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Greetings All, I am looking for a Terminal Client that will interpret the Wyse 50 / Adds VP+. As it stands, I can connect to the HP-UX server via a ...
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    Greetings All,

    I am looking for a Terminal Client that will interpret the Wyse 50 / Adds VP+. As it stands, I can connect to the HP-UX server via a telnet session but the xterm does not recognize the character layout. As long as I know the commands I can still navigate but the information is not readable. I am using RH9. Any help would be appreciated.

    Regards.

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    I was able to find many commercial programs able to do that. Do you require an open source solution?

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    I am looking for an Open Source solution. But the commercial solutions would be a great start as long as they are Linux capable. Perhaps a derivative could be created from the commercial versions. If you could please post your findings it would be greatly appreciated.

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    Just search for "wyse 50 linux" on google and you'll find a bunch. Couldn't find any open source versions, though.

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    Thanks for the link. Unfortunately I am looking for clients not servers. All the ones listed under "wyse 50 linux" are either servers or emulators. I need the app that will connect to those (Open Source preferred). Thanks again.

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    Oh yeah, you seem to be right. I didn't read it very thoroughly, and I assumed that emulator was supposed to refer to a client-side emulator. It doesn't seem to be, though.
    In that case, I don't know. Sorry.

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