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From: rc...@rice.edu (Roger Barto Cole)
Subject: Wordperfect of Linux
Date: 1995/11/10
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I've been trying to get the demo of WP for Linux running. Everything seems
to load fine, but the shift-F key combinations don't seem to work. I've tried
using the SCO.map file included with iBCS, as well as the scoansi term
definitions in the TERMCAP file with iBCS. Has anyone had a similar problem?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.


	Roger Cole
	rc...@owlnet.rice.edu

From: Mike Jagdis <ja...@purplet.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Wordperfect of Linux
Date: 1995/11/12
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* In message <480k97$...@larry.rice.edu>, Roger Barto Cole said:

RC> I've been trying to get the demo of WP for Linux running.
RC> Everything seems
RC> to load fine, but the shift-F key combinations don't seem to
RC> work. I've tried
RC> using the SCO.map file included with iBCS, as well as the
RC> scoansi term
RC> definitions in the TERMCAP file with iBCS. Has anyone had a
RC> similar problem?

WP uses its own terminal definitions. If you want to use the SCO.map key 
definitions to get a SCO like keyboard you must also be sure you are using 
the WP definition for a SCO console. Plus you must be sure to start X after 
loading SCO.map as X reads the key map when it starts not every time it 
changes.

                                Mike

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