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Old 03-30-2005, 10:09 AM   #1
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Client for 'raw telnet mode' like PuTTY


Does anyone know a linux-console program like telnet
which acts in raw mode like PuTTY can.

I would especially need a line discipline where each character
is sent immediately and not only after a newline.
(Like you can set in 'line discipline' with PuTTY).

RAW mode would be nice too, but is not as important.

I need this as a client for chat server, which relies on
getting each char directly.

It works with telnet from WinXP which seems behave this way
but it doesn´t correctly with the linux NetKit telnet.

Tanks in advance.
Old 03-30-2005, 10:20 AM   #2
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Standard telnet can do that by adding some extra options - take a look at:
man telnet


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