*- On 25 Aug, Benjamin Low wrote about xterm-debain termcap?
Why is there a separate xterm-debian termcap entry? It is kind of
annoying, as when I brint up a shell to another (non-debian) machine
TERM is still set to 'xterm-debian', which of course the other box
doesn't know about...
Setting the XTerm.termName xresource to 'xterm' works around the
problem, however you seem to lose the use of (at least) the 'Home' and
What is the difference between xterm and xterm-debian, and indeed
xterm-xfree86 which is also present in /etc/termacap/x/?
All the information should be in /usr/doc/xterm/README.Debian, including
solutions for non-Debian machines.
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