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    SubjectRe: kernel 1.3.67 and terminal
    On Thu, 29 Feb 1996, Clay Hopkins wrote:

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    > Hiya! I've just installed kernel v. 1.3.67 on my machine, and I now get
    > an error when booting that says my terminal type is unknown. When I do
    > an echo TERM, I get "linux". Since the type is unknown according to the
    > kernel, I can't run anything even as simple as vi! Any suggestions or
    > help would be greatly appreciated.

    Add "linux" to to "console" entry in your /etc/terminfo file, like this:

    console|linux|con80x25|dumb:\
    ^^^^^^

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