x11 , xterm, and xtem -t seccess. thanks for all the help.

Created at: 2021-04-15 16:36:45
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I wanted to thank the whole apple users for the help in getting X-windows xterm - t ( the tektronix 4010 emulation) running on my macbook air. working with the Swedish ARPANET and INTERNET Histroians we now have the computer graphics system that I wrote for MIT 40 years ago running again.



MIGS (Muddle Interactie Graphics System) was written in MUDDLE a LISP like language created at

MIT-DM, and it runs on ITS (Incompatable Time Sharing). I'm using the DEC KA-10 emulator running

at "its.pdp10.se 1003" to restore the Muddle programming environment and MIGS running again. It

faster than the original DEC hardware.



Below is a graphics display and most of the source code for the SENE1 display.



I guess my only question is does "xterm -t" have a local keboard key sequence to clear the display??

At the minute I'm using the MIGS comand <PAGE>$ when ever i want to erase the display. <PAGE>$

transmits an ascii 27 ascii 12 , escape control L to erase the display. Since thde TEK4010 is a storage scope, one must erase the screen often or it becomes unreadable.







Answer #1:

By: Myrtie Mueller

I wanted to thank the whole apple users for the help in getting X-windows xterm - t ( the tektronix 4010 emulation) running on my macbook air. working with the Swedish ARPANET and INTERNET Histroians we now have the computer graphics system that I wrote for MIT 40 years ago running again.



MIGS (Muddle Interactie Graphics System) was written in MUDDLE a LISP like language created at

MIT-DM, and it runs on ITS (Incompatable Time Sharing). I'm using the DEC KA-10 emulator running

at "its.pdp10.se 1003" to restore the Muddle programming environment and MIGS running again. It

faster than the original DEC hardware.



Below is a graphics display and most of the source code for the SENE1 display.



I guess my only question is does "xterm -t" have a local keboard key sequence to clear the display??

At the minute I'm using the MIGS comand <PAGE>$ when ever i want to erase the display. <PAGE>$

transmits an ascii 27 ascii 12 , escape control L to erase the display. Since thde TEK4010 is a storage scope, one must erase the screen often or it becomes unreadable.







Answer #2:

By: Annetta Kohler

Answer #3:

By: Prof. Gerson Mertz PhD

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