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Re: Unable to open or save remote files using Tramp.

From: Santosh Navale
Subject: Re: Unable to open or save remote files using Tramp.
Date: Sun, 15 May 2011 14:31:22 -0500

Hi Michael,

Thanks for the suggestion. As you pointed out 'head -c' does not exist. Also I noticed something strange in the log that you pasted in your previous mail.

tail -c +40961 /home/san6695/ECEN689/project/perl/RCS/\,v | head -c +8192 >/tmp/tramp.10802aCb   -------> I have no idea why its trying to do anything to the file in RCS folder. It is a version control thing. It should try to edit/modify/save/open etc the file /home/san6695/ECEN689/project/perl/

I removed the folder RCS and started a new emacs. It seems to be doing well now. But I do get the occasional "Could not find status of  test -e <filename>". Which I think is very strange.

Could you suggest why this strange behavior with RCS folder and later, after getting rid of RCS folder, the could not find status message.

Thanks for all the help.

On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 1:32 PM, Michael Albinus <address@hidden> wrote:
Santosh Navale <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi Michael,

Hi Santosh,

> Thanks. I have attached the debug buffer in its entirety. Please let
> me know if you know any more details.

The buffer contains command sequences like this:

12:29:21.134560 tramp-send-command (6) # tail -c +40961 /home/san6695/ECEN689/project/perl/RCS/\,v | head -c +8192 >/tmp/tramp.10802aCb
12:29:21.667347 tramp-wait-for-regexp (6) #
head: illegal option -- c

Obviously, the "head" command does not understand the "-c" option. Could
you, please, check on the remote host:

# which head
# head --help

Maybe there is another "head" command (at another path) which could be used.

> Thanks
> Santosh

Best regards, Michael.

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