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December 10, 2009, 7:35 pm
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TTY_OP_OSPEED, which it sets to 0x9600. For VERASE, my question is
why 0x7F? Why not 0x61 (ie. the letter 'a')? Sure, the letter 'a'
could occur on its own in the output but couldn't the same be said for
0x7F as well? Or is 0x7F not a character terminals are allowed to
print? If so what other characters are terminals not allowed to
print? Anything larger than 0x7F? Does it depend on the TERM
environmental variable? PuTTY uses xterm and the SSH specs use, in
their example, vt100. Does it make a difference?
Also, I'm not sure what TTY_OP_OSPEED does. Does setting that mean
that the server will only send you 38,400 bits per second? If so, why
not up it to 0xFFFF or 0xFFFFFFFF bits per second? SFTP doesn't have
speed limits so why do terminals need them?
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