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SeqEd/PileUp problems with Telnet 2.5

Xiaoying Lin xlin at umbc.edu
Mon Nov 7 14:45:36 EST 1994


I experinced similar problem with GCG v7 on iris. It was solved by adding the following command in my .gcgrc file. Do not know if it will work with v8.

setenv TERM iris-ansi

In article <mike-0711941438210001 at morpheus.lif.icnet.uk>,
Mike Mitchell <mike at bison.lif.icnet.uk> wrote:
>We are currently having a major problem with NCSA Telnet 2.5 (Mac) and
>the GCG sequence editors.
>
>Our system: Digital AXP
>            OSF/1
>            GCG v8
>            Mac NCSA Telnet 2.5
>
>When users try to use the arrow keys to move around a sequence capital
>letters are typed instead (D for <- etc..).
>
>If Telnet 2.6 or VersaTerm are used for the terminal emulation, this does
>not occur.
>
>Has any one found a solution to this, other than upgrading 600 Macs from
>2.5 to 2.6?
>
>We have had a suggestion from GCG to set the terminal type within Telnet
>to vt200 or vt220. This stops the arrow keys from functioning at all!
>
>Thanx in advance for your help and time.
>
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>-- 
>* ***************************************************************** *
>*Michael Mitchell             *"All I know about babies is that you *
>*User Support                 * are not supposed to put them into   *
>*Molecular Biology Software   * washing machines. Makes the colours *
>*Imperial Cancer Research Fund* run, presumably."                   *
>*+44 (0)71 269 3115           * Tom Holt - Here Comes The Sun - 1994*
>* ***************************************************************** *


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Xiaoying

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