I played with something similar in 2003, most likely based on http://www.scottklement.com/picobsd/

The trick with no GUI is getting the keys mapped properly. How you do that will vary by what OS you're running. It's been too long for me to remember, but I think there is a man page, HOWTO, or README that explains it.
Sean Porterfield

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I need to set up some tn5250 terminals at work; I prefer them to boot straight into the green screen, no gui. What linux distro and configuration is best for this?

I have been using Lubuntu 11.10 32bit with IBM iSeriesAccess and have some lost connection issues with the software. I would like to see how tn5250 works.

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