Pico, ee, or one of Lucent's
offerings(http://www.lucent.com/ssg/html/edit-one.html) are probably best as
editors. Pico and ee are free, while Lucent's is $495, though it comes with
other utilities as well as source(non-redistributable without paying a
sublicense fee of $1000.) For telnet on NT I would reccomend either
Humminbird Exceed(www.hummingbird.com) or Persoft's
Smartterm(www.persoft.com). For something cheaper, CRT will probably do.
>I have a group of people which don't know Solaris (UNIX) at all.
>They have their NT-machines and have to do some simple tasks like
>start a batch, edit a crontab file a.s.o on the Solaris machine.
>Actually the have only this ugly standard NT-Telnet.
>What terminal emulation and editor (I'm sure they won't like vi )
>would you recommend them.