This will work for now but needs a bit of tweaking to work correctly on FreeBSD.

Copy /etc/termcap to ~/.termcap or /usr/local/etc/termcap so that you do not 
mess with the system termcap.Edit ~/.termcap or /usr/local/etc/termcap with any 
editor that you like. Find cons25 termcap information Add a slash on the last 
line so it looks like this at the end :\.

Then add a line that looks like this :cs=%d;%dr: at the end of the cons25 

Then you need to make it so TERMPATH has ~/.termcap or /usr/local/etc/termcap 
in the path I tend to do this  setenv TERMPATH 

Change setenv to whatever the shell your using uses for export. 

But this should get tmux and some other ports working for now they might be a 
bit messed up.

If any of the other people on this mailing list can actually get cs working 
correctly since I know that my way works but does not work like you would 
expect please inform myself since this is the first time I actually dived into 
a termcap file. 

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