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[owner@bugs.debian.org: Bug#152978 acknowledged by developer (Re: Bug#152978: procps: Also on arm)]


Maybe someone can update procps and test, if the problem still occurs?
You can see on crest this bug, when you connect from multi-gnome-terminal
for example. When your terminal has 24 lines, top will use 25 lines, thus
making the first line to scroll out permanently... 
On potato systems there is no problem. And probably when connecting from
console to crest it will work as well...

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Subject: Bug#152978 acknowledged by developer (Re: Bug#152978: procps: Also on
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This is an automatic notification regarding your Bug report
#152978: procps: top misinterpreting terminal size on m68k,
which was filed against the procps package.

It has been closed by one of the developers, namely
csmall@eye-net.com.au (Craig Small).

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To: Jonathan David Amery <jdamery@ysolde.ucam.org>,
Subject: Re: Bug#152978: procps: Also on arm
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From: csmall@eye-net.com.au (Craig Small)
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On Tue, Aug 13, 2002 at 01:46:18AM +0100, Jonathan David Amery wrote:
>  Well, as the subject suggests, I was about to follow up saying that
> this bug also occurs on arm, however IRC's #debian-devel has informed
> me that this bug has been fixed (under ##127560-127561) already.  The
> fixed version certainly works on arm, and I don't see why it should
> work on m68k also...

You mean 127561 and 122617?

procps (1:2.0.7-9) unstable; urgency=low

  * Sanity checking for Number of CPU Closes: #127561, #122617
    This will keep the m68k and ARM boys happy.

I guess I can close this bug then.

  - Craig
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