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UNIX Client Keytables 12 Years, 8 Months ago  
Hi
I have just started looking at the use of Go-Global with UNIX clients/Servers, and am currently running with the Demo licences. I have two questions which I would be grateful for some help with..

1)
I have noticed that the tables provided are for PC Clients :shock: , which explains my key mapping issues .
Are there any UNIX Client Keytables ready made and available for SunOS 5.6 and 5.8 :wink: :?:

2) Is Go-Global abled to be used in situations where UNIX clients are using different versions of SunOS to that of the Host, hence different Go-Global versions between Host and many Clients :?:


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#751
Re: UNIX Client Keytables 12 Years, 8 Months ago  
I have noticed more key mapping issues when using the "xevent viewer" /usr/openwin/demo/xev during a Go-Global session..
Key code 190 seems to belong to numerous keys, not just one.
The key code is associated with the following keys;;;;

">." "~#" and for the numeric pad keys "1 END" "3 PgDn" "7 Home" "9 PgUp"

Checked the key code values for a normal telnet session between a host and client with the displayed Xevent viewer utility being sent from the host to the client.... all keys had individual codes.


Hi
I have just started looking at the use of Go-Global with UNIX clients/Servers, and am currently running with the Demo licences. I have two questions which I would be grateful for some help with..

1)
I have noticed that the tables provided are for PC Clients :shock: , which explains my key mapping issues .
Are there any UNIX Client Keytables ready made and available for SunOS 5.6 and 5.8 :wink: :?:

2) Is Go-Global abled to be used in situations where UNIX clients are using different versions of SunOS to that of the Host, hence different Go-Global versions between Host and many Clients :?:
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#752
Re: UNIX Client Keytables 12 Years, 8 Months ago  
I have noticed more key mapping issues when using the "xevent viewer" /usr/openwin/demo/xev during a Go-Global session..
Key code 190 seems to belong to numerous keys, not just one.
The key code is associated with the following keys;;;;

">." "~#" and for the numeric pad keys "1 END" "3 PgDn" "7 Home" "9 PgUp"

Checked the key code values for a normal telnet session between a host and client with the displayed Xevent viewer utility being sent from the host to the client.... all keys had individual codes.


Hi
I have just started looking at the use of Go-Global with UNIX clients/Servers, and am currently running with the Demo licences. I have two questions which I would be grateful for some help with..

1)
I have noticed that the tables provided are for PC Clients :shock: , which explains my key mapping issues .
Are there any UNIX Client Keytables ready made and available for SunOS 5.6 and 5.8 :wink: :?:

2) Is Go-Global abled to be used in situations where UNIX clients are using different versions of SunOS to that of the Host, hence different Go-Global versions between Host and many Clients :?:


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