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Re: screen -a

From: Anthony Ettinger
Subject: Re: screen -a
Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2006 15:10:29 -0800

don't know, but try removing ~/.screenrc, or re-copying it from /etc/screenrc

I typically just type "screen" or "screen -list". If I have one, "screen -R" will detach-and-re-attach.

On 2/10/06, Dan <address@hidden> wrote:
Hello Everyone,

I was attempting to get screen to correctly display colors and the like,
and one of my attempts included running screen -a.  This has caused
havoc on my terminal settings for screen.  Basically, screen completely
ignores my TERM settings, whether I use the -T option, export TERM, or
leave it alone.  I'm running this on a FC4 box, and prior to screen -a,
my terminal was detected as screen.linux.  It is still detected as such,
but seems to ignore the settings; even after I restart screen.  I looked
for any files it may have modified, and cannot find any (find / -mmin
-60 and strace -o /tmp/screen.trace screen -a).

Right now, my status bar on the bottom is strange colors and doesn't
redraw properly, and CTRL-L causes the screen to go yellow.  This is
quite bizarre....

I'm using PuTTY with linux term.  Any ideas what this could have changed?


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