ttytype — terminal device to default terminal type mapping
associates termcap(5)/terminfo(5) terminal type names
with tty lines. Each line consists of a terminal type,
followed by whitespace, followed by a tty name (a device name
This association is used by the program tset(1) to set the environment
TERM to the default
terminal name for the user's current tty.
This facility was designed for a traditional time-sharing environment featuring character-cell terminals hardwired to a UNIX minicomputer. It is little used on modern workstation and personal UNIX systems.
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