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Re: tramp freezes XEmacs on startup

From: lawrence mitchell
Subject: Re: tramp freezes XEmacs on startup
Date: Sat, 17 Aug 2002 19:31:51 +0100
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[OP Cc'ed as he doesn't apppear to be on tramp-devel]

Kai Grossjohann wrote:

> lawrence mitchell <address@hidden> writes:

>> I just had a thought, it may be that `tramp-wait-for-output'
>> doesn't return at all.  You could try edebugging that
>> function to see what happens.  But I'm grasping at straws
>> somewhat.

> I don't seem to have Mark's original message, but Lawrence's answers
> went to tramp-devel only.  Did Mark see them?  Who is Mark?

> Lawrence?

I don't think he did, as I (perhaps sillily only sent to
tramp-devel on fsf).  Certainly I didn't get a private reply.

Anyway, here's the original message:

| Message-Id: <address@hidden>
| From: Mark Oberfield <address@hidden>
| To: address@hidden
| Subject: tramp freezes XEmacs on startup
| Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2002 16:52:58 -0400 (EDT)
| After consulting the Info pages on tramp and reviewing the FAQ I
| cannot determine what is wrong with my configuration of tramp.  It
| just seems to hang when attempting to fetch a file remotely.
| I am using tramp v2.0.12.
| ;;; ********************
| ;;; Set TRAMP to use ssh method
| (add-to-list 'load-path "~/.xemacs/xemacs-packages/lisp/tramp/lisp/")
| (require 'tramp)
| (setq tramp-default-method "scp")
| I have configured ssh so that I do not have to provide a password to
| connect to remote machine.
| Viewing the Message Log buffer reveals:
| tramp: Looking for pattern ^.*\(?:Connection
| \(?:closed\|refused\)\|Host key verification failed\.\|Login
| \(?:Incorrect\|incorrect\)\|Name or service not
| known\|Permission denied\.\|Sorry, try
| again\.\).*\|^.*\(Received signal [0-9]+\).* tramp: Looking for
| pattern Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)\?
| * tramp: Looking for pattern ^.*\([pP]assword\|passphrase.*\):?
| * tramp: Looking for pattern .*ogin: * tramp: Looking for
| pattern ^[^#$%>
| ]*[#$%>] *
| tramp: Found remote shell prompt.
| tramp: Initializing remote shell
| I've set the tramp-debug-buffer to 't
| $ ( test -d
| /staging/master/build/IFPS12/adapt/ifps/src/unld_to_zns/Makefile
| 2>/dev/null; echo tramp_exit_status $? )
| After this it just pauses for as long as I am willing to wait (several
| minutes).  The only way to regain control is to issue a ^G and the
| remote file never gets sucked in.
| My shell on the remote machine is /bin/tcsh and does not require any
| user interaction when logging in.  Documentation states that tramp is
| intelligent enough to determine the login shell and Do the Right
| Thing, yet I see very Bourne shell syntax here in the tramp-debug
| buffer.
| Can anyone suggest a workaround or ideas to get tramp working for me?

As I mentioned, I had suggested that either 'exec /bin/sh' was
failing, or `tramp-wait-for-output' wasn't returning.

lawrence mitchell <address@hidden>

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