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g00r00 [Terminal / Command Prompt Configurations]
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 In Unix-Based environments,​ the operating system terminal settings can often times be tweaked to allow for more accurate looking local login'​s to the BBS simply by typing "​./​mystic"​ on the command prompt. Mystic has the option to run in the local console in both traditional CP437 or UTF8 modes, allowing for many different ways to configure a terminal to work well locally. In Unix-Based environments,​ the operating system terminal settings can often times be tweaked to allow for more accurate looking local login'​s to the BBS simply by typing "​./​mystic"​ on the command prompt. Mystic has the option to run in the local console in both traditional CP437 or UTF8 modes, allowing for many different ways to configure a terminal to work well locally.
  
-In Windows, ​often times the default installation will include inaccurate DOS colors and some non-optimal settings for the command prompt. ​ The good news is that these colors and options can easily be set by closing your command prompts and importing a registry file to set more DOS accurate colors and options.+In Windows, the default installation will often include inaccurate DOS colors and some non-optimal settings for the command prompt. ​ The good news is that these colors and options can easily be set by closing your command prompts and importing a registry file to set more DOS accurate colors and options. 
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 +Please see the following sections for more detailed information based on your operating system:
  
 ==== Configuration Reference Links ==== ==== Configuration Reference Links ====
terminal_setup.txt · Last modified: 2019/02/01 08:07 by g00r00