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JTA - Telnet/SSH for the JAVA(tm) platform ========================================== (c) Matthias L. Jugel, Marcus Meißner 1996-2005. All Rights Reserved. Please make sure you read and understood the documentation that comes with this software. The documentation explains about the most common problems encountered and contains information about the license this software is covered by. By using this software you agree to the terms and conditions laid down in the license. For a quick start the license is provided in the "license" directory in text format. As it seems there are situations where people cannot agree to the license. Please contact us to discuss the terms and conditions for a commercial license. Use the address mentioned at the bottom of the file. The most current version of the software can always be found at: http://javassh.org/ The directories and files contained in the distribution contain the following information: README You are currently reading this file. REVISION Contains a list of source files and their respective revision number. This may be useful to find our which files have changed since you last updated the software. CHANGES This file contains all the comments for the changes made to the source files. bin/ Contains scripts and additional helper programs. de/ This is the root package name for the software. It contains all Java related source files. doc/ The documentation for the source is contained herein. jar/ Using the make file to compile the source and building jar files will result in the packages to be stored in that directory. jni/ Implementation of native methods for different platforms. license/ Contains the license this software is covered by in text format. We provide this software with confidence that is useful. If you feel that you would like to repay the authors you may do so by either sending a postcard or whatever you think is appropriate to either Matthias or Marcus. The mail address can be achieved by sending an email to either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or both. Quite a lot of people have helped us to debug the software and make it better by giving us new ideas to implement. If you feel that an important feature is missing do not hesitate to contact us. We thank all those who have already done so. Thank you for using the software. Matthias L. Jugel, Marcus Meißner Contact: info at javassh.org