A family member uses an ancient Windows program called WinQVT to access an even more ancient computer system at work over the phone line. Somehow or other I actually got the winmodem to work, and I can dial in successfully with Minicom. However, the DEC terminals have a slightly different keyboard from PC's; WinQVT does some keymapping to make it work, such as NumLock -> PF1 (Gold). But in Linux, a variety of crucial keys (PF1, F9 etc) don't function properly. I tried it under xterm, gnome-terminal and the Linux virtual terminal. Any ideas?