HTerm is a terminal program for serial communication running on Windows and Linux.
- Supports all available hardware and virtual USB serial rs232 ports
- Supports all baud rates provided by the port
- Input and output in ASCII, hexadecimal, binary and decimal
- Sending and receiving of files
- Parity and flow-control
- Customization via XML configuration file
Latest: 0.8.1 beta
Start HTerm with a config file loaded Use “hterm.exe configuration.cfg” on windows or “./hterm configuration.cfg” on Linux.
Use custom baudrates Enter the baudrate in the input field. If it is supported by the hardware it is used otherwise an error is printed.
Store custom baudrates in config file Save a config file and open it in an editor. Search the XML hierarchy for “CfgFile/Default/Comport/Baudrate” and add any rates needed to the comma separated list.
Mac OS port A port of HTerm for MacOS is currently not in development.
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It is allowed to use this prgram in a commercial environment as long as the program itself is not sold in any way. Selling this program or modifying it in any way is strictly forbidden. It is also not allowed to offer a download of this program or redistribute it in any way without my written permission.
It is not allowed to use this program, if you do not agree with any of the above mentioned points
If in doubt about a special usage or anything else contact me at ‘hterm (at) der-hammer (dot) info’