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Re: Little annoyance when saving on a FAT system though ssh

From: Michael Albinus
Subject: Re: Little annoyance when saving on a FAT system though ssh
Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 21:58:28 +0200
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Torsten Bronger <address@hidden> writes:

> Hallöchen!
> Michael Albinus <address@hidden> writes:
>> Torsten Bronger  writes:
>>> I use Tramp for editing a remote file trhough a ssh connection.
>>> The file is on a FAT32 filesystem.  When I write the file for the
>>> first time in the Emacs session, a buffer named *trams/ssh bob*
>>> opens with the following contents:
>>> (nil 1 0 100 (17216 3044) (17216 3045) (17216 3045) 461 33279 t (3 . 52893) 
>>> -1)
>> Is it a new buffer, or is it the minibuffer contents?
> It's a new buffer named *tramp/ssh bob*.

OK. But it's still something I've never observed. I would need more
information, about your local host, the remote host, what happened
during handshaking, the Tramp version, andandand.

Best would be you submit a bug report via "M-x tramp-submit-bug". This
would provide the needed information. Please append also the buffers
*tramp/ssh bob* and *debug tramp/ssh bob*. The following settings
would be helpful:

(setq tramp-debug-buffer t
      tramp-verbose 10)

Just one additionalquestion: does it happen only when the remote
filesystem is FAT32?

> Tschö,
> Torsten.

Best regards, Michael.

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