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non-curses terminal emulator?



T. V. Raman writes:
>
>all you need is ssh.
>If you really think you need curses support ( I doubt it)
>you can use M-x ansi-term 
>and then launch ssh in that terminal, otherwise just use a shell buffer
Doesn't ssh need a tcp/ip layer under it somewhere?  I'm guessing John
>needs something to get characters out of his serial port to the
>serial port on the other machine.  Does minicom with a "dumb"
>terminal setting help perhaps?  
In general I agree that the curses issue isn't so serious, I use
>ssh.el and log in to other machines that way many times a day.  
BTW, this is one of the reasons I've been trying to convince someone
>(or learn myself) to make one of the smart mobile phones a bluetooth
>enabled speech synthesizer.  That way with a bluetooth USB adaptor
>and some software on the host machine you would be able to use their
>own machine to diagnose stuff.  
>>>>>> "John" == John G Heim <jheim@wisc.edu> writes:
>    John> This may be unrealistic but is there a terminal
>    John> emulator that is not curses based? What I want to do is
>    John> use a null-modem cable to connect my laptop to another
>    John> linux box running a getty on ttyS0.  Then just open a
>    John> shell, login and shut it down or restart the network
>    John> services.
>    John> 
>    John> I do support for the Mat Dept here at the U of
>    John> Wisconsin and I'm always going into people's offices
>    John> help them with their computers. None of the linux boxes
>    John> speak except mine.
>    John> 
>    John> 
>    John> -- John G. Heim jheim@math.wisc.edu 3-4189
>    John> 
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