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Old 05-30-2003, 06:51 PM   #1
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Terminal Settings


Can anyone tell me what command will show me my terminal settings and identify the terminal type?

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Do you mean like if you are using aterm or eterm or konsole?
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Hi Crashed_Again

I tried echo $TERM and that gave me a result of xterm, which I think is the terminal type? I've tried stty -a and was wondering if the results from that are the terminal settings?


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