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CGTerm 1.7b2   [2005]

CGTerm 1.7b2 Released by :

Release Date :
24 April 2005

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

Website :

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (2 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... MagerValp of M&M

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User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 23 November 2020
For MacOS Big Sur: CGTerm 1.8 [macosx big sur].
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Submitted by KAL_123 on 23 November 2020
Good program and handling is also nice. Thumbs up.
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Submitted by Frantic on 9 October 2020
I still use this. Works great! Have to say I wouldn't have guessed that this is already 15 years old. Quite amazing actually.
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Submitted by Holy Moses on 9 October 2020
Better late than never: I luvvit!!! Keep on the *GOOD* work! 10/10!
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Submitted by wbochar on 12 October 2019
For those with the "Result too large" error... this is due because of the IP:port entry.. Try a space between the IP and Port. ex: 6464
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Submitted by Zirias on 3 September 2019
Pitfall on X11/Xorg platforms (Linux, BSD ...): Use a 'nodeadkeys' keyboard mapping. Otherwise, SDL won't detect pressing the "dead" keys at all (affects e.g. the location of the minus on a german keyboard).

Also, needs to know the keyboard mapping on X11/Xorg (us, german and swedish is supported) -- it will place a config file in ~/.cgtermrc, you can change the keyboard mapping there.

Anyways, very nice tool!
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Submitted by Francesco Sblendorio on 6 August 2019
If you have a MacOS-Intel...
CGTerm 1.8 [macosx]
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Submitted by B3L4 on 14 January 2019
For some reason I getting "Result too large" all the time meantime I can connect with PuTTY ... There is any doc for this baby?
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Submitted by pewp on 30 September 2016
If you are using a newer version of OSX you can simply download the source code, and compile it. It works like a charm.

Remember that you need to install the SDL library to get it to work.

Source code can he found here:
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Submitted by Didi on 25 February 2016
Source is now on Github. Would appreciate an updated binary for Win32. Maybe someone can also implement the Punter upload protocol, which is missing in this version and discussed at Punter File Transfer Protocol
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Submitted by Scorpion on 25 February 2016
Nice tool, but needs updates! I heard talk of an Android version being in the works, but I can't find much information about it. Does anyone know about this?

Also, the paradroid.net website seems to be expired.
User Comment
Submitted by subjik on 29 January 2015
The OSX version in the downloads is only for PowerPC processors, for the more modern versions I found this.


Seemed to work for me but that's all I know about it :)
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