say 8.0mhz with 640K ram). I have a FreeBSD 4.x server (with not
keyboard and monitor) and would like to use the AMSTRAD as a serial
terminal to the server.
I could only install a SSH client for DOS (I don't want to install
telnet on the server) on the amtrad, but I would like to see
everything shown on screen while linux is loading (except BIOS
messages of course). I was thinking of installing a DUMP terminal on
the AMSTRAD. I made some research on the web but didn't understand if
I'll be able to use the AMSTRAD's keyboard over the serial line (if
I'm not using ssh and only a dump terminal). I was thinking of
installing DOS on the AMSTRAD since it's floppy based and only support
720K floppies, so everything has to fit on it. And DOS is a lot faster
to load than unix
How do I configure my FreeBSD server to output everything to COM1
Which DOS program should I use on the AMSTRAD? I saw some info on
Do you think I should use unix/Linux instead of DOS.
if yes, would it fit on a 720K floppy with the DUMP terminal?
Any software suggestions and configurations tips are welcome. I
appreciate any good links
Thanks in advance