vt100 terminfo with padding for an actual vt100?
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Mon Sep 5 11:30:48 CDT 2016
> The usual answer, from back in the day, was to make sure hardware flow
> control was on and working at higher speeds. If you don't have that,
> you are going to lose > 9600 baud. I spent way too much time pulling
> fat cable to enable this after we'd wired the building with 3-wire
> cable for the VT52's and cute 'headphone' plug-in jacks back in my
> high school days...
Generally, DEC didn't have hardware flow control at that time because it was
not in the standard. I'm pretty sure there was no hardware flow control
available on the VT100. It used XON/XOFF.
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