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- Thomas Staudte
October 17, 2004, 7:38 am
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sorry if this may be the wrong NG to ask, but whatever I searched it pointed
I am setting up a telnet connection to a server that requires the old
7bit-ASCII-to-international-character-mapping using the characters [\]
and ~. In many telnet applications one can define which characters these
should be mapped to. In German, for example, they would display äöüÄÖÜ and
ß. The reverse happens when typing these characters on the keyboard, i.e.
when an ä is types, [ is sent to the host.
Does anybody know how to enable such a conversion in putty? I am really
desperate here, and nearly ready to change the code...
Thanks for any pointers, including some to a better place to ask, if this NG
is not right.
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