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Re: Emacs broken: Win2k telnet -> linux


From: Mark Newby
Subject: Re: Emacs broken: Win2k telnet -> linux
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 12:47:55 -0000

Mojahed,

:-))  (that's me, v happy!).  Thank you and thanks to address@hidden

I never thought that a diff telnet client would do the trick.  Brilliant.  I
got hold of TeraTerm as you suggested and it's much better than the Win2k
one.  It's much clearer than on my monitor connected to the linux box, so
I'll most prob use that instead now.

As payback for helping, maybe if you don't know of this, it will be of use
to you...
Magazine PC Pro (normally v biased on Win32) has a new section "Unix
Servers", in which was a link to AT&T's VNC (Virtual Network Computing) GPL
s/w.  It allows you to set up another X server on your unix/linux box and
remote control & view it across tcp/ip on any other platform (eg win, mac).
It's excellent, I'm using it now.  It even works through a web browser as a
java applet.  The win32 vncviewer.exe is only 170k!  It works the other way
too from win --> unix and even nested viewers is poss.  running the vnc
server from a win box, you can take remote control of the whole desktop from
a unix/linux box.  Hopefully this will be helpful to some people...
http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/


Mark

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mojahedul Hoque Abul Hasanat" <address@hidden>
To: "Mark Newby" <address@hidden>
Sent: Monday, January 22, 2001 4:36 AM
Subject: Re: Emacs broken: Win2k telnet -> linux


> On Fri, Jan 19, 2001 at 07:10:45AM -0000, Mark Newby wrote:
> > I'm still quite new to unix/linux.  However, I've read man pages and
hunted
> > on the web, etc for the TERM env variable settings.  I've worked out how
to
> > set it and tried (it was 'ansi') vt100, vt52, vtnt, emacs, etc, but they
all
>
> You could try using a different telnet client.  Just hop over
> to http://www.tucows.com.  TeraTerm is a good one.
>
> Because you said you were new to unix/linux, I'm asking this, please
> don't mind, how are you settng the TERM env variable?
>
> The correct way is, after you login to the Unix/Linux box, type
>
> export TERM=vt100
> emacs
>
> You can not set TERM to any value you like, your telnet client must
> support it.
>
> --
> Mojahed




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