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From: Helge Kruse <Helge.Kruse-nospam_at_gmx.net>
Date: Sun, 05 Apr 2009 08:46:53 +0200

uktedc_at_tiscali.co.uk wrote:
> I am a Linux user and I am using the intrepid ibix version.I am a new
> user and reading the book I have created a repository apparently
> without problem. I now want to import my files into the repository. I
> type in the command hit transmit and suddenly I am faced by a window
> telling me that my input has been ignored. Even worse the terminal has
> been closed down and everything I typed in has been thrown away. Once
> again I type it all in again trying hard not to make any mistakes and
> once again I get the window telling me my input has been ignored. Once
> again the terminal session closes down. After repeating this process
> four or five times my mind is filled with benign feelings for whoever
> it was who decided that putting an error message of no apparent value
> in a window of no apparent use is a acceptable solution .

It's hard to say what you are doing and I just dont have a crystal ball
at hands to say what you've seen before the window has been closed. But
something strange happens.... Let's try to give some hints:

- before you use the 'return' key copy the command you entered at the
shell to the clipboard. Paste it to the mail program you are using
showing it to readers in the list. This doesnt stress the readers'
crystal balls so hard.

- if you experience any unexpected close of a terminal session, start a
shell (i.e. bash) inside the window. Even if your command closes the
session, the window should not be closed, only the additional bash is
closed. This allows to report the result using C&P.



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