trying to run term

trying to run term

Post by KBre » Mon, 25 Dec 1995 04:00:00



I am running the 1.3.35 kernel and trying to setup term on my pc.  When I
run the termtest program I get the following errors in the remote and
local logs.

Executing (1026): ./term -r -s off -n -d 2112 on test
Term version: 2.3.5
Reading file:  /root/.term/termrc
2112: gethostbyname: da_bronx: Non-recoverable hostname lookup error

Executing (1025): ./term -s off -n -d 2112 on
Term version: 2.3.5
Reading file:  /root/.term/termrc
2112: gethostbyname: da_bronx: Non-recoverable hostname lookup error

In addition, when I do trsh and tupload, the specified file does not get
copied to the designated directory.

What is this error?  Is there something wrong with my kernel?  How am I
supposed to perform the termtest for this process?

I specified -d 2112 when I ran termtest.  Is this correct?

Thanx in advance.


 
 
 

1. Term, trying to run it for 1st time??


Just a small bug in TERM. They forgot to update the version number. :-)

Terminal server on what kind of OS???

Run linecheck to find out which characters to escape.

Make or gcc. Look in the makefile if there is an entry for linecheck.

Otherwise try something like: gcc -o linecheck linecheck.c

Patrick Reijnen

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