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18 Invoking grub-terminfo

The program grub-terminfo generates a terminfo command from a terminfo name (see terminfo). The result can be used in the configuration file, to define escape sequences. Because GRUB assumes that your terminal is vt100-compatible by default, this would be useful only if your terminal is uncommon (such as vt52).

grub-terminfo accepts the following options:

--help
Print a summary of the command-line options and exit.
--version
Print the version information and exit.

You must specify one argument to this command. For example:

     grub-terminfo vt52

 
 
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