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I currently don't know what tcsh (trusted shell) uses. 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 Ask questions about Fedora that do not belong in any other forum. Could you please possibly post the contents of those files? this contact form

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 The time now is 09:22 PM. tcsh: Cannot open /etc/termcap. The most common conversation I have with people (personally and professionally) about "terminal weirdness" always involves GNU screen. https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-stable/2011-June/063025.html

thanks, bamdad Last edited by bamdad; 18th August 2010 at 11:40 PM. Internet, Networking, and Wireless iPhone, iPad, iPod iPhone Hardware and Accessories iPod Hardware and Accessories iPad Hardware and Accessories iOS and Apps Mac OS X Software OS X - Operating System If you want to view its contents in the Finder, simply choose Go->Go to Folder... (CMD+shift+G). Re: Cannot open /etc/termcap From: Frank Shute Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2008 04:10:13 +0100 On Mon, Jun 02, 2008 at 05:17:28AM -0500, Sam Fourman Jr.

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

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 Re: Cannot open /etc/termcap From: swell . how exactly do i copy the termcap file to /etc (pardon my ignorence but i am new to all this:p) It's cool... http://www.mac-forums.com/showthread.php?t=3808 An example woulod be in csh (c-shell) the .cshrc file, in sh (borne shell) and ksh (korn shell) there is the .profile.

burried in the replies i found the answer i was looking for....again thanks. the trouble is my TERM was set towsvt25 somehow. Theme designed by Audentio Design. ssh should take $TERMfrom the target machine (according to the openssh manpage) which iscons25 by default.

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" "... http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=250250 bamdad View Public Profile Find all posts by bamdad Tags termcap « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Why is the "screen" terminal type so special? > > > > This is probably because your termcap entry is too long. > > If I remember well the length is

i also realised that when i open a new shell i am not using dumb terminal settings. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-open/word-unable-to-open-hyperlink-cannot-open-the-specified-file.html and i can't find termcap in yum, and the ones on pbone.net are for ancient versions of Fedora. here is exactly what it says in case you need it: Last login: Thu Jan 15 14:10:25 on ttyp1 Welcome to Darwin! i am only using them when i login to a new naame and log back into my name.

Then ssh into remote host and: $ echo "TERMCAP=$HOME/.termcap" >> ~/.ssh/environment Log out and ssh in again. Here's how you'd copy it to the right place. Welcome to Mac-Forums! navigate here 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

Since you have not changed anything. The terminal "translation" that GNU screen does -- thus requiring the joke that is TERM=screen -- is a disgrace. android を少し軽くする工夫 トラックバック この記事のトラックバック Ping-URL ブログ作成者から承認されるまでトラックバックは反映されません。 30日以上前の記事に対するトラックバックは受け取らないよう設定されております。 送信元の記事内容が半角英数のみのトラックバックは受け取らないよう設定されております。 このブログへのリンクがない記事からのトラックバックは受け取らないよう設定されております。 ※ブログ管理者のみ、編集画面で設定の変更が可能です。 記事一覧|画像一覧|読者一覧|フォトチャンネル一覧 «migemo と cmigemo と libiconv jman 文字化け 対策» ログイン 編集画面にログイン ブログの新規登録 カレンダー 2016年11月 日 月 火 水 木 金 土

Reply With Quote 01-16-2004,04:04 PM #5 CaptainMack Guest no i havent deleted anything i look on the web and people said to make sure i hade the vt100 file in /usr/share/terminfo/76/

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. Stay logged in Mac Support Forums Mac Help Forums Unix & X11 Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Privacy Policy Top Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2015 XenForo Ltd. tcsh: using dumb terminal settings. [a3jg49h0y39ra:~] berniech% ---------------------------------------------------------- (login/pass were my only inputs) how do i restore the default settings for terminal? 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

You can say `echo ~` and it should say /Users/whomever where "whomever" is your login name. 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 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. his comment is here And it does a horrible job of it, while mangling the output you see.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? is there a quick fix to this? 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 i'll try that, just for the sheer fun of it. ;) anyway, thx again, and i'm marking the thread as solved.

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 wrote: csh: Cannot open /etc/termcap. Or at least that's my understanding. 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

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. 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 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, i'm going to get to the bottom of why termcap/terminfo is missing, because come to think of it, i might need it.

Let's suppose you saved "termcap.txt" to your Desktop. to haka. Privacy Policy | Term of Use | Posting Guidelines | Archive | Contact Us | Founding MembersPowered by vBulletin Copyright 2000 - 2012, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Might work.

tcsh: using dumb terminal settings. 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. can someone please help? Is there a ~/.ssh/environment with $TERM set onyour Samba server?You might want to set it there for future use to cons25.Post by Sam Fourman Jr.Thank you for all your helpRegards,--FrankContact info:

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