Update: I configured putty (Windows 8; x64) to send exactly the same data as an old 16 bit Hyperterminal (Windows XP). I tested it using Wireshark. But still the Software on the Suse Server does not respond correctly to my typing of Fn keys.
What could possibly be wrong? Wat am I missing here?
I just switched from a 16 bit terminal client to Putty (on Windows 8 Pro x64) and ran into a Problem which I cannot solve on my own:
I need the Keyboard shortcut [Shift]+[F1] inside the Server-Session. But whenever I type the two keys, Putty just removes the selected character form the screen.
Wireshark told me the transmitted Data is "\033[Y" and the "Poor Woman's Telnet Server" (ShellIo Java Library) calls it "Unrecognized ESC sequence with char 89 Y".
How can I send this escape sequence from the putty client? I configured putty to SCO Keyboard Settings and it sends the right sequences (so it's shown in Wireshark). But the Server does not respond to F1 to F12.