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Re: unrecognized response warnings (solved!)

From: Rob Helmer
Subject: Re: unrecognized response warnings (solved!)
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 10:08:20 -0700
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Ok, I figured out what the problem was... 

I had this in my .login :

/usr/local/bin/bash -c 'echo -n -e "\\033]0; Dev Server\a"'

( it sets the title on my xterm to "Dev Server" so I can
tell where I am when windows are shaded ).

I guess CVS doesn't like it.. ;) I think I can make it
so CVS does not get this by looking at the env variables,
possibly TERM or DISPLAY.

Anyway, it's obviously not CVS related, but in case anyone
runs into this, it's probably just junk in your .login.. :)

Rob Helmer

On Fri, Sep 14, 2001 at 12:10:43PM -0700, Rob Helmer wrote:
> Hello,
> I started getting these messages the other day whenever
> I perform a CVS action, using SSH as a transport method
> ( local and pserver work, but these are not my preferred
> methods ).
> Here's the message in full :
> --
> cvs log: warning: unrecognized response `Valid-requests Root Vavalid-requests 
> Repository Directory Max-dotdot Static-directoryn-prog Update-prog Entry Kopt 
> Checkin-time Modified Is-modifiedUnchanged Notify Questionable Case Argument 
> Argumentx Global_opam wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set expand-modules ci co 
> update diove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag imprt 
> history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove wa init annotate 
> noop version' from cvs server
> --
> This happens for every CVS command I try.
> Also, it says "server does not support global -q" option if I
> have "cvs -q" in my ~/.cvsrc
> Any ideas on what causes this? I am able to do my work, but
> I know something must be wrong. I don't recall making changes
> to my working environment or to the CVS server around the
> time this started happening.
> Thanks,
> Rob Helmer
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