Cygwin termcap entry for Solaris
Fri Dec 1 09:26:00 GMT 2000
--- Steven Curtis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I regularly telnet net from a cygwin terminal to a Solaris box, and have
> never gotten vi to respond correctly regardless of what I set my TERM env var
> to. I've tried vt100, vt220, ansi, and xter. None seem to work properly.
> Lately, I've tried grafting cygwin termcap entries from other Unix machines.
> I've tried entries from an OpenBSD machine and a Linux machine, but captoinfo
> on Solaris never seems to be able to grok the entries. It complains several
> times of "Termcap entry is too long" or "termcap code is not a valid name".
> The resulting terminfo entries using tic on the output do a better job than
> adjusting the TERM env var, but they all have different problems. I'm no
> termcap guru and couldn't write a valid entry to save my life. Has anyone
> found or written a complete and correct termcap entry for a cygwin terminal
> type that works on Solaris?
1) leave the client side setting CYGWIN.
2) after managing to login change TERM to ansi.
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