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On 12/3/07, Philip Hallstrom  wrote:
> Hi all -
>
> I connect to a FreeBSD server from OSX (via iTerm).  I then start up
> screen.
>
> And it resizes my windows to 80 characters wide.  This doesn't happen on
> linux.

It's more likely that it's an issue with iTerm. Screen can resize
dynamically if the term program works correctly.

That said, screen and the relationship to the termcap is always a
royal pain.  I use tcsh and I always throw something in my .tcshrc to
detect for the TERM environment variable value for screen and blow
away TERMCAP if it finds it.

 if ($term == "screen") then
    unsetenv TERMCAP
 endif

Syntax will be different for other shells.

- --
Andy Harrison
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