switching from Vista to Ubuntu - ssh terminal question
- From: "ron1972" <ron1972@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 29 Mar 2007 17:05:34 -0700
Hi - I have switched from Vista (hated it) to Ubuntu today - so I am
pretty excited to join the Linux users community. I am a newbie and
need solutions for three small problems using the Gnome SSH terminal
Problem #1: Character mapping.
One character is showing up as the '?' char. I have tried loading
different character encodings (Western & UTF), but none seem to
resolve the issue. On my windows ssh emulator (ANZIO) my settings
are: Linux keys, keys are LINUX.KYS, and character set is 7bit
Problem #2: Disabling the 'close' feature on the window...
I need to force users to go through the logoff process, and if the
click on the 'x' in the window and just close the terminal it will
create a lock on their processes.
Problem #3: The 'Delete' key needs to have the same feature as Ctrl-C
In our windows program this is a simple check mark on the box that
reads 'Hex 1c/1d = internal command'
Any help is appreciated!
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