Re: aterm -C

Geoff Wing mason@primenet.com.au
17 Apr 1999 08:55:49 GMT


Coplan <coplan@thunder.ocis.temple.edu> typed:
:aterm -C
:Is there any way to set it so that it won't show the outcome of my .bashrc
:file?  (I have a few things in my .bashrc that cat files).  For some
:reason, it acts as a regular aterm.  I can write in it, I can envoke
:commands in it, I even see the prompt that I have set for it.  What's up
:with this?  How do I fix this?

It is a regular term which just happens to also catch console messages.
Why are you running bash in it if you don't want to use it as a term?

Regards,
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