From: John Kelly (john at domain frontend.com)
Date: Fri 18 Feb 2000 - 10:52:58 GMT
TeraTerm is fine and all, but the best all-round terminal application I've
used has got to be putty. Without trying to sound like an advertisment,
it IS basically an xterm for windows. (At least that's the term type OBSD
picks it up as). Plus it's got that all-important ssh support.
I think compsoc still have a copy of it (ftp.compsoc.com/pub/ssh).
On Fri, 18 Feb 2000, Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
> Does anyone know a good Windows terminal program which will not mangle
> function-key codes when sending to a Unix machine? (In this case an
> OpenVMS box, but in general I want a solution).
> Teraterm is a nice program, but it seems to reliably mangle anything like
> function key presses.
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