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Re: Re[2]: Colors in xt5250


  • Subject: Re: Re[2]: Colors in xt5250
  • From: Scott Klement <klemscot@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2000 17:56:30 -0500 (CDT)

fixed



On Thu, 17 Aug 2000, Alexander Lichius wrote:

> neither of the TERM settings worked. xterm-color is not installed (not in
> /usr/share/terminfo/x) but some xterm-pcolor which dosn't worked
> either. the xterm-5250 definitions are existing in the above path. do
> i have to do something else with these definitions?

I wish I could answer that.  I'm a FreeBSD user, not Linux...  I've 
never gotten terminfo to work, so I use termcap :)   When you do a "make 
install" in the tn5250/linux directory, it _should_ install the terminfo
stuff for you!

Maybe the Linux people on this list have some ideas?  

> 
> i am running basically slackware distribution but setup completely by
> hand basing on slackware 4.0. my kernel is of version 2.2.12. my
> tn5250 version is 0.15.7 which i installed from source.
> should i have a TERMINFO environment variable?
> 

I'd recommend updating to a newer version of tn5250.  (0.15.7 is old)
You could try http://cvs.cleveland.lug.net/module.pl?module=tn5250 to
find 0.16.0pre2.   or better yet, use CVS to get the current sources.

http://cvs.cleveland.lug.net/mail-archives/tn5250/
A search of the list archives for "CVS checkout" should give you info
on how to grab the current sources from CVS.

I don't think updating to the current version will solve your current
dilemna, but who knows?

Good luck


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