: > I have to configure a transparent print in SCO Open Server Release
: > 3, but I don't have idea how to do this. Someone could send me a guide
: > for this ?
: The question everyone asks about transparent print is:
: "Will it work with my XXXXXX terminal emulator on my PC"?
: The standard answer is: "Yes, if your terminal emulator
: supports the standard vt100/ansi/x3.64 printer control
: codes." The problem is that a few of them offer a subset
: of vt100/ansi compatibility and they usually leave out
: the two printer control codes. The "lprint" command should
: be suffient to test compatibility.
Kermit-95 supports all of the ANSI X3.64-1979 Media Copy (Print)
sequences in all of our ANSI X3.64-1979 derived terminal emulations.
These include: VT100,102,220,320; Wyse 370; SCOANSI, AT386, ANSI-BBS,
BEOS-ANSI, QANSI, SNI 97801, and there are probably a few others I
can't remember right now.
SCOANSI is the SCO Console terminal defintion. So it is the best
choice for use with SCO Unix variations.
See http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/k95.html for complete details.
Jeffrey Altman * Sr.Software Designer * Kermit-95 for Win32 and OS/2
The Kermit Project * Columbia University
612 West 115th St #716 * New York, NY * 10025 * (212) 854-1344