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OpenBSD enigma 11 years 9 months ago #7559

  • skynet3
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We have a OpenBSD box that is our gateway server.

Right now I can sit at the console and login into with root. But everything I type is not printed on the screen.

After typing "exit" it will log me off.

What can I type after I login to re-enable printing to the screen?

I've tried some variant of echo, but that still doesn't work.

I'm running OpenBSD 3.2

Thanks for all the help.
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Re: OpenBSD enigma 11 years 9 months ago #7568

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That is strange. It shouldn't affect it, but did you try selecting a different terminal emulator? Try editing /etc/profile to contain EXPORT TERM=xterm-color or EXPORT TERM=xterm or EXPORT TERM=vt220 -edit ~/.profile also if necessary-. Then log out and relog in
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Re: OpenBSD enigma 11 years 8 months ago #7625

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Output is probably being redirected out a the con line
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