Creeping along with ESS
rmh at surfer.sbm.temple.edu
Wed Apr 24 22:23:57 CEST 2002
You just detected a recently inserted glitch. It's harmless.
The options() statement is a new addition to ESS 5.1.20 that gives S/R
the information that you are running it from ESS. It is supposed to
be sent to S/R after the connection. It is useless information for the
unix prompt. It is now on my list to postpone that message to the right
place when using S+elsewhere.
Move the cursor to the end of the buffer with M-> or with the mouse.
you will be prompted for loginname and password.
You will then be at the unix prompt on the remote machine and can enter
S to start the S-Plus program.
What does it mean to say
> Trying to telnet seems to connect, but after being prompted for the
> password nothing happens.
does emacs freeze?
does the other machine say anything?
are you using
before typing the password itself?
Do you need to break out of an infinite loop with C-g?
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