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cutecom

Cutecom is a graphical serial terminal, like minicom. It is aimed mainly at hardware developers or other people who need a terminal to talk to their devices. It features lineoriented interface instead of character-oriented, xmodem, ymodem, zmodem support (requires the lrzsz package) and hexadecimal input and output among other things. It is written using the Qt library originally by Trolltech (www.trolltech.com).

Installed size: 353 KB
How to install: sudo apt install cutecom

  • libc6
  • libgcc1
  • libqt5core5a
  • libqt5gui5 | libqt5gui5-gles
  • libqt5serialport5
  • libqt5widgets5
  • libstdc++6
cutecom

Graphical serial terminal.

root@kali:~# man cutecom
CUTECOM(1)                  General Commands Manual                 CUTECOM(1)

NAME
       cutecom - graphical serial terminal.

SYNOPSIS
       cutecom

DESCRIPTION
       CuteCom  is  a  graphical  serial  terminal, like minicom.  It is aimed
       mainly at hardware developers or other people who need  a  terminal  to
       talk  to their devices. It features a lineoriented interface instead of
       character-oriented, xmodem, ymodem, zmodem support (requires the  lrzsz
       package) and hexadecimal input and output among other things.

OPTIONS
       -h, --help
              prints a short help message

       -s, --session <session_name>
              opens  a  previously defined session. A new Session with default
              connection parameters is created when a session with  this  name
              can not be found in the config file

FILES
       ~/.config/CuteCom/CuteCom5.conf
              Personal  CuteCom configuration file (with sessions stored there
              also).

SEE ALSO
       minicom(1), sz(1).

AUTHOR
       CuteCom was originally written by Alexander Neundorf <neundorf@kde.org>
       and is now maintained by Meinhard Ritscher <cyc1ingsir@gmail.com>.

       This  manual  page was written by Roman I Khimov <roman@khimov.ru>, for
       the Debian project (but may be used by others).

                              September 30, 2016                    CUTECOM(1)

Updated on: 2021-Nov-26