On Mon, Mar 15, 2004 at 11:57:50AM +0100, Torsten Landschoff wrote: || I am currently fiddling with debootstrap as I am building my own || installer for a stripped down Debian router system. My problem is that || debootstrap is freezing my terminal and I can't find out why. I captured || the output and catting it to an xterm yields the same result. || || Interestingly it works fine on the Linux console and inside screen || as I just noticed. I still would like to know what's breaking xterm || in this output so if somebody wants to help or is curious please || have a look at || || http://people.debian.org/~torsten/debootstrap.capture Primary suspect: an escape sequence doing something weird to your terminal. And indeed: $od -Ax1 -tc debootstrap.capture | grep -B5 '\<033\>' 006f90 . 6 6 - 1 ) . . . \n \n S e t t 006fa0 i n g u p c o n s o l e - t 006fb0 o o l s ( 0 . 2 . 3 - 2 3 . 3 006fc0 ) . . . \n L o o k i n g f o 006fd0 r k e y m a p t o i n s t 006fe0 a l l : \n N O N E \n 033 ] R \n S e $ Looks like the console-tools setup produces an escape sequence. Ciao. Vincent.
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