Re: $TERM = "xterm" acting funny on non-linux terms
>>>>> "Galen" == Galen Hazelwood <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Galen> Such a bug has already been submitted. See the log for
Hm, that's good.
Galen> This is not as clear-cut a case as you might think. The
Galen> problem with the xterm is not that it is linux-specific,
Galen> it's that it's too new for many old X windows systems out
Galen> there. I feel that asking people with old systems to use a
Galen> different terminfo entry is not such a great hardship, when
Galen> it gives us the advantage of up-to-date support "out of the
But if the xterm-r6 terminfo entry works for both Linux and old boxes,
shouldn't that be the default?
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