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  1. #1
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    Default Linux problem

    We are currently logging into the Dataflex program through a small SSH terminal program.
    Unfortunately, this SSH application will soon be replaced!

    A simple solution could be to use the PUTTY client, but a little bit jammed and we would like to help.

    We do not find out what kind of environment settings should be used to keep the keyboard running properly in the Windows Putty!
    Dfkeytst.flx was tested and did not work properly for each key!
    Specifically, we do not run ctr, alt, shift + key combinations, but users are very attached to them (eg ALT + K = item entry, Alt + F2 optional list, CTRL + ALT + F10 = stop running). .etc)

    Géza Michaletzky
    NEXT Software Ltd.

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    Default Re: Linux problem

    hi - I don't know about the keys, but MSYS adds an ssh client that you can use from your command prompt.
    http://mingw.org/wiki/msys

    To run ssh client, open a command prompt and type "ssh <addr>"
    Sean Bamforth. - D̤͍͍̭̱̄ͦ̆̏̇ͯ͑̄å̩̻͈͒͌t͇̻͙̞̤̱̏̎̐a͈͎͈ͬ̓̽ͮ̓̔̎ͅf̙͓̃̆̈́̔ ̳̣̝͔̲ḷ̩̺̗͎ͤ͂̇̚e̻̙̼̞̥͖̬̹ͮ͌ͫ̆ͬͅx͉̖̣̩̮̖̎͌ ͍̃̃̉̆̋̋ͥP̠̝̱̿͛ͬͩ̍̅̔ͣr̻̪̤͚̘̰̤͑̿̈̄̍ͯo̫͈̪̭̥͙͛̃̔̀g̔͗ͦ̅ ̝̯̘̣̘͗͆̄̋r̲͓̭͓̪̋ͩͤ͛̑́̎͋a͇̰̼͚̜̅́͌͗̆̅̏ͪͦm̯̤̱̥͇͋͒̈̅̓ͮ ̱̣̞m̖̼̰̟̗̮̬͓͗͋̏̓ͫ̑ͪͅḙ̄ͯͧ̋̋̑̊͗ͅr͕͇ͪ͒̆͗͆̓̀

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    Default Re: Linux problem

    Thans, I will try it.

    Géza Michaletzky
    Quote Originally Posted by seanyboy View Post
    hi - I don't know about the keys, but MSYS adds an ssh client that you can use from your command prompt.
    http://mingw.org/wiki/msys

    To run ssh client, open a command prompt and type "ssh <addr>"

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    Default Re: Linux problem

    Géza

    I have always used TinyTerm for this (although not for a few years now). The keys are fully mappable.

    Mike

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