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n54%gmx.com@localhost (Kamil Rytarowski) writes:
>> So if you want a true VT100 emulation, you will either have to tell
>> xterm to be faithful to vt100 (TERM=3Dvt100 tells programs to generate
>> vt100 codes), or find some other terminal emulator which is switchable.=
>How to do it? I've tried to export TERM=3Dvt100 without success.
The xterm emulation is (more or less) fixed. Setting TERM doesn't control
xterm but tells other programs what the terminal expects. Since TERM=xterm
and TERM=vt100 is almost the same, either works for most programs.
Other terminal emulators may offer a more precise or complete VT100 emulation.
Michael van Elst
"A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."
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