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Have you ever wanted SSH or telnet access to your system from an “internet desert” - from behind a strict firewall, from an internet cafe, or even from a mobile phone? Anyterm is a combination of a web page and a process that runs on your web server that provides this access - see the demos.
Anyterm can use almost any web browser and even works through firewalls. If you join my.anyterm.org you can access your systems straight away via our server with no software to install anywhere. Alternatively, you can run the Anyterm software on your own system - see the deployment examples.
We can also help you to integrate Anyterm-type functionality into your own applicatons, for example to web-enable a legacy system, or an embedded system. Contact us for details.
my.anyterm.org is designed for systems administrators and others who want the benefit of access from anywhere using Anyterm, but who don't want to risk installing the Anyterm software on their own servers. For a small charge you can use our Anyterm installation to connect to your own systems.
Anyterm's stable 1.0 branch provides a fairly reliable implementation of the basic Anyterm functionality. Bug fixes will continue to be applied to this branch if necessary. It uses an Apache module rather than a separate daemon. This version is now rather old, and new users are encouraged to instead use the 1.1 development branch.
The 1.1 branch is where development will continue. Instead of the Apache module, this branch has a stand-alone Anyterm daemon. It is now quite stable and will be designated "stable" in due course. If you have a suggestion or would like to help, do please get in touch via the forums.
Anyterm is developed on Linux but there is a good chance that it will run on other Unix-like operating system. Mozilla-based browsers and Internet Explorer 6 and 7 work; Opera 9 also works, and Konqueror was partially functional when last tried. Feedback about other browsers would be appreciated.
The Anyterm code is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
So you are free to use Anyterm in any application, including commerical use. If you want to distribute something that includes the Anyterm code, then that must also be distributed under the same free license.
(Please get in touch if you are unclear about your obligations under the GPL or if you'd like to discuss other licensing possibilities.)
Anyterm has no warranty. The main support channel for Anyterm is the online forums. Please do ask in the forums if you have any problems, questions or suggestions.
If your business would like to deploy Anyterm on your servers, or add Anyterm-like functionality to your own product, please get in touch. We may be able to help.
If you want to install Anyterm, first decide whether you want to get the old stable version or the much better new development version. Then just get the code from the download page and follow the appropriate installation instructions. Alterntively you can just join my.anyterm.org and get the benefits without the effort!