C’est vrai que minicom à l’air de refuser de changer de terminal (c’est bizarre mais bon). Il me semblait qu’il était assez souple. Du coup j’ai un peu approfondi les recherches. Je te suggère le lien Ce lien la mais je suis assez pessimiste:
[quote] Unless you want to emulate the standard vt100 (or close to it) or a Wyse 60, there doesn’t seem to be much free terminal emulation software available for Linux. The free programs minicom and seyon (only for X Window) can emulate a vt100 (or close to it). Seyon can also emulate a Tektronix 4014 terminal. See Wyse 60 emulator
Minicom may be used to emulate a directly connected terminal by simply starting minicom (after configuring it for the serial port used). Of course, you don’t dial out and when you want to quit (after you logout from the other PC) you use minicom’s q command to quit without reset since there is no modem to reset. When minicom starts, it automatically sends out a modem init string to the serial port. But since there’s no modem there, the string gets put after the “login:” prompt. If this string is mostly capital letters, the getty program (which runs login) at the other PC may think that your terminal has only capital letters and try to use only capital letters. To avoid this, configure the modem init strings sent by minicom to null (erase the init strings).
The terminal emulator “Procomm” (which is from Dos), can be used on a Linux PC if you run dosemu to emulate Dos. For details see: solarflow.dyndns.org/pcplus/.
There’s a specialized Linux distribution: Serial Terminal Linux. It will turn a PC to into a minicom-like terminal. It’s small (fits on a floppy) and will not let you use the PC for any other purpose (when it’s running). See eskimo.com/~johnnyb/computers/stl/. It will let you have more than one session running (similar to virtual terminals), one for each serial port you have.
TERM (non-free commercial software from Century Software) ecc400.com/censoft/termunix.html can emulate Wyse60, 50; VT 220, 102, 100, 52: TV950, 925, 912; PCTERM; ANSI; IBM3101; ADM-1l; WANG 2110. Block mode is available for IBM and Wyse. It runs on a Linux PC.
Sous Windows, il y aurait QVT/NET