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I have tried using Console Telnet 2.0 beta 4 (Brad Johnson) and TN (D. Maloff) against SCO Unix.
Console Telnet 2.0 give me correct output (using ANSI) and TN gives me full keyboard support - arrows
+ F-keys.  TN is faster than Console Telnet as far as I am able to judge, but if I got only one of them vorking
perfectly in SCO Unix I would be happy.  

Thanks anyone!
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Check if updated TN meets your needs.
<URL:http://www.magadan.su/~maloff/tn/>
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