From: Kenn Humborg (kenn at domain bluetree.ie)
Date: Fri 24 Aug 2001 - 14:44:50 IST
> Hi All
> I am not entirely sure this question belongs on this list so I
> appologise in
> advance if I annoy anyone.
> I have installed LATD (LAT terminal support) on my RedHat 7 box and I can
> get some DEC VT termanals to connect to it through a terminal server.
> I can log into the Linux box and run commands but when it tries
> to run some
> programs it either displays incorrectly or displays "Incomplete Terminfo
> I have tried setting the VT to vt100 emulation (which I have working
> successfully from an M$ windoze app) so I feel it may not be the terminfo
> data. I have also tried to tell the sessin what type of terminal it is
> (using EXPORT TERM=VT100) but with no joy.
> I know it is a bit of an odd one but can anyone give me any tips
> on getting
> it going?
I played with latd a while back, but never used it enough to be
worried about terminal types.
What is TERM set to by default if you don't force it to vt100
(and it's 'vt100' not 'VT100')?
Try the linux-decnet list (details at http://linux-decnet.sf.net).
The latd author is Patrick Caulfield. He'll probably be able to
BTW, what type of terminal server is it?
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