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[debian-devel:11619] Re: TERM defaults to linux even on serial console (where vt102 would be more appropriate)


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In article <20000214151623.A3592@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
  at Mon, 14 Feb 2000 15:16:23 -0700,
   on Re: TERM defaults to linux even on serial console (where vt102 would be more appropriate),
 Erik Andersen <andersen@xxxxxxxxxxxx> さん writes:

> On Mon Feb 14, 2000 at 09:48:24PM +0100, Eric Delaunay wrote:
> > 
> > Hello Erik,
> > 
> >   could you add some glue to busybox' init to set up TERM to vt102 instead of
> > linux when booting on serial console?
> > Dialog boxes could be better drawn with such term settings (using - and |
> > characters).
> > I know I can pass TERM=vt102 at boot time in kernel command line but it would
> > be nice if it could be automagically assigned by init itself.  Sparc bootdisks
> > worked like that in slink, at least.
> I agree that "ANSI" (the current setting) is not best cross-platform setting,
> but it seems like if we going to change it, then we should either change it to
> set TERM=vt100 (which seems to be the least of all possable least common
> denominators and is what the old busybox used to use), or set it to TERM=linux.
> Architectures that want something other than vt100 can hard code the desired
> TERM setting into the kernel command line...
> Thoughts?  Sound agreeable?
>  -Erik

八田 (修) さんが termcap/terminfo を改良してくれていたので、もう必要無いかも
しれませんが、罫線問題 (化ける) の対策として上のように TERM の設定を

# ここのところパッケージがなかなか揃わなかったり、時間が無かったりで
# local で ja 版の build をできてない。
# テスト用に www.debian.or.jp/~hattas/boot-flopppies/ 以下に最新版を
# 置いてもらうとかできませんか ? (> はった (hattas0 さま)

     # (わたしのおうちは浜松市、「夜のお菓子」で有名さ。)
    <kgh12351@xxxxxxxxxxx> : Taketoshi Sano (佐野 武俊)