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Item posted by Juergen Weigert <jnweiger> on Fri May 28 12:37:45 2004.

The mailing list mailto:screen-users@gnu.org, archived at http://mail.gnu.org/archive/html/screen-users is active again.

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Screen 4.00.03, frozen, can't reattach (posted by Timothy Miller, Sat Nov 20 22:19:33 2010)

When using gnu screen, I'm in the habit of just dropping the connection (I'll put my laptop to sleep, for example), and periodically, I have screen just refuse to allow me to reattach. I've tried to do some research on this.

This guy claims to have submitted a patch to fix it:
http://churchturing.org/w/screen/

While this thread claims that there is no good fix:
http://www.mail-archive.com/screen-users@gnu.org/msg02595.html

I've tried all sorts of things to get it unstuck. Attaching/detaching a debugger, various command-line options, sending signals, etc. Nothing works.

My situation seems different from the 2009 thread, because I'm not stuck in write(). Here's what the debugger tells me:

0x00007f59953073c3 in __select_nocancel () at ../sysdeps/unix/syscall-template.S:82
82 ../sysdeps/unix/syscall-template.S: No such file or directory.
in ../sysdeps/unix/syscall-template.S
(gdb) where
#0 0x00007f59953073c3 in __select_nocancel () at ../sysdeps/unix/syscall-template.S:82
#1 0x0000000000441ccc in sched () at sched.c:124
#2 0x00000000004062b0 in main (ac=<value optimized out>, av=<value optimized out>) at screen.c:1365

I'm assuming I found the right process, anyhow. There are no zombie clients running, so I can't kill any of those. This is the only process with 'screen' in the name:

millerti 12529 1 0 Nov03 ? 00:00:02 SCREEN

I haven't tried deleting the socket node, but since this seems to be a new problem, I thought it safer if I were to ask for advice before doing something that might make it impossible to find out what happened.

What should I do?

Thanks.


blog (posted by blogspot, Thu Jul 3 06:49:20 2008)


.screenrc and env variables (posted by Bijoy Thomas, Fri Dec 1 23:01:59 2006)

Hi all,

I trying to modify an environment variable in my
.screenrc file. I have that variable set in my .bashrc
file but when I launch screen, I want it to be set to
a different value by the .screenrc file. In my .bashrc
file I have

export WORK=~/work

I want this to be ~/work1 .. so I tried

setenv WORK ~/work1 in the .screenrc file but that
dint help.

I also tried using the shell command

shell bash --rcfile .blah, where .blah has
export WORK=~/work1

but then screen complains about the argument count to
the shell command.

Any ideas on how to do this?

Thanks,
Bijoy.


SSH Port Forwarding (posted by Larry Ploetz, Wed Nov 29 00:59:58 2006)

Well, I did a search and didn't come up with anything...

I'm trying to dynamically add port forwarding, local in this case, to an existing ssh session by using screen's paste. I have a file with lines like:

at otherhost stuff "~C-L 12345:thirdhost:22\015"

but when I source it, I see on otherhost:

ssh>

which is the expected prompt, but no "-L 12345...". Then, when I hit enter or control-c or other similar keys (but not alphanums) I get:

prompt > -L 12345:...
-L: Command not found.

I suspect the "~C" is getting me back to sourcehost, but subsequent stuffing only goes to otherhost's tty.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
- Larry


Mailing List Subscription Address (posted by Tom Purl, Tue Jul 18 18:16:37 2006)

Here's the link for the mailman page so you can subscribe to this mailing list:

* <http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/savannah-users>


keypad and .screenrc (posted by Asher Bond, Mon Aug 15 20:24:31 2005)

I would like to use the numpad in application mode by default. I'm using debian and zsh via ssh and the latest apt-get stable version of ncurses.

Is it possible to set up my .screenrc so that my numpad keys will use home, page up, page down, end, the arrow keys, etc?


   

 

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