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bug#10586: 23.3; cd in remote shell reset working directory to local hom
bug#10586: 23.3; cd in remote shell reset working directory to local home
Tue, 24 Jan 2012 13:19:38 -0500
Gnus (www.gnus.org), GNU Emacs (www.gnu.org/software/emacs/)
> Open a remote folder, e.g.
> C-x C-f /onan:bin
> Open a remote shell there
> M-x shell
> Check with pwd that working directory is remote
> M-x pwd
> Execute in the shell cd
> > cd
> Check with pwd that working directory is now _local_ home
> M-x pwd
I can't reproduce this using Tramp's scpc method and don't see how such
a thing could even be possible. Is your local home directory even
visible on the remote machine? What tramp connection method are you
using? Does it happen with `emacs -Q'?
> After this happens the only way I found to fix the working directory
> is to kill the shell buffer and open it again.
Depending on the shell you use, does not 'cd -' take you back to the