Cannot Open Etc Termcap
Related This entry was written by thandle, posted on October 12, 2008 at 8:40 pm, filed under Uncategorized and tagged config, csh, cshrc, freebsd, shell, ssh, tcsh, term, termcap, terminal, xterm. to haka. Useful Searches Recent Posts Mac Support Forums Mac Help Forums Unix & X11 [HOW TO] Terminal Discussion in 'Unix & X11' started by berniech, Feb 20, 2003. Normally I don't spout off blatant advocacy, but Here's a better idea for Ivan: Get rid of the atrocity that is GNU screen and use tmux instead.
wow, it works! xterm, rxvt, vt100) and its own ("screen"). 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
Alerts Alert Preferences Show All... On CentOS, doing yum provides */termcap brings up a few programs, (including termcap itself, so apparently things will be a bit different) that will provide termcap, but actually, looking at the Wow, look at all those extraneous spaces at the end of lines, which you now gloriously have to manually remove. cp -- copy ~/Desktop/termcap.txt to /etc and have it be named termcap PS: ~ means your home directory.
Password Forgot Password? I've attached one from a Redhat box that you should be able to use, because termcap files don't vary much (if at all) between operating systems. I've also never seen terminal BCE work properly under screen, even with defbce on. F.E.I: throwing away this file: "com.apple.Terminal.plist" from the ~/Library/Preferences...
Could you please possibly post the contents of those files? smr54 View Public Profile Find all posts by smr54 #5 19th August 2010, 11:40 AM bamdad Offline Registered User Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: budapest Posts: 13 Re: 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. There is no rxvt-unicode entry in /etc/termcap.
vi or clear. FYI, login is not a program that you normally execute from the shell. Summary: sudo cp ~/Desktop/termcap.txt /etc/termcap sudo -- temporarily give me more priveleges so that I can... tcsh: No entry for terminal type "network" tcsh: using dumb terminal settings.
Nowhere in the osx terminal help guide did i come across a way to correct this. this content Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are 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 thanks again.
Bookmark the permalink. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Attached Files termcap.txt (720.2 KB, 19 views) Reply With Quote 02-15-2004,05:25 PM #8 CaptainMack Guest it says no such file so i guess that means none is there. weblink it's pretty embarrassing to be novice sometimes.
Reply With Quote 02-17-2004,04:11 PM #10 CaptainMack Guest i did all that and it still says this. Mac-Forums.com Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Archive Web Hosting Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud Web Hosting Talk HostingCon WHIR Hosting Catalog Hottest Hosts Data Centers Data Center Knowledge Data Center here is exactly what it says in case you need it: Last login: Thu Jan 15 14:10:25 on ttyp1 Welcome to Darwin!
Since you have not changed anything.
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Join us to comment and to customize your site experience! 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 can i change this because i think it prevents me from doing stuff. check over here Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes #1 18th August 2010, 11:39 PM bamdad Offline Registered User Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: budapest Posts: 13 /etc/termcap hi everybody,
and all I had to do was set it to env TERM cons25and vim would compile.You would have expected to get an error message from csh along thelines of "$TERM not i really don't want to go through the trouble of installing some BSD in qemu just for a simple demonstration. ssh should take $TERMfrom the target machine (according to the openssh manpage) which iscons25 by default. Re: Cannot open /etc/termcap From: swell .
su - username ...where username is the name of the person you want to log in as. the trouble is my TERM was set towsvt25 somehow. Then ssh into remote host and: $ echo "TERMCAP=$HOME/.termcap" >> ~/.ssh/environment Log out and ssh in again. I have locked myself out a few times whiletesting things.
They are the example configurations that should have been the default, shipping configuration. is there a quick fix to this? Quote: Originally Posted by smr54 On F13, it seems (untested, just did yum provides */termcap) that the vte terminal will put a termcap file in /usr/share, which could probably be copied firstname.lastname@example.org 2008-06-02 04:57:54 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Sam Fourman Jr.I have a FreeBSD 6.2 server installed in June of 2007yesterday I did a portsnap fetch updateand a portupgrade -arnow when
now i'm not really sure how can that be missing, but it is.