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Home/Forum New Posts Unanswered Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Articles Product Reviews Advertise Contact Us Deals Advanced Search Forum Developer Playground OS X - Development and Darwin Trackbacks are closed, but you can post a comment. « A move to ArchLinux Batch image resizing » Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Have you deleted anything? ification/Только в /etc/ttys вместо:ttyv0 "/usr/libexec/getty Pc" cons25r on secureсоответственно делал:ttyv0 "/usr/libexec/getty Pc" xtermr on secureВсе работало до пересборки... Потом перестало. Вообщем обратно заменил xtermr на xterm (без "r"). Ну и у his comment is here

Or at least that's my understanding. how exactly do i copy the termcap file to /etc (pardon my ignorence but i am new to all this:p) It's cool... i am only using them when i login to a new naame and log back into my name. dlink dwa110 Eclipse electronics exim firefox freebsd freenet gnome image java kernel linux ln mail ml-2010 ml-2015 mozilla mplayer network philosophy php port printer programming python rosettaathome RSS RSSOwl RSSOwl 2

tcsh: No entry for terminal type "network" tcsh: using dumb terminal settings. Jump to content Sign In Create Account View New Content MacShadows.com Forums Members Calendar More TSF - Mac Security Forums → Discussion → *nix Javascript Disabled Detected You currently Attached Files: examples.zip File size: 9.8 KB Views: 3 #6 gatorparrots, Feb 20, 2003 gatorparrots uix_expand uix_collapse ~departed~ Joined: Jul 10, 2002 Messages: 459 Likes Received: 0 An older version of Copying things into /etc (which is where a lot of Unix programs like to place their configuration files) is an appropriate time to use sudo.

csh: using dumb terminal settings. Are you sure /usr/share/misc/termcap isn't empty and accesible on the target machine? Delphi, Lazarus, Free Pascal C/C++ Visual Basic Разное Новости Про сайт Работа Юридические документы Барахолка /dev/null Кто сейчас на конференции Сейчас этот форум I totally missed this post, but it explains a lot.

Let me guess -- you're typing "login" at the shell prompt, and logging in as someone else. Last login: Tue Feb 17 15:06:41 on ttyp2 Welcome to Darwin! By needlewithaprun in forum Community Suggestions and Feedback Replies: 7 Last Post: 08-15-2007, 06:32 AM iBook newbie - dumb question By carldavis13 in forum Apple Notebooks Replies: 1 Last Post: 12-28-2006, There is no rxvt-unicode entry in /etc/termcap.

The terminal "translation" that GNU screen does -- thus requiring the joke that is TERM=screen -- is a disgrace. I've already got my .login and .cshrc configured, but I'm interested to see if there are any cool things I can add #3 michaelsanford, Feb 20, 2003 berniech uix_expand uix_collapse And it does a horrible job of it, while mangling the output you see. By witeshark in forum Schweb's Lounge Replies: 0 Last Post: 07-28-2004, 01:45 PM Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments

No, create an account now. ssh should take $TERMfrom the target machine (according to the openssh manpage) which iscons25 by default. Please see the tmux FAQ for the differences between it and GNU screen (read: why tmux is *way* better). It says it can't open /etc/termcap, so look to see if it's there.

If that's the case, let me show you a better way to log in as someone else. this content how exactly do i copy the termcap file to /etc (pardon my ignorence but i am new to all this:p) Reply With Quote 02-16-2004,11:49 AM #9 masaka___ Guest Originally Posted by Example: run mutt from within GNU screen while connected to the system with PuTTY, then copy some of the terminal content and paste it somewhere. vi or clear.

the trouble is my TERM was set towsvt25 somehow. They are the example configurations that should have been the default, shipping configuration. i've tried to locate it but the search results come up empty. #4 berniech, Feb 20, 2003 gatorparrots uix_expand uix_collapse ~departed~ Joined: Jul 10, 2002 Messages: 459 Likes Received: 0 weblink i also realised that when i open a new shell i am not using dumb terminal settings.

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WTF?" "Stop using GNU screen".

P.S. The most common conversation I have with people (personally and professionally) about "terminal weirdness" always involves GNU screen. b. #1 berniech, Feb 20, 2003 gatorparrots uix_expand uix_collapse ~departed~ Joined: Jul 10, 2002 Messages: 459 Likes Received: 0 Here's how to restore your tcsh settings to the default (actually, Cделал рекурсивно права 755 на /usr вхожу без ошибок только su перестало работать. Пишет bash-2.05b$ su su: not running setuid. Вернуться к началу Forth Заголовок сообщения: Добавлено: Вт

macosx.com Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Media Media Quick Links Search Media New Media Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. Reply With Quote 01-15-2004,05:01 PM #3 CaptainMack Guest i havent changed anything (that i know of) Reply With Quote 01-15-2004,05:29 PM #4 rman View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Dec check over here You should specify one, but if you're lazy, you can just setenv TERM xterm in your ~/.cshrc.

and type /etc. #5 gatorparrots, Feb 20, 2003 gatorparrots uix_expand uix_collapse ~departed~ Joined: Jul 10, 2002 Messages: 459 Likes Received: 0 Originally posted by michaelsanford gatorparrots, I've got Puma and to haka. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation OS X - Development and Darwin Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Community Information Center News and Community wrote: csh: Cannot open /etc/termcap.

csh Cannot open /etc/termcap after starting "screen" Jeremy Chadwick freebsd at jdc.parodius.com Thu Jun 16 20:15:22 UTC 2011 Previous message: csh Cannot open /etc/termcap after starting "screen" Next message: csh Cannot Frank Shute 2008-06-04 05:50:16 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Sam Fourman Jr.I had a friend help me with this.