kg84 at dreamwld.com
Fri May 4 20:01:58 UTC 2007
The thing I shall do is only to be able to telnet to my linu box over my
home network. Since I only got 1 braille display on my windows computer and
I want to be able to do adjustments.
I don't have the sshd package installed, I'm running debian on 1 computer,
fedora on another.
Can I get step by step instructions for using both ssh and telnet on these 2
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hart Larry" <chime at hubert-humphrey.com>
To: "Blinux Discussion List" <blinux-list at redhat.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2007 11:42 PM
> Hard to think of a complete subjectline, but I am useing trn on shellworld
> as a single user. At home in linux ssh to shellworld, while in trn my
> space-bar is only active once the next group of articles are displayed in
> an index. If I hit the space-bar multiple times, it only acts once.
> However, elsewhere I am useing a 2400 baud modem-and-tteraterm to telnet
> to shellworld. In this case running trn my space-bar must go in a buffer,
> as it catches up much differently. Are their some envirenment variables
> that we need to set on shellworld or on my home linux machine so my
> space-bar will not be limited to 1 pess?
> Looks like the most current version is 4.0.76 test.
> Thanks so much in advance
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