TinyTERM ITX for Linux can be installed on any 32-bit Linux system based on kernel 2.6
or higher, with either the Gnome or KDE desktop environment. Variations on these environments, such as
LXDE, may also allow TinyTERM to run.
Supported Linux distros include but are not limited to:
- CentOS 5.5+
- Debian 5.0+
- Fedora 13+
- Gentoo Linux 10.1+
- Linux Mint 9+
- Mandriva 2010+
- openSuse 11.3+
- PCLinuxOS 2010+
- Slackware Linux 13.0+
- Ubuntu 10.04+
Any 32-bit Linux distro with a kernel similar to the above is also supported. For information on 64-bit
Linux distros, please see our Knowledge Base.
To install, open a terminal window in the directory where the TinyTERM ITX install file was downloaded.
Change permissions on the file to make it executable:
chmod 755 TinyTERM-ITX-Linux.bin
Next, execute the TinyTERM ITX install file. The install must be run as root or with sudo:
When the install finishes, TinyTERM ITX will
be available from your Applications menu, under either the Internet
or System Tools sub-menu, depending on your desktop environment.