To use WebTerm, you need an HTTP server, serving a Java-enabled
browser. To build WebTerm from source, you need a Java compiler such
javac from Sun Microsystem's Java Developers Kit.
WebTerm 2.0, currently under development, may be retrieved from the links below. Note that these are not supported Use at your own risk!
ftp.nero.net; the binary (byte-compiled java) distribution is in the file
/pub/nacse/webterm/WebTerm-bin-1.3.1.tar.Z. The source distribution is available in the file
Download the WebTerm binary distribution via your web browser.
Download the WebTerm source distribution via your web browser.
Note: WebTerm 1.3.1 is necessary to work with Netscape 3.0. If you already have the WebTerm 1.3 source distribution, you may wish to patch it with the file WebTerm-1.3-1.3.1.patch.Z.
zcat <filename> | tar -xvf -If you have the binary (byte-compiled) distribution, this will create a number of
*.classfiles, which are ready to run. If you've downloaded the source distribution, it will create a number of
*.javafiles, which you must then compile using
javac(from the Java Development Kit), using the command
javac WebTerm.java VT200.javaThis will create the
<applet code="WebTerm.class" width="100%" height="75%"> <h2 align=center>Your Web browser does not support java!</h2> </applet>
For more details, see the WebTerm README file.
WebTerm was written by Dianne Hackborn and Melanie Johnson. The design and implementation of WebTerm are available for royalty-free adoption and use for non-commercial purposes, by any public or private organization. Copyright is retained by the Northwest Alliance for Computational Science and Engineering and Oregon State University. Redistribution of any part of WebTerm or any derivative works must include this notice. Please address correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org.