SEYON & ANSI-BBS graphics

SEYON & ANSI-BBS graphics

Post by Dick Verwe » Thu, 05 May 1994 17:14:26



I know i can use colors with seyon, but is there a way to let seyon display the
correct ibm/dos graphics used in the various BBSs. (Vertical & horizontal lines)

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SEYON & ANSI-BBS graphics

Post by Buffat Ma » Thu, 05 May 1994 19:26:21


I use X11 fonts using ibm PC char fonts from the package LinuXinterDOS.tar.z
(You have to create new X11 fonts and then use it in the color_xterm
 of Seyon (to get the color ANSI emulation))
It was suggested by Rene Cougnenc in reply of my question in fr.comp.os.linux
        Hope it will help you
        Marc

Here is the original reply (in French of course)




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Ce brave Buffat Marc ecrit:

Quote:> quelques problems avec des connections BBS qui utilisent les codes
> graphiques PC. Existe-t-il un terminal sous X11 ou un pge acceptant
> ces codes.

Il y a un package de fontes: LinuXinterDOS.tar.z, qui contient des fontes
pour X ou pour les consoles textes permettant de simuler un ecran MS/DOS.
(Jamais essaye, mais ca doit marcher, y'a pas de raison)

Quote:> Quels sont les softs de communication interessant sous Linux ?

"Define interessant."
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