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Re: Back on screen

From: Suso Banderas
Subject: Re: Back on screen
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2004 15:03:07 +0000
User-agent: Mutt/

  Yes, I've had simular problems for the past year or so.  I asked the
same question here and someone recommended that I try:

nonblock on

  in my .screenrc.  It seemed to help a little bit but I'm still having
the same problem from time to time.  Just for the record, I'm using mutt
too.  Actually, I used two mutt processes at the same time in one screen

On Tue, Nov 02, 2004 at 02:41:26PM GMT
> I'm back on screen and glad to be. I went away for a while, dealing
> with tons of xterms instead but finally got tired of that. And the
> multi-term scene is not that good on Solaris.
> I'm currently running Screen version 4.00.02 (FAU) 5-Dec-03 on
> various Solaris 8-9 (sparc and i86) boxes and I seem to having a
> problem.
> Once in a while, the xterm window I have running screen freezes
> completely. I can sometimes recover by killing the window with xkill
> and running screen to recover a Detached session but my
> Detach/Re-attach skills are not so good and this is a pain.
> I *think* it may be related to bell in other screens running mutt
> when new mail arrives but I'm not sure.
> Anyone else having similar problems?
> As a side question, is screen still under active development or is
> it really quiet on that front.
> Thanks in advance.
> -- 
> Charles Gagnon                   | My views are my views and they
>             | do not represent those of anybody
> charlesg at        | but me.
>    You aren't a friend if you installed Win95 on their machine.
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