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Hi there, I am using exceed on my PC try to telnet the Unix and linux server. Here are my running command as: "xterm ... -bg gray -fg black ..", which means for the background, the color is gray, and it is black for the foreground. It is fine if I telnet to the unix platforms, but when I telnet to the linux ones, the window looks odd: 1. the color of background is still gray for the areas that there are no fonts. 2. but the color of background of the fonts is black, and the color of fonts ...

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    Hi there,
    I am using exceed on my PC try to telnet the Unix and linux server.
    Here are my running command as: "xterm ... -bg gray -fg black ..",
    which means for the background, the color is gray, and it is black for
    the foreground.

    It is fine if I telnet to the unix platforms, but when I telnet to the
    linux ones, the window looks odd:
    1. the color of background is still gray for the areas that there are
    no fonts.
    2. but the color of background of the fonts is black, and the color of
    fonts are gray. Totally as if the fonts are being highlighted

    Does someone know who to solve that ?


    cj
    Charlie Guest

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    Charlie wrote:
    > Does someone know who to solve that ?
    .... stop using shades of grey :)
    ..
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    mjt Guest

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    Default Re: Exceed && linux

    Charlie wrote:
    > Hi there,
    > I am using exceed on my PC try to telnet the Unix and linux server.
    > Here are my running command as: "xterm ... -bg gray -fg black ..",
    > which means for the background, the color is gray, and it is black for
    > the foreground.
    Throw out Exceed and use CygWin, which is kept much more up to date and
    supports OpenSSH natively for far more secure access and better X support?

    Use Putty for an SSH client and ignore Xceed?
    > It is fine if I telnet to the unix platforms, but when I telnet to the
    > linux ones, the window looks odd:
    > 1. the color of background is still gray for the areas that there are
    > no fonts.
    > 2. but the color of background of the fonts is black, and the color of
    > fonts are gray. Totally as if the fonts are being highlighted
    >
    > Does someone know who to solve that ?
    A lot of Linux graphical windows look like hell on other people's odd
    and undoented/undoentable/proprietary non-standard-X servers.

    Just use Putty if you just want terminal windows.

    Nico Kadel-Garcia Guest

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