G-Kermit, a Unix program for transferring files with the Kermit protocol, is a product of the Kermit Project at Columbia University in New York City. Features of G-Kermit include:
- Ability to transfer text and binary files on both 7-bit and 8-bit connections
- Ability to transfer files singly or in groups
- Automatic startup configuration via GKERMIT environment variable
- Ability to configure as an external protocol
released on 25 December 1999
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