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Created by leo. Last edited by leo, 8 years and 346 days ago.. Viewed 154,636 times. #2
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Select the appropriate package. In most cases you won't need the source code package which needs to be compiled after downloading and unpacking. Do not unpack the binary jar file. Instead use the package as described in "Installing the Applet" or "SSH Application".

See >>changes.txt for an overview of the latest changes.

Version 2.6 (Swing, Java WebStart based)

DescriptionTypeFileSizeComment
Binary ReleaseJAR Archive>>jta26b.jar250kExecutable Jar file
TELNET
Java WebStart
Java WebStart>>START250kInstalls the Software on your Computer
Requires Java WebStart to be installed beforehand.
SSH
Java WebStart
Java WebStart>>START250kInstalls the Software on your Computer
Requires Java WebStart to be installed beforehand.
Source CodeJAR Archive>>jta26b-src.jar750kSource Code and Documentation
Connection Relay DaemonJAR Archive>>relay.jar55kRelays Connections to other hosts. This software is useful for Webserver providers.
Third Party PluginsJAR Archive>>contrib.jar16kHighlighting and BSX MUD plugins


Version 2.0 (OLD)

DescriptionTypeFileSizeComment
Binary ReleaseJAR Archive>>jta20.jar250kExecutable Jar file
Source CodeJAR Archive>>jta20-src.jar580kSource Code and Documentation
Connection Relay DaemonJAR Archive>>relay.jar55kRelays Connections to other hosts. This software is useful for Webserver providers.
Third Party PluginsJAR Archive>>contrib.jar16kHighlighting and BSX MUD plugins


There is even the >>oldest version 1.0 available. This version is unsupported and may contain bugs fixed in later releases. Do not email to us about version 1.0!

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