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Telnet from Unix to Windows [closed]

I'm trying to telnet from a Unix (specifically, Mac OS X) laptop into a server running Windows Server 2008 R2, but am experiencing some issues. The connection is made successfully, but I can't ...
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Shell - Fix 80 column wrap limit

I have several Centos servers that enforce an 80 column limit when I ssh into them, rather than being dynamic and going to the width of whatever shell I am using as seen here: . Is there a way to ...
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shell script - while loop, handle the exception

I am running a shell script with a while loop and it exits with the below error, how could I avoid it or catch the error and let the loop to continue ? ie how could I handle the exception stty: ...
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How can I disable CTRL+Z backgrounding in vim or nano?

I'm using stty susp ^- in a user's .bashrc shell in an attempt at preventing users from using CTRL+Z to background a process. The reason behind this, is that we have a number of users who are used to ...
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How do I restore (xterm|gnome-terminal) wrapping after telnet to HP equipment has messed it up?

I telnet to an HP switch from my (xterm|gnome-terminal). Exit telnet. That breaks the behaviour of the terminal. (If you don't have a HP switch to telnet to, one can cat this file in a terminal ...
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What does the command `stty erase ^H` do?

Probably a newby's question - I saw the command stty erase ^H in one of our log-in script and wanted to know what it does. Does it work on TCSH? or is it only applicable to KSH?
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virsh console and tty size

I have a virtualization server to which I connect over ssh. If I now change the size of the window it will automatically propagate to the server. It's most easily seen using stty -a, checking the ...