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Old 06-11-2003, 10:44 PM   #1
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Screen aps and numpad key

I have some problem with screen.
I must use ssh to administrate some box, so to have multiple terminal, I use screen (if you know a better way, tell me).

but screen config looks very weird about keyboard, especially about numpad key... except the (numpad)Enter and the (numpas)Delete, no numpad key are correctly working.
Is there a way I can map these key for screen, I really like to use my numpad / key and my numpad *

Thank you


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