Terminal emulation settings help rlogin AIX to SCO

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The idea is you can save separate sessions with different settings, there is a "function keys and keypad" vt100. linux, VT400... and SCO...
# 9  
I got putty. It doesn't look right at all with putty. I know I can have seperate sessions with our terminal emulation program but I like starting one session on AIX and then rlogin to SCO. I just want bot term's to act the same.
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You don't need to make every key match, only those which you use. In your case the vast majority of the common keys are mapped the same.

To fix the Interrupt Key, place this command in the users login profile.
stty intr "^C"

If your SCO box has a separate system console and the key mapping works, be sure to exclude the console from any key mapping changes.
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OK, but why does in vi do I have to hit the down arrow 3 times to move down one line. Its the same for left right and up.
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If you have an account on your AIX server where vi works, is there a .exrc file in the home directory for that account? If there is, copy it.
If not, you need to create one on the SCO server. It just maps the scan codes created when you press an arrow key to the manual control codes expected by vi (the same ones you would type if you didn't use the arrow keys).

Ps. I haven't seen a terminal set to "ansi" for at least 15 years. This must be an unusual application.

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