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Re: [ProgSoc] TERM variable in linux telnet
At 03:32 PM 4/25/99 +1000, you wrote:
>When I telnet to a remote machine from my linux box, the TERM env variable
>in the session gets set to 'linux' or 'xterm-debian'. I assume this is
>because the login on the linux box is set to this. Problem is, apps like
>pine or vim don't really like it, expecting vt100 or something. Is there
>an easy way to get telnet to send a more standard terminal setting to the
>remote machine? I am getting sick of having to type TERM=vt100 every time
>I log in.
There is a way, I had the same problem and someone gave me the solution a
couple of years ago. It's just a matter of setting something... but I can't
remember now :(
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