I am connecting to my linux machine via telnet
from an OS/2 v4.0 workstation. I connect fine
but when I try to use an application (eg. pine) it
gives me an "unknown terminal vt220" error. I have
tried typing "set term vt100" but it does not seem to
help. I connect to other unix machines (solaris, bsd)
from the same OS/2 machine and it works great! Any
ideas would be appreciated.
Your telnet client is obviously advertising itself as a vt220
terminal, and for some reason your Linux system doesn't appear to have an entry in /etc/termcap for a vt220. This is odd, as these are common
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