Yes, that's fine. tn5250 would simply be a dependency of the x5250 package.

I've just decided to compile it on another box and then install it on the
server using a tarball instead of a debian package.

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 15:16, Scott Klement <tn5250@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

FWIW... when James created x5250, he used an incompatible license. So
you can't have a single package that installs both x5250 and tn5250
together... they have to be installed separately.

On 9/30/2010 1:53 PM, Dennis Lovelady wrote:
tn5250 is the non-GUI version of x5250, and as such lacks the graphic
capabilities. Plus tn5250 cannot be directly invoked onto an X server
(requires xterm or equivalent).
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