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Re: tramp (2.1.1-pre); stop at perl "mime-encode" impeletation

From: Michael Albinus
Subject: Re: tramp (2.1.1-pre); stop at perl "mime-encode" impeletation
Date: Fri, 03 Sep 2004 15:21:56 +0200
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YuTing <address@hidden> writes:

> My *Message* :
> tramp: Waiting 30s for `unset MAIL MAILCHECK MAILPATH'
> tramp: Waiting 30s for `unset CDPATH'
> tramp: Setting shell prompt
> tramp: Remote `/bin/sh' groks tilde expansion, good
> tramp: Finding command to check if file exists
> tramp: Finding a suitable `ls' command
> tramp: Checking remote `/bin/ls' command for `-n' option
> tramp: Testing remote command `/bin/ls' for -n...okay
> tramp: Using remote command `/bin/ls' for getting directory listings
> tramp: Sending the Perl `file-attributes' implementation.
> tramp: Sending the Perl `mime-encode' implementations.
> *Stop at here and I must use C-g to quit ...why? *

This happens sometimes due to problems in sending strings longer than
500 Bytes (or even less) to the process running the remote
connection. Likely you need to set `tramp-chunksize'. See the
description of this variable by applying "C-h v tramp-chunksize", and
follow the instructions.

Best regards, Michael.

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