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No entry for terminal type "xterm-256color-256color

I recently added the following (below) to .mycshrc to allow 256 color xterm and allow command line vim to operate in 256 colors, however certain command line tools like less have thrown errors ...
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Running a Command in xterm Without the Window Closing [duplicate]

I am trying to figure out how to open an xterm and execute a command in the new window without the window closing. Ideally, I would like to be able to open an xterm, switch users, and source a .cshrc ...
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Precedent for terminal key bindings for Windows or Mac Cmd key

Unix terminals send ASCII codes below 32 for Ctrl + another key, and have at least two ways of sending "meta" (viz. either prefixing code 27 or setting the high bit of an ASCII character). Is there a ...
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Key repeat X11 xterm & urxvt

I've been trying to get an xmonad development environment setup on my OS X box for a little while right now. I have OS wide key repeating enabled and it's working in other apps, however when I hold ...
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Creating dotfiles for iTerm.app and Terminal.app — how to detect 256 color support?

I’m creating custom dotfiles (.bash_profile and the like) for use with OS X’s Terminal.app and iTerm.app. I’d like to configure some settings conditionally, based on whether the active application ...
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Is There Any Danger in Closing a Parent Xterm Shell with an Active Child?

When I log into my unix servers, I get an xterm window and usually open several more from that initial one. Is there any danger in closing the first window but keeping the children windows open?