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Try "TERM=screen-bce mutt". vi or clear. You have to put that line in /etc/csh.cshrc (via). Nah, this doesn't help. http://outwardsound.com/freebsd-cannot/freebsd-cannot-open-termcap.html

And it does a horrible job of it, while mangling the output you see. pgpKaKBVFySNv.pgp Description: PGP signature

vvv Home | News | Sitemap | FAQ | advertise | OSDir is an Inevitable website. The most common conversation I have with people (personally and professionally) about "terminal weirdness" always involves GNU screen. Apparently the SC > entry in > /etc/termcap is just short enough.

using dumb terminal settings Страница 1 из 1 [ Сообщений: 15 ] Автор Сообщение Jonny_Richter Заголовок сообщения: Cannot read termcap database. It is the case of the default termcap entry for the screen. The most common conversation I have with people (personally and professionally) about "terminal weirdness" always involves GNU screen.

Wow, look at all those extraneous spaces at the end of > > lines, which you now gloriously have to manually remove. > > While I don't want to stand in If I shorten the TERMCAP somewhat > everything works again, though probably with reduced functionality. > > On 8.2-STABLE I can also set TERM to either screen or SC. 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. 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

If you haven't done so > already, try and get a serial console going, it helps tremendously to > be able to cut&paste debugger info instead of trying to hand > Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. the trouble is my TERM was set to wsvt25somehow.and all I had to do was set it to env TERM cons25 and vim would compile.I am not even sure what I PGP 4BD6C0CB | Previous message: csh Cannot open /etc/termcap after starting "screen" Next message: csh Cannot open /etc/termcap after starting "screen" Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [

Hmm, it looks okay here, terminal/environment issue?" "No it isn't" "Are you using GNU screen?" "Why would that matter?" "Try the app without it" "... The terminal "translation" that GNU screen does -- thus requiring the joke that is TERM=screen -- is a disgrace. It tries to "convert" between the attached terminal type (e.g. 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.

PGP 4BD6C0CB | _______________________________________________ [email protected] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-stable To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[email protected]" Next Message by Thread: Re: csh Cannot open /etc/termcap after starting "screen" On Sat, Jun 18, I have no proof this is Christian's problem, but it's worth considering anyway. And it does a horrible job of it, while mangling the output you see. To make it even stranger, it looks > > like the environment contains something which seems to be valid termcap > > data: > > > > lara:/home/ivoras# setenv > >

Frank Shute 2008-06-04 03:10:13 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Sam Fourman Jr.Post by s***@gmail.comPost by Sam Fourman Jr.csh: Cannot open /etc/termcap.csh: using dumb terminal settings.Are you sure /usr/share/misc/termcap isn't empty and check over here Wow, look at all those extraneous spaces at the end of lines, which you now gloriously have to manually remove. One might be able to detect ("log") potential power loss by looking at SMART attribute 12 on mechanical HDDs in the system; if the RAW_VALUE increases after it happens, then power http://tmux.sourceforge.net/ -- | Jeremy Chadwick jdc at parodius.com | | Parodius Networking http://www.parodius.com/ | | UNIX Systems Administrator Mountain View, CA, US | | Making life hard for others since 1977.

And if there are going to be any patches, you most > certainly will want to get familiar with the debugger to help try > stuff out. PGP 4BD6C0CB | _______________________________________________ [email protected] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-stable To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[email protected]" Next Message by Date: Re: csh Cannot open /etc/termcap after starting "screen" On Sat, Jun 18, xterm, rxvt, vt100) and its own ("screen"). his comment is here k Re: Cannot open /etc/termcap From: Sam Fourman Jr.

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You should specify one, but if you're lazy, you can just setenv TERM xterm in your ~/.cshrc.

Then ssh into remote host and: $ echo "TERMCAP=$HOME/.termcap" >> ~/.ssh/environment Log out and ssh in again. Try "TERM=screen-bce mutt". Wow, look at all those extraneous spaces at the end of > lines, which you now gloriously have to manually remove. 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...

vi or clear. wow, it works! I've also never seen terminal BCE work properly under screen, even with defbce on. weblink OSDir.com freebsd-stable Subject: Re: csh Cannot open /etc/termcap after starting"screen" Date Index Thread: Prev Next Thread Index Hi, On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 13:15 -0700, Jeremy Chadwick wrote:

s***@gmail.com 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 O usuário no qual deseja obter privilégios administrativo se encontra no grupo wheel ? I would advocate he put the following directives in his kernel configuration and rebuild/reinstall kernel and wait for it to happen again. # Debugging options options KDB # Enable kernel debugger WTF?" "Stop using GNU screen".

For example, "mc" writes this: > > > > lara:/home/ivoras# mc > > Unknown terminal: screen > > Check the TERM environment variable. > > Also make sure that the terminal ssh should take $TERMfrom the target machine (according to the openssh manpage) which iscons25 by default. execute no terminal para saber cat /etc/group | grep wheel Espero tr Ajudado > > Se eu logar direto como root não recebo a mensagem. > > O arquivo /etc/termcap está I've also never seen terminal BCE work properly under screen, even with defbce on.

Sam Fourman Jr. 2008-06-04 03:44:57 UTC PermalinkRaw Message I had a friend help me with this. Search Tags admin alt_platform archlinux atmel audio avr avrdude awesome boinc brainfuck browsing chroot cli computers config console counter cron csh cups d.i.y. 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 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.

My box just does a reboot by itself. 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. WTF?" "Stop using GNU screen". 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

The conversations go like this: "This program sucks, it looks like crap" "Really?