Subject: Strange new behavior with telnet client
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Brian Buhrow <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/15/1997 15:59:31
	Hello folks.  With the telnet sources as of the tar balls of August 3,
1997, I find that when I connect to the smtp port of a machine, or any port
that doesn't do specific telnet negotiation, that the crnl translation is
turned off.  This means that when I type a return, I get a "^m" instead of
getting a response to the typed in query.  If I type "^J" instead, it
works.  Is this change in behavior intentional?  (In former versions, the
return key would send a new line.)