It sounds like there is nothing I can do about this. Don't other people
Myron Selby <address@hidden> writes:
I tried this and I get the following messages:
"buffer *tramp/ssh ...* has no process"
"itimer "itimer-0" signaled: (no-catch (nil) timeout)"
There are 4 buffers created.
*tramp/ssh ...#8022* and *tramp/ssh ...* are both empty
*debug tramp/ssh ...#8022* ends with:
# Found remote shell prompt.
# Initializing remote shell
# Sending command to remote shell: unset correct
*debug tramp/ssh ...* contains one line:
$ unset correct
I hope this makes more sense to you than it does to me.
It could be that Tramp does not always look for the same buffer name:
sometimes the "#8022" is included in the buffer name, and sometimes it
But it would be difficult to find out where it is happening. Hm.