> First, congratulations on your work... I think a one floppy distro with > tn5250 will be a great thing... I tried before but with no success at > all. > Maybe you should do a mini howto to help others like me !!! :-) Thanks. If a howto is useful for some people, I'll try to write it. But first it has to work perfectly and I still have that F21-24 problem :( Scott Klement's PicoBSD solution may be a better solution... > About your keymap, i had the same problem but i solved it out (it was a > bit hard)... 1st, make sure you dont have diplicate references in the > file for the same key... That will confuse the keymap alot! > 2nd.. See (my :-) )the portuguese keymap (qwerty) James Rich Included > on the software's PDF... There you will see references on F21 to F24. Thanks for the piece of advice. I took the us5250.map file included in the tn5250 pack for the tests, so I don't think there is a reference twice. I had to apply the folowing changes to make it work under Mandrake: #keycode 1 = Escape Escape keycode 1 = Control_a Escape #ESC as "attention" #keycode 29 = Control keycode 29 = Control_r #Right control as Reset #keycode 78 = KP_Add keycode 78 = Control_x #KP_Add as FieldExit #string F21 = "\033[35~" #string F22 = "\033[36~" #string F23 = "\033[37~" #string F24 = "\033[38~" string F21 = "\033(" #Fonction Keys string F22 = "\033)" string F23 = "\033_" string F24 = "\033+" The first changes are OK on Trinux but the F21-24 keys are still unusable... Cheers, Mathieu
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