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Re: Terminal problem with linux-2.0.34
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- From: Ville Herva <vherva@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Terminal problem with linux-2.0.34
- Date: Sun, 14 Feb 1999 23:48:46 +0200
- Cc: zsh-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Samuli Kärkkäinen <Samuli.Karkkainen@xxxxxxxxxx>
- In-reply-to: <990214094636.ZM27905@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; from Bart Schaefer on Sun, Feb 14, 1999 at 09:46:36AM -0800
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On Sun, Feb 14, 1999 at 09:46:36AM -0800, you [Bart Schaefer] claimed:
> On Feb 14, 3:50pm, Ville Herva wrote:
> } Subject: Re: Terminal problem with linux-2.0.34
> } I'm afraid I do not have access to the console as the machine the bug
> } appears on is a server residing elsewhere.
> OK, that's useful information.
> Do you log in to the compute server and run xterm there with the display
> pointing back to your local X server, or do you start your xterm on the
> local machine and then rlogin?
If I use xterm or rxvt, I do so using the ssh's X forwarding capability
(ssh creates a proxy server on the server side and forwards the connection
through a crypted channel to the client's X server.)
I have also logged in with ssh from a xterm running on the client side.
Using any of these method, the problem appear similarly.
> Are you always using ssh?
For security reasons, that is the only way to connect the server.
> If you start several login sessions at a time, does it affect all of them?
> } > What happens if you "unsetopt zle" or run zsh as "zsh +Z"?
> } Everything works as expected, the problem does not appear.
> OK, then it's most likely an stty problem of some kind. What happens if
> you first start "zsh +Z" and then do "setopt zle"?
The problem appears as before.
> } > If running X11, have you completely shut down and restarted the server?
> } No. This is something I just can't do since it is a production server.
> I meant the X server process, not the compute server machine, but if you're
My mistake, that's clear when you read that sentence more carefully.
> only doing remote login and from several different places, the question
> doesn't apply.
I guess so.
> You are able to install a new zsh on the compute server, though? So you
> have some adminstrator privileges for it? If not, by what method are you
> starting zsh when you log in?
I have administrative privileges, and I've tried starting zsh straight
from /bin/zsh as part of the login process. I also tried executing the
newly compiled binary straight from the temporary directory.
I would also like to add that I tried removing my .zshrc, but the problem
still persisted. (I use the exact same .zshrc elsewhere, so I did not
imagine that to be the problem.)
> Incidentally, are any other users having the same problem with zsh?
That's what I would like to know, too...
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