Xterm problems with ES3 (Taroon)
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 21:45:57 GMT
I just got a new PC loaded with Linux ES3 (Taroon) and everything seems to
be o.k. except that my remote xterm windows get confused with fonts.
Weirdly, it seems that whenever the terminal tries to print certain lines,
they show up with a narrow, bold, proportional font. They'll also be
incorrect (e.g. a repeat of the following line instead the correct one).
I've fixed the backspace and delete on other redhat versions, but this is a
new problem. My xterms on other platforms and Redhat versions work fine.
I've tried running an older version of xterm - same thing, I've tried
running uxterm - same thing. I can run gnome-terminal and it doesn't
happen, but I need an xterm.
I'm using Exceed as the XServer and the box is a dual-processor Intel Xeon,
if that makes any difference.
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