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Logging out SUPDUP and TELNET windows

It is more subtle than you think.  Note that some LispM users use
Network-L to log out.  This sends the SUPDUP logout sequence (and
probably does nothing in TELNET).  This works on ITS, which correctly
understands the SUPDUP sequence.  TWENEX can't do much about it (now),
so the best it can do is detach.  Therefore,

(1) TWENEX should be fixed (good luck, since this brings up some of the
    same issues that terminal location brings up), and
(2) People who use Network-L on TWENEX should try and change their