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Re: remote tramp hangs

From: Raphaël Berbain
Subject: Re: remote tramp hangs
Date: Tue, 01 Dec 2009 22:46:40 +0100
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* Peter Dyballa:

> Am 01.12.2009 um 12:03 schrieb Raphaël Berbain:
>> In a nutshell, "/remotehost:" works, but "/address@hidden:" doesn't
>> work
> Because don't give the method! Your debug output shows that scp is
> being used...

My understanding of the docs is that /remotehost: as well as
/address@hidden: are valid tramp paths.  'tramp-default-method' being
"scp", they are equivalent to /scp:localusername@
remotehost:remoteuserhomedir (resp. /scp:address@hidden:roothomedir).
And (again my understanding of the docs), "scp" seems to be the method I
actually want to use.

Regardless of what parts are actually optional in a tramp pathname, I
see the same behaviour with e.g. '/scp:address@hidden:/root/.profile'.
Or any other functionally equivalent method (ssh, sshx, scpc, ...).

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