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8. Execute a Telnet Session From Within an Emacs Buffer

This mode is intended to be used for telnet or rsh to a remote host; telnet and rsh are the two entry points. Multiple telnet or rsh sessions are supported.

Normally, input is sent to the remote telnet/rsh line-by-line, as you type RET or LFD. C-c C-c sends a C-c to the remote immediately; C-c C-z sends C-z immediately. C-c C-q followed by any character sends that character immediately.

All RET characters are filtered out of the output coming back from the remote system. The mode tries to do other useful translations based on what it sees coming back from the other system before the password query. It knows about UNIX, ITS, TOPS-20 and Explorer systems.

You can use the global telnet-host-properties to associate a telnet program and login name with each host you regularly telnet to.

To configure this package, type:

  M-x customize-group RET telnet RET

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