Re: SCO ANSI terminal emulator for Linux?
- From: Dave Uhring <daveuhring@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 03 Feb 2008 22:55:25 -0000
On Sun, 03 Feb 2008 21:27:04 +0000, Roger Blake wrote:
In article <pan.2008.02.03.19.20.04.495161@xxxxxxxxx>, Dave Uhring
scoansi and scoansi-new are defined in /usr/share/terminfo/s/ on Debian
Wouldn't that be for running apps on a Linux system from a remote SCO
ANSI compatible terminal or workstation? (In other words,
terminfo/termcap tells your local *nix system what the remote's terminal
capabilities are -- it does not set the emulation on your local xterm.)
Or for use in a telnet or ssh session on a remote SCO machine. Have you
even tried using whatever terminal emulator in a remote session to the
SCO box and setting your TERM env to scoansi.
I don't have any SCO stuff anywhere so I can't possibly test that but you