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Re: Passing Environment Variables In A Config File

From: Tom Purl
Subject: Re: Passing Environment Variables In A Config File
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2006 10:43:44 -0500 (CDT)
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Thanks a *ton* Michael.  I swear that I checked the man page numerous
times before posting this question, but I just missed that option.

Also, sorry for asking something that was solved a few days ago.  I
actually composed my question weeks ago and just joined the list.  It's
a long story, but I should've done a quick search of the list anyways.

Thanks again!

> On Fri, Aug 18, 2006 at 04:15:41PM -0500, Tom Purl wrote:
>> I looked around for a while to find a solution to this and could
>> not. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.
>> I use screen on Linux to access a large number of Unix servers.  Some
>> of the terminal applications that I use on these Unix servers don't
>> recognize a TERM value of 'screen', so I usually have to set that
>> environment variable to 'vt100' after logging in.
>> I was wondering if it was possible to set this environment variable
>> from my .screenrc file so I can eliminate one more thing that I have
>> to type every time that I log into a server.
> <snip>
>> Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
> This was just covered a few days ago, start screen with the right set of
> flags, I have it aliased to start as "screen -T vt220" and now all my
> sessions are set to vt220.  I use vt220 instead of vt100 so stuff that
> colorizes the output works properly.
> I also remove the default /etc/screenrc file that RedHat/Fedora
> installs.
> --
> Michael Parson
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