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Subject: Re: seqChanShow oddities when running through procServ
From: Ralph Lange <ralph.lange@gmx.de>
To: EPICS Tech Talk <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2017 20:28:27 +0200
Which version of procServ are you using?
What is your client that you use to connect to procServ?

That sounds more like a problem between your client and the procServ server. Does your client do the telnet protocol? (Which would negotiate things like CR/LF behavior with the procServ server when you connect.)

Cheers,
~Ralph



On Fri, Jun 2, 2017 at 6:57 PM, Southern, Tim <t1o@ornl.gov> wrote:
Hi,

I have found an issue with the sequencer command 'seqChanShow', when logged into a softIoc via procServ telnet.
Running this command on a sequencer will output the first channel in the sequencer as expected. For some reason, the terminal does not recognize the linefeed command using the enter key to proceed to the next channel. Instead, I discovered you have to use cntrl-j ?

The sequencer command works normally for a sequencer I run locally?


I am running softIocs on the following systems:

RHEL Linux kernel -  2.6.32-642.1.1.el6.i686
EPICS Version - R3.14.11
Sequencer Version - seq-2.2.3

Regards,
Tim Southern



References:
seqChanShow oddities when running through procServ Southern, Tim

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