On Tue, May 01, 2001 at 05:14:46PM +0100, Padraig Brady came forth with:
> kevin lyda wrote:
> > is lcdproc output only? what are options for slim and light terminals?
> > (note: a laptop doesn't count. an xterm barely counts. what i have in
> > mind should have the following attributes: quick boot, quiet, no local
> > admin work, low power, fast display.)
>> Matrix orbital speed is 19200, which is fine for the screen size.
> lcdproc is output only ATM, but CVS supports keypad input, but
> you want "slim terminal", so would this include a standard keyboard?
> If so you would have terminal input as normal comming from a keyboard
> and output going to /dev/lcd (serial). You can do an stty to set the
> screen size to 20*4 or whatever and you don't need lcdproc. I guess
> you could even use stty to set the clear screen sequence. I'm not
> sure about splitting input and output for a terminal over different
they seem to have keyboards and keypads there...
dunno much else..
you didn't mention price, so I might suggest an iPaq :)
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