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13.2.15 terminfo

— Command: terminfo --name=name --cursor-address=seq [--clear-screen=seq] [--enter-standout-mode=seq] [--exit-standout-mode=seq]

Define the capabilities of your terminal. Use this command to define escape sequences, if it is not vt100-compatible. You may use `\e' for <ESC> and `^X' for a control character.

You can use the utility grub-terminfo to generate appropriate arguments to this command. See Invoking grub-terminfo.

If no option is specified, the current settings are printed.

 
 
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