Thank you for your reply. Both tn5250 and xt5250 didn't work for me so
I installed x5250 and gave it a shot. The backspace works perfectly
now. However, I'm a noob when it comes to X, and I was hoping I could
get help with a couple of things to make it look good. I need the x
window evoked from x5250 to be automatically maximized. I also need to
change the font colors. Any ideas??
Again, thanks so much
----- Original Message -----
From: "Linux 5250 Development Project"
To:"Linux 5250 Development Project"
Sent:Fri, 30 Aug 2013 17:45:01 -0500
Subject:Re: [LINUX5250] Still.... Backspace issue
What operating system are you running this on? Since you refer to
xterm, can we assume that you are running some flavor of X11? If so,
Have you tried xt5250? Does it work better or worse for you? It's
a simple shell script -- so if it solves your problem, you could just
take a look at what it's doing.
Or, you might try using x5250 which reads the keyboard directly
of going through the curses interface -- this might work better for
Sorry for not replying to your original message -- I no longer use
as my desktop, and was hoping that someone with more recent
would jump in and assist.
On 8/30/2013 5:34 PM, Melissa Jimenez wrote:
I have yet to fix my backspace issue with tn5250. When I try to
backspace the cursor deletes characters to the right, as opposed to
the left I am running tn5250 directly from xterm, not using xt5250,
(I'm typing tn5250 myAS400.....etc on the xterm). I don't know
map file to modify to get it to work. You guys are my only
_MELISSA V. JIMENEZ_
_Cal State Auto Parts_
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