3.2, Finder 5.3, the menu-bar clock, MockWrite,
DiskInfo and File Tools!  Amazing how much they could pack in so little
space...!   :-)


----- Original Message -----  From: "Stuart Bell"
> Hi!
> I recently acquired a Sage IV - early 1980s multi-user computer system
> running the UCSD p-System. As was the norm then, such computers used
> 'dumb' terminals connected using serial (RS-232) connections.
> I would like to use one (or more) of my compact Macs as dumb terminals.
> Hence, I'd be grateful for any recommendations for terminal emulators
> for Compacts, preferably one which doesn't require me to remember too
> much of the RS-232 jargon which I've forgotten in the last 20 years! I
> won't be using a modem, only a direct connection. I have the
> appropriate 25-pin D-type to DIN adapters.
> I can assign any Compact Mac to this task, from 512Kb to SE/30 to
> Mystic (CC with 575) though colour would be largely wasted for this
> application!  So, any system s/w requirements from around System 4
> through to 7.5 or even 8.1 can be accommodated.
> Thanks,
> Stuart

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