Telnet's are slow!!!!!

Josef Karthauser joe at tao.org.uk
Fri Feb 22 11:30:53 GMT 2002


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On Fri, Feb 22, 2002 at 10:47:43AM +0000, Paul Robinson wrote:
> On Feb 21, Josef Karthauser <joe at tao.org.uk> wrote:
>=20
> > I think that I agree with you, but I still use putty because it's a
> > single binary .exe file and so is easy to run in hostile locations,
> > whereas teraterm is a whole collection of files.
>=20
> 'Hostile locations'? Like Cybercafes? :-)
>=20

:) and homes of windows users.

> I agree putty is nice too, but by default backspace should be set to ^H n=
ot=20
> ^? and it should assume the connection will be ssh not telnet straight aw=
ay.=20
> Yes, easy to change, but when I'm in 'hostile locations' I get fed up of=
=20
> constantly changing those settings. Otherwise it's a very cool little pie=
ce=20
> of software.

Wierd, I don't have a backspace problem with putty logging into any of
my machines.

Joe

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