You work for Milwaukee Valve?  Not the one on Burrell St?!  I'm at
Klement's Sausage Co... across the street from that...

Ignore the whole ".Xdefaults" and ".Xresources" idea.  Instead, make
your changes in /usr/local/share/tn5250/XTerm  (it might be installed
somewhere else on your system, tho... you might need to do something
like "find / | grep tn5250/XTerm" to find it.
(and make sure you capitalize the X & T in XTerm)

There are already keyboard mappings set up in that file, so you'll
be able to see what needs to be done a little bit better.

This only works when using the xterm version of tn5250 (xt5250).  For
other versions, you need to the keyboard mapping differently.


On Fri, 28 Mar 2003, Mike wrote:
>
> Ok, I installed the 0.16.5-1 version.  The .tn5250rc file is working
> fine, I can adjust the fonts, etc.
> But I'm still at a loss regarding the key mapping.  There was no
> .Xdefaults or .Xresources file in the users home directory to be
> modified.  I tried creating one (actually both) with the following in
> them
> <Key>Return: string("\030") \n\
>
> The return key is still a return key, not a field exit.  Should I be
> putting that line into a different file?  Such as the
> /etc/X11/Xresources?? Or do I need more in that file?
>

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