CaTer

last change: June, 16 2015  

About CaTer

CaTer means Cartridge Terminal. It is a terminal program for the C64 providing a serial terminal for Linux or Unix hosts. CaTer is written in assembler and resides in the memory at $8000. So it is possible to make either a CaTer auto start cartridge, or to load it with a BASIC loader from disk. For a convenient configuration of the Linux host, termcap and terminfo files as well as suitable settings for the shell are provided. CaTer is published under the terms of GPL.

Features:

Further new features since version 1.0 are:

Compatibility

Below is a list of some of the programs being tested successfully with CaTer. Have also a look at the screenshots.

*) If someone uses EMACS, tell me :-)

Download

There are three ways to get CaTer:

The present and older releases of CaTer can be found on the ↥Sourceforge page.

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