OS X comes with Terminal built in, so there is no need for a separate
telnet client. You can ssh to zoo directly from the Terminal command
line. I do it every day to read my mail in Pine and do my Zoo
Nifty Telnet isn't GUI, neither is Terminal, so no loss of functionality
On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Meredith Woodward King wrote:
> Thanks. I am trying out Fugu, and like that so far.
> Nifty Telnet, the one on the CIT site at
> http://www.uvm.edu/networksecurity/main/?Page=encryption.html , is for
> OS9. No OSX either at
> http://asg.web.cmu.edu/andrew2/dist/niftytelnet.html .
> The only OSX FTP client at http://www.pure-mac.com/ftp.html is
> RBrowser, and it's not free.
> On Tuesday, January 14, 2003, at 01:49 PM, Mike Austin wrote:
>> On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Rob Maurizi wrote:
>>> As for the FTP piece, I'm also a bit fuzzy-- Is all of Zoo going to
>>> toward an sFTP protocol? I have yet to find a good sFTP client for
>> We already support sFTP on Zoo, and have for years. We highly
>> it's use over traditional FTP. We will hopefully be turning off FTP
>> the end of 2003 on Zoo.
>> There are two options I know of for graphical sftp on Mac:
>> 1) A free one: http://rsug.itd.umich.edu/software/fugu/ that some
>> have spoken highly of.
>> 2) A commercial one: http://www.macssh.com/ that others have spoken
>> highly of.
>> I haven't used either of them.
>> I don't know if/when CIT will support either. Anyone from client
>> have any thoughts about this?
Stefanie B. Ploof
CIT Client Services, CALS ITO
Computing Analyst II
University of Vermont