Re: [wmii] killall telnet kills wmii

From: Konstantin Kletschke <>
Date: Mon, 22 May 2006 11:31:51 +0200

Am 2006-05-22 10:53 +0200 schrieb Anselm R. Garbe:

> and wmii is not exit. Did you set any Xdefaults? Or do you run

The point is, it happens not every time, but once iin a while. May be I
forgot to mention this importand behaviour ;/

So it is not reproducible clearly :-(

Yes, I have a couple of ~/.Xdefaults...

XTerm*background: black
XTerm*foreground: lightgrey
XTerm*charClass: 33:48,37:48,45-47:48,64:48
XTerm*multiScroll: true
XTerm*jumpScroll: true
XTerm*metaSendsEscape: true
XTerm*font: 7x14
XTerm*boldFont: 7x14bold
XTerm.scrollTtyOutput: false
XTerm*saveLines: 9999
XTerm*termName: xterm-256color
XTerm*loginShell: true
XTerm*cursorColor: yellow
XTerm*color0: #000000
XTerm*color1: #b21818
XTerm*color2: #18b218
XTerm*color3: #b26818
XTerm*color4: #1818b2
XTerm*color5: #b218b2
XTerm*color6: #18b2b2
XTerm*color7: #b2b2b2
XTerm*color8: #686868
XTerm*color9: #FF5454
XTerm*color10: #54FF54
XTerm*color11: #FFFF54
XTerm*color12: #5454FF
XTerm*color13: #FF54FF
XTerm*color14: #54FFFF
XTerm*color15: #FFFFFF

> telnet as xterm argument?


> My xterm prints XTerm(209) if I perform xterm -version.


> $MODKEY-Return)
> wmiisetsid xterm &;;

I will test this.

Result will take a while since it is not reproducible.


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