Hello, I'm also fairly new.
This may be the same as original complaint.
I have also had problem using shell link. When connecting Fish seems
to put in extra cr/lf which takes top 3 lines of display off screen. mc
then doesn't rewrite that portion of display or the non active panel or
the lines at the bottom of screen.
All that gets rewritten is the active panel after next command
executed. Many years ago used to use a DEC PDP11 a little and Control
-R used to rewrite screen (if twenty years memory is correct). Have
tried that but it doesn't help.
Can't remember now whether problem occurs using PuTTy or SSh machine
to machine from terminal. I normally use KDE and Konsole.
On Sat, Dec 30 2006 2:56, Peter A. Kerzum wrote:
> On Thursday 28 December 2006 23:29, you wrote:
> > Hello Peter,
> > On Thu, 28 Dec 2006, peter kerzum wrote:
> > >>> First of all sorry for top posting =)
> > >>> Pavel, you don't understand most usual trouble in whole IT =)
> > >>
> > >> Maybe I don't - but a good problem report would make
> > >> it easier for me to understand.
> > >
> > > Yeah, I believe this particular discussion (mc in putty window on
> > > utf/non-utf linux) should leave its trace in some faq =) The
> > > trouble is not only border chars, but defunct keyboard with wrong
> > > TERM setting
> > This has been discussed on the mailing list many times. Searching
> > the archives should help. Setting TERM properly is vital for any
> > curses based app out there. I admit that it causes confusion but
> > this is how it works.
> Yeah, I just mean a capitalized guidelines for newbies which use
> putty in some reachable place like '
> in RHEL 4 set TERM=xterm
> in Debian X set TERM=whatever'
> I.e. hints on what correct TERM settings might be in different
> popular cases
> > > With shell link it takes a total of 30 sec, with 24 of them
> > > dedicated to the 'writing of data' and the next 6 to a pause
> > > obscure to me.
> > >
> > > As you can see, impact on larger files is even larger.
> > > And this was not LAN! I used to use Samba and NFS to copy music
> > > with MC at my home.
> > 2006-03-30 Dmitry Butskoj <buc at odusz dot so-cdu dot ru>
> > * fish.c (fish_file_store): Improve the upload speed by
> > using the `head' utility when possible. Fallback to a new improved
> > `dd' method if `head' is not availaible or just stupid.
> > I don't know how slack build their MC package . You may want to
> > check whether this patch is included - if it is not icluded you
> > could ask the maintainer to add it. It should make a difference.
> Sure, I'll check it. Is this part already a part of latest public
> releases? I just gave that warning in assumption that may be Chris
> lacks this patch too =)
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