TinyTERM for Mac Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What operating systems does TinyTERM run on?

A: TinyTERM currently runs on macOS 11 (Big Sur) or higher.

Q: What connection types are supported in TinyTERM?

A: TinyTERM for Mac supports SSH, telnet, SSL/TLS and STARTTLS. If purchased directly from Century Software, local shell connections are also available.

Q: Which authentication types does SSH include?

A: Both SSH1 and SSH2 are supported. User/password and keyboard-interactive authentication are both available. TinyTERM also supports both RSA and DSA keys in sizes from 512 to 4096 bits.

Q: Which terminal emulations does TinyTERM include?

A: There are more than 20 different emulations available in TinyTERM:

IBM: TN3270, TN5250, 3151, 3101
Digital: VT100, VT220, VT320, VT420
ANSI: ANSI 3.64, SCOANSI, AT386, Linux, Mac Console
Wyse/TVI: Wyse 50, Wyse 60, Wyse 60-25, Televideo 912, 925, 950
Other: ADM1

Q: Is UTF-8 support for languages such as Japanese and Chinese also included?

A: Yes, Unicode support is available in all terminal emulations.

Q: Can the keyboard be programmed?

A: The TinyTERM for Mac can be programmed by creating and editing a keyboard.dat file. It also includes an on-screen function key button bar that can be fully programmed for any key sequences.

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