AnyTerm on Ubuntu 14.04

Matt . yamakasi.014 at
Tue Jun 23 14:29:40 UTC 2015

Hi Jeff,

Thanks for the verification and test. I was on that path and changed
already the paths on every error, but got stuck in some other Class
error after all. I posted the starting issue because of that, so your
help and verification if great.

@ Karl, I need AnyTerm for other reasons, of course I use my
commandline and/or putty on my 300 server cluster. Never open ports,
just dail in using VPN to be secure.



2015-06-23 16:18 GMT+02:00 Karl Auer <kauer at>:
> On Tue, 2015-06-23 at 11:06 +0200, Matt . wrote:
>> Has anyone been able to compile AnyTerm on Ubuntu 14.04 ?
> I'm not sure I see the point of Anyterm.
> Just run IPv6 and open your firewall to ssh. If you are IPv4 behind NAT,
> just port forward ssh on IPv4 through to wherever (you are already doing
> that for port 80 anyway). Then all you have to do from anywhere is ssh
> in. Yes, you need an ssh client, but clients are available on every
> platform imaginable, including Windows, Android and iPhone. If you're a
> Windows person take puTTY with you on a USB stick or just download and
> install it as needed.
> And once you have ssh access, you can do *anything*.
> AnyTerm seems like a lot of work for a minimal payoff...
> Regards, K.
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