We have a lot of old PC's running Windows XP for the sole purpose of running a terminal emulator. Desperately want to get away from Windows XP, so have tried Ubuntu with Xterm and linux Mint with Putty, but can't seem to map the F5 key to how we need it to work with our red hat server
I'm trying to map the F5 key to send a string of
\033[M on Xterm for Ubuntu. Have modified the .Xresources file as follows:-
*xterm.translations: #override <key>f5: string("\033[M")
Have tried many modifications of the above too, but nothing seems to work. The other option is using Putty on Linux mint, but can't seem to map the keys in Putty either. Any help or is very much appreciated!