Subject: Re: -DLINEMODE in telnetd
To: None <>
From: Ken Nakata <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 01/09/1999 08:21:52
On Fri, 8 Jan 1999 16:46:43 -0500, Fuan Tsai wrote:
> I sometimes need to use Chinese.  In a telnet session to my NetBSD-1.3.3
> Quadra, reading double-byte Chinese texts is not a problem with pico or a
> patched less.  However, the input of Chinese is always garbled.  After some
> research, I solved this problem by removing the -DLINEMODE cppflag from
> telnetd's Makefile and recompiling it.  The new telnetd seems fine so far,
> but it would be better to know if there is any critical reason that
> LINEMODE must be used in telnetd.  I don't want to end up screwing up
> important things.  Thanks in advance.
> --
> Fuan Tsai
> Remote Sensing, CEE, Cornell University
> Voice: (607) 255-2469

I think you should ask this on netbsd-users mailing list as it's not
mac68k specific.  I Cc'ed this to it.

Hope somebody'll help you,