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Hi, I've got strange problem: After added command perl do_sth_ob_bg.pl & to my .bashrc (yes, using bash), scp to that machine stops to work, it connects and hangs. After a ...
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- 12-24-2005 #1
SCP hangs with commands in .bashrc
I've got strange problem:
After added command
perl do_sth_ob_bg.pl &
to my .bashrc (yes, using bash), scp to that machine stops to work, it connects and hangs. After a while, it's dropped with timeout.
Anyone could explain it ? Any suggestion to work-around ?
Thanx a lot, merry xmas ))
- 12-24-2005 #2perl do_sth_ob_bg.pl &
- 12-26-2005 #3Originally Posted by anomie
srerucha@box:~> cat ~/bin/load.pl
open(LOAD,"/proc/loadavg") || die "Couldn't open /proc/loadavg: $!\n";
my @load=split(/ /,<LOAD>);
print "$host: $load $load $load at ", scalar(localtime);
- 12-27-2005 #4
I wonder if you could add that to a more appropriate place. Rather than the ~/.bashrc file, how about adding the entry to some place related to X?
Are you using KDE? If so, add it to ~/.kde/Autostart. If not, which desktop environment are you using?
If nothing is available within your desktop environment for this purpose, you could add the entry to the ~/.xinitrc file.
- 12-29-2005 #5
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I had the same problem. If bashrc contains any echo or similar commands, scp tries t parse the messages and gets confused.