There are two classes of software documentation available.
One is for end users who would like to use the application/applet
on their web server or standalone and the other is for programmers
who would like to write additional plugins or use parts of the software
for their own development.
Additionally we will compile a small Frequently
Asked Questions list to answer the most common questions about the
software. So if you are new and have problems with the software have a
look there first, before you proceed and Email
to the authors.
||Look here first if you are experiencing problems while using the software.
Most people have the same questions and those will be answered here.
||The standalone program to be used as a replacement for native
||An applet implementation to be used by web service providers
or just as private remote log in to your home account.
||Documentation for available plug-ins. These include the standard plug-ins
like Socket, Telnet
and Terminal and some addional
ones like Status and SSH.
of the Source
|This points to the top of the documentation source tree. It contains
a list of all packages and all Classes and Interfaces.
may want to look at other sources for information about Java, Telnet, Terminal
Emulation and Secure Shell.