gnome-terminal and ^] telnet escape character
ccalzone at math.uwaterloo.ca
Tue Feb 1 21:00:12 UTC 2005
Nope. That simply makes the font size larger.
In fact, it seems that when the CTRL key is held, that the ] key is
behaving as the = key. ie. CTRL-SHIFT-] acts as CTRL-+ and increases
the font size, while CTRL-] acts as CTRL-= and returns the terminal font
to the default size.
Felipe Alfaro Solana wrote:
> On 1 Feb 2005, at 18:16, Christopher Calzonetti wrote:
>> Forgive me asking this question, if it's been asked many many times
>> before. Searching on google tends to cause the non alphabetic
>> characters to be ignored, so I just get general results about
>> Whenever I telnet to a remote machine (as an example, to test a mail
>> server for some configuration or other: telnet mail.machine.com 25) I
>> always see the usual "Connected to mail.machine.com, Escape character
>> is '^]'."
>> When I'm just in an xterm window, or on the console, I can then hit
>> CTRL-], and get the telnet command prompt. But with gnome-terminal,
>> the key combination seems to be ignored. I tried turning off all
>> keyboard shortcuts to see if there was something interferring, but to
>> no avail.
> Add "Shift" to the mess: Ctrl+Shift+"]"
Christopher Calzonetti, MFCF C&O Software Specialist
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