> Along these lines, I've tried using the terminal emulator called 'ate'
> packaged with AIX 3.1. It interprets CTRL-B for toggling file capture, and
> CTRL-V for escaping to a main menu after establishing a connection. Well vi
> also uses these sequences, so when I'm editing files remotely, vi never sees
> any of these commands and I'm constantly toggling file capture.
> Anybody know how to work around this problem?
There should be a file called "ate.def". Edit this file and at the
end of it you should find three lines that read something like:
These lines define the ASCII values of the three control keys in 'ate'.
By defaults, CTRL-B toggles file capture, CTRL-Z returns to the main
menu, and CTRL-V returns to the previous screen. To change these,
simple edit the file. Specify the decimal version of the ASCII value
that you want to do these functions.