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Graphical console applications in Emacs

I am having trouble running htop within an ansi-term in Emacs 24.2. It looks like some of the control characters are not interpreted correctly. I thought ansi-term was capable of handling font ...
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Convert screen log to html

I would like to log actions made in a terminal window, and convert the log to html on fly. I already tried commands script/screen + ansi2html, but the result is not perfect: the escape sequences for ...
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How to use ESC sequences to make terminal region scrollable

I have a stm32f1 controlled device that uses USART/USB port to implement a user control interface. Using a standard terminal software (putty/minicom) a user has an ability to enter simple command in ...
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How can you (programatically) detect the ANSI escape code supported by terminal?

I am playing around with shell scripts that use ANSI codes and found that for one reason or another different escape codes are supported depending on your terminal/os.. In some cases I get a dump of ...
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Passing escape sequences to shells within ansi-term in Emacs

In a regular terminal (e.g. iTerm2 on OS X) I can connect to a database, e.g. > psql .... and then, as I type my command in psql, e.g. $ select foo from bar I can move around (as I type psql ...
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Emacs ansi-term with zsh: error in process filter. Invalid face: unspecified

I have the latest stable versions of Emacs (24.3) and of Zsh (5.0.2). I can run Zsh without problem from a terminal (e.g. ITerm2), but if I try to run it from M-x ansi-term I get the error: Emacs ...
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ansi-term no longer works when emacs is run in daemon mode

I shell into a remote server to run emacs using ssh. Ever since I started running emacs as a daemon I've been having problems using ansi-term, shell, and eshell. I can run commands in eshell fine, ...