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SubjectRe: Telnet on Linux machine.

habve you tried putting an 'export TERM=vt100' in your respective .login
or
.bashrc file?


On Tue, 26 Jan 1999, Alfredo Babusci wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a problem with telnet session on Linux machines. When I make a
> remote telnet login, I found with 'set' program that my terminal is
> type 'ansi'. I would like to change the terminal type in a permanent way, non
> also for the current login with 'set term=vt100'. Someone know in wich
> file is stored the 'term' variable ?
> Thanks and Greetings from Elba Island, Italy. Alfredo.
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