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X terminal emulator

xterm is a terminal emulator for the X Window System. It provides DEC VT102 and Tektronix 4014 compatible terminals for programs that cannot use the window system directly. This version implements ISO/ANSI colors and most of the control sequences used by DEC VT220 terminals.

This package provides four commands: xterm, which is the traditional terminal emulator; uxterm, which is a wrapper around xterm that is intelligent about locale settings (especially those which use the UTF-8 character encoding), but which requires the luit program from the x11-utils package; koi8rxterm, a wrapper similar to uxterm for locales that use the KOI8-R character set; and lxterm, a simple wrapper that chooses which of the previous commands to execute based on the user's locale settings.

A complete list of control sequences supported by the X terminal emulator is provided in /usr/share/doc/xterm.

The xterm program uses bitmap images provided by the xbitmaps package.

Those interested in using koi8rxterm will likely want to install the xfonts-cyrillic package as well.

Package version:261-1


Debian README for xterm package

The xterm terminal type on a Debian system is an alias for xterm-debian.
This means that "xterm" and "xterm-debian" are interchangeable as values of
the $TERM environment variable in the shell.  Since the xterm-debian type
is typically not found on non-Debian systems, xterm is used as the system

The terminal description for


-- $XFree86: xc/programs/xterm/README.i18n,v 1.1 2003/11/13 01:16:37 dickey Exp $

Using xterm in your language

Since XFree86 version 4.0, the internationalization (i18n) feature of
xterm is gradually improved.  Xterm is being improved even now.  You
need only set the standard locale environment variables such as
LC_CTYPE, LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE, or LANG.  Once the locale i


xterm (249-1) unstable; urgency=low

  The default value for 'pointerMode' has changed.  'pointerMode'
  specifies when the pointer may be hidden as the user types.  It will
  be redisplayed if the user moves the mouse, or clicks one of its
  buttons.  Previously the default value was "0" meaning never hide the
  pointer.  The default is now "1" meaning hide the pointer after the
  user has typed,


.\" $XTermId:,v 1.3 2007/12/30 15:46:00 tom Exp $
.\" Copyright 2004 Branden Robi


lxterm(1)                                                  lxterm(1)

       lxterm - locale-


RESIZE(1)                                                  RESIZE(1)

       resize  -  set T


.\" $XTermId:,v 1.3 2007/12/30 15:55:21 tom Exp $
.\" Copyright 2001, 2004 Branden Ro


'\" t
.\" $XTermId:,v 1.465 2010/06/15 09:38:48 tom Exp $
.\" Copyright 1996-2009,2010

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