Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : KERMUTIL.ZIP
Filename : MSK232AT.INI

 
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; MSK232AT.INI for MsKermit version 2.32A and 3.0
; Enhanced emulation of VT102 keypad on PC/AT
; by Timo Salmi, Sun 14-Jan-1990
; Useful discussions with Hannu Hirvonen, Harri Valkama and Ari Ladvelin
; are acknowledged


;
; I M P O R T A N T N O T I C E !!!
;
; If you are using Dos version 3.3 you may experience problems with the
; numeric keypad keys. There is nothing wrong with this .ini keyboard driver.
; The problems are due to incompatibilities between MsKermit and Dos 3.3. I
; solved them by using Dos 3.3 with Dos version 3.21 keyb.exe and
; keyboard.sys. This problem seem to have to do with the psysical
; keyboard because it bothers one make of PCs but not another.

; Change the baud rate, parity, and port if necessary and as relevant:
set baud 9600
set port com2

; Select terminal emulation etc
set terminal vt102
set terminal wrap on

; If your host is a Unix system, even parity is a good choice for
; binary Kermit transfers. You may have to set also the C-Kermit of
; your host to comply.
; With many other hosts, such as VAX/VMS, usually omit the parity,
; or use set parity none
set parity even

set display 7-bit ;Ordinary ascii
set dump f:\kermit.scn ;Screen image destination (see alt G later)

comment F1 (GOLD) (F1 definition could be omitted since it is a default)
set key \315 \Kgold ;This sets F1 key to act as VT102 gold (PF1) key

comment Keypad ./. (HELP)
set key \4399 \Kpf2 ;This sets ./. numkey to act as VT102 help (PF2) key

comment Keypad x (find next/find)
set key \311 \Kpf3

comment Keypad - (delete line, undelete line)
set key \330 \Kpf4

comment Keypad 7 (page/command)
set key \839 \Kkp7

comment Keypad 8 (sect/fill)
set key \840 \Kkp8

comment Keypad 9 (append/replace)
set key \841 \Kkp9

comment Keypad + (delete word/undelete word)
set key \334 \Kkpminus

comment Keypad 4 (advance/bottom)
set key \843 \Kkp4

comment Keypad 5 (backup/top)
set key \844 \Kkp5


comment Keypad 6 (cut/paste)
set key \845 \Kkp6

comment Keypad 1 (word/change case)
set key \847 \Kkp1

comment Keypad 2 (end of line/delete eol)
set key \848 \Kkp2

comment Keypad 3 (char/specins)
set key \849 \Kkp3

comment Keypad enter (enter/subs)
set key \4365 \Kkpenter

comment Keypad 0 (line/open line)
set key \850 \Kkp0

comment Keypad . (select reset)
set key \851 \Kkpdot

comment F5 (select reset)
set key \319 \Kkpdot

comment Delete (delete char/undelete char)
set key \4435 \Kkpcoma

comment ctrl DEL (linefeed)
set key \5523 \10

; inactivate F6-F10 (they have default functions)
;set key \316 ;F2
;set key \317 ;F3
;set key \318 ;F4
;set key \319 ;F5
set key \320 ;F6
set key \321 ;F7
set key \322 ;F8
set key \323 ;F9 ;Defined later below
set key \324 ;F10 ;Defined later below
set key \389 ;F11
set key \390 ;F12

; Enhanced VT102 editing
set key \4423 \8 ;Home = to the beginning of the line
set key \4431 \Kkp2 ;End = to the end of the line
set key \4425 \27\79\117\27\79\120\27\79\116
;PgUp = back up 16 rows (num5 num8 num4)
set key \4433 \Kkp8 ;PgDn = advance 16 rows
set key \4434 \1 ;Ins = ^A (command line insert on)

; Redisplay commands
set key \5495 \Khomscn ;ctrl Home = Up to top of screen memory
set key \5493 \Kendscn ;ctrl End = Back to current position
set key \5508 \Kupscn ;ctrl PgUp = Previous screen
set key \5494 \Kdnscn ;ctrl PgDn = Next screen
set key \323 \Kupone ;F9 = Roll screen memory up one line
set key \324 \Kdnone ;F10 = Roll screen memory down one line

; Commands resembling the layout of Procomm
set key \2408 \Klogon ;alt F1 = Turn on session logging
set key \2409 \Klogoff ;alt F2 = Turn off session logging
set key \2411 \Kdos ;alt F4 = Push to dos
;set key \2352 \Kbreak ;alt B = Send a break (one of the many defaults)
set key \2350 \Kreset ;alt C = Clear screen
set key \2338 \Kdump ;alt G = Append current screen to dump file
set key \2353 \Kholdscrn ;alt N = Screen pause toggle
set key \2335 \Kstatus ;alt S = Display status message
set key \2348 \Khelp ;alt Z = Display connect help message

; Keyboard --> Host
; Scandinavian characters typed from the keyboard are changed into
; their equivalents used by the host, i.e. the 8-bit PC Scandinavian
; characters are converted into 7-bits.
; For German, and other international keyboards, the principle is the same.
; For a U.S. keyboard comment out the translations
set translation input on
set translation input \091 \142 ; [ Ž
set translation input \092 \153 ; \ ™
set translation input \093 \143 ; ] 
set translation input \123 \132 ; { „
set translation input \124 \148 ; | ”
set translation input \125 \134 ; } †

; Host --> Screen
; The 7-bit equivalents used by the host are converted back into the
; 8-bit scandinavian characters.
; For German, and other international keyboards, the principle is the same.
set key \142 \091 ; Ž [
set key \153 \092 ; ™ \
set key \143 \093 ;  ]
set key \132 \123 ; „ {
set key \148 \124 ; ” |
set key \134 \125 ; † }

; Some special settings just for the sake of it:
; If you do not like them comment them away with a semicolon (;) as I have
; done. (Your can comment them away also with the word comment.)
; See MsKermit documentation, or set terminal ? for more details
;set terminal cursor block ;Use a block as the cursor
;set terminal keyclick on ;Drive your colleagues crazy
;set terminal color 0,0,32 ;An alternative way of changing the text green

;Some special features (see MsKermit documentation):
; set retry 20
; set send packet 94
; set send timeout 20

; Put here any other commands/definitions you wish to make
; See MsKermit documentation, or use ? at command prompt for more details


  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : KERMUTIL.ZIP
Filename : MSK232AT.INI

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