Kermit

[given name] Kermit is a male given name found mainly in the United States. It is a variant spelling of Kermode, a surname in the Isle of Man, which itself is a Manx language variant of Mac Diarmata, an Irish language patronymic anglicised MacDermot. The name Kermit came to prominence through Kermit Roosevelt (1889–1943), son of U.S. Pres...
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Kermit

[protocol] Kermit is a computer file transfer/management protocol and a set of communications software tools primarily used in the early years of personal computing in the 1980s; it provides a consistent approach to file transfer, terminal emulation, script programming, and character set conversion across many different computer hardware an...
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Kermit

A comedian either sitting on the edge of the stage or on a stool.
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Kermit

a set of file transfer protocols, and a terminal emulator that is widely used on PC's and Unix computers
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Kermit

KERMIT is an abbreviation for Kl-10 Error-free Reciprocal Micro Interconnect over TTY lines
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Kermit

Kermit is British slang for a French person.
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Kermit

This is a protocol for transferring files during direct dial-up communications that's named after a Muppet (seriously). Kermit is sound but old and can be very slow, slower than Xmodem, Ymodem, and much slower than Zmodem.
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Kermit

Very slow telecom data-transfer protocol developed at Columbia, and used primarily in VAX environments, although widely ported. Like any other telecom data-transfer protocol it's purpose is to break a data stream into blocks, and provide flow-control, error detection, and re-transmission on the transfer of the blocks. Much less efficient than Xmo...
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