If you want to make some use of it and you have another adjacent *NIX machine
they make acceptable X terminals. I worked at one for a while. You can
get them to boot into something resembling a single user mode, then do
/path_to_X/X -query otherhost
with XDMCP enabled on otherhost you should be able to login nicely etc.
If it's the same as the one I had, I could never get better than 256
colours though which was a bummer. Some time ago now though so details
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