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- George Marshall
October 13, 2003, 4:06 pm
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to connect to a Solaris server. Now I'm trying to use it to connect
to a Windows 2000 server.
The character based application on the server uses tip files to
control screen addressing - line draw chars, cursor movement, reverse
type etc. - and to interpret function, delete, insert keys etc.
However I can't find a combination of putty configuration setting and
tip file which is entirely OK. On unix it's easy to trap function key
sequences and modify tip files, but how do you do this on windows?
I'd be grateful for help with this.
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