VT100 under SIMH

From: Doc Shipley <doc_at_mdrconsult.com>
Date: Wed Sep 1 14:04:56 2004

Zane H. Healy wrote:

>> The X11 code for OS X from Apple comes with a good xterm, and rxvt
>>builds cleanly. Both behave generally well, and both can be keymapped
>>to accomodate the remote OS's needs.
> The xterm that Mac OS X ships with is totally braindead!!! They've
> disabled the '-xrm' flag, which of course I need :^(

   Zane, are you talking about the X11 xterm or Terminal.app? I'm
running Apple's X11 here on 10.3, and the xterm that came with X11
honors -xrm.

$ xterm -xrm '*cursorBlink:true'

   starts an xterm with blinking cursor, and

$ xterm -xrm '*cursorBlink:false'

   starts one with a solid cursor.

Received on Wed Sep 01 2004 - 14:04:56 BST

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