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Re: config to get screen to never touch the hardware status line in xter
Re: config to get screen to never touch the hardware status line in xterm
Fri, 03 Oct 2008 08:42:38 -0700
Thunderbird 184.108.40.206 (Macintosh/20080914)
Hi again folks.
Thanks for the info. I primarily use RHEL and CentOS based systems, so
poking around teh /etc/screenrc shows that they added the hardstatus
I am able to get what i want by putting
termcapinfo xterm hs@
in my .screenrc and it works like a charm.
Thanks very much!
Micah Cowan <address@hidden> writes:
/ Alex Tang wrote:/
/>> Hi folks./
/>> I've been reading on google and in the archives about how folks do cool/
/>> things with the hardstatus and "hardware status" line in xterms. I'm/
/>> trying to do exactly the opposite...I want screen (when used in a/
/>> terminal program that announces itself as "xterm" e.g. real xterm or/
/>> putty) to never touch the hardware status line (title bar) of the window./
/> AIUI, Screen will only ever touch the xterm title bar if it has been/
/> told it's the "hardstatus line" via "termcapinfo" lines that define the/
/> fs and ts features./
When I've had the misfortune to use CentOS-based hosts, I noticed they
fucked with the xterm window title by default. This probably means that
either RHEL or the guy who built our SOE put stupid nonstandard things
in /etc/screenrc (or /etc/X11/Xresources/xterm).