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term emul codes for any of the following ?

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does anyone have terminal emulation codes for any of the following terms
513, 715, 4410, 4425, vt220
thanks in advance
dhiggins@autoeurope.com
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Want vt102?
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You'll find it in any normal linux termcap file
(except the 715 maybe)

this is the manual file to interpret the termcap file:

ftp://ftp.ocean.ic.net/pub/systems/linux/redhat/live/usr/man/man5/termcap.5

This is the data file: ftp://ftp.fh-worms.de/pub-barbar/systems/linux/susel3/etc/termcap

if you have any problem getting those, let me know and I'll email you a copy
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