vt100's keymap

vt100's keymap

Post by Jussi T Hagm » Wed, 03 Jan 1996 04:00:00

I'm sick of those predefined keys in tcsh which are used in line editing
so I'd want to make my own definitions with bindkey.

I assume that vt100 protocol doesn't support all of those keys on
PC-keyboard, so how do I know which keys and combinations vt100-terminal

I'm hoping that I could use shift and control keys with the left and
right arrow and backspace key to edit and move on the line. Is it
possible to use those combinations?

Jussi Hagman                    Sippolankatu 7 d 40
                                15800 Lahti


1. vt100, vt100-am, vt100-bot-s . . .

I am wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of determining
what the above noted terminal drivers (files?) mean?  Where in the docs
I might find out what the difference between vt100 and vt100-bot-s and/
or at386??  I dial into a UNIX system using a comm program emulating
vt100.  I am curious if I change that if I could introduce color into
the screen display, etc . . .

I've been through most (if not all) man pages on the system for UNIX
and have not found any indication as to what all of the hundreds (thousands) of files might mean.

Any information/help would be greatly appreciated.


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