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comment less: Go to end of as much of the buffer as is loaded, not the actual end of the buffer
Ooh, nice, thank you! Is there a way to leave that mode again without leaving less entirely?
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accepted Line endings when using GNU Screen
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comment How can I edit multiple files in VIM?
AMAZE! I'd never come across this before, despite having used vim for years. This changes everything.
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May
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comment Line endings when using GNU Screen
Right, I've done a little more digging and have a better idea of what's going on. What I want is to disable GNU Screen's reparsing of CRLF sequences. I don't care sufficiently about the optimizations it provides, and would prefer to have the output match the output without Screen as much as possible. Is that possible?
May
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comment Line endings when using GNU Screen
That covers what's going on. Now how can I stop it doing that? Can I disable icrnl and onlcr in the .screenrc?
May
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comment Line endings when using GNU Screen
@HaukeLaging: As noted in the question, I can see the line contents in the PuTTY logs and in Python using Pexpect.
May
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comment Log in with specific shell at terminal login
Multiple entries with the same UID, then? Cunning!
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asked Line endings when using GNU Screen
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answered Log in with specific shell at terminal login
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