Re: Telnet/SSH Terminal Help
Douglas A. Tutty wrote:
I don't have screen as an option in my telnet program. I am using ZOC
on Windows and it only has the following options:
On Wed, Nov 07, 2007 at 07:24:27PM -0800, Jeff Grossman wrote:
s. keeling wrote:
I am using TERM=linux. Before I did LC_ALL=C none of the lines
displayed correctly when using mc. Since I have done LC_ALL=C all of
the lines are displaying correctly except for the scroll lines on the
right hand side of the screen.
Your problem isn't related to locale. I suspect it's your terminal
emulation that's buggered. Are you using xterm, rxvt, or one of the
clueless children (kterm/gnome-terminal)?
Try using TERM=screen on both ends. I've found that it seems to work
since GNU-screen is GNU-screen everywhere whereas different OSs (and
distros) seem to tinker with vt100 et al and linux.
If I just use TERM=screen on the Debian box but leave Linux in ZOC, the
lines look the same. But, only after doing LC_ALL=C. If I don't do
that the lines do not draw correctly no matter what I have tried in
regards to terminal emulation.
Also, I had no problems with this setup when I was using Gentoo Linux.
The line drawing problem started with Debian.