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User & Date: tangent 2020-01-26 21:47:37
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2020-01-26
21:48
Whitespace fix check-in: e7411b636d user: tangent tags: screen-mgr-none-dtach
21:47
Markdown fix check-in: 936d63bd1c user: tangent tags: screen-mgr-none-dtach
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Improved explanation of new SCREEN_MANAGER=dtach option. check-in: 02377ee417 user: tangent tags: screen-mgr-none-dtach
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    use of a smart terminal, there’s a good chance it wants something
    else, such as a [Tek 4010][t4010] series terminal. These ANSI screen
    managers can therefore get in the way and mess things up.

    `dtach` doesn’t interfere with terminal escape code handling; thus
    this option.

*   **`none`**: Effectively aliases the `pidp8i` and `pidp8i start`
    commands, attaching the simulator to the local console. The `pidp8i
    stop` command becomes a no-op, since stopping the simulator is then
    done in the standard SIMH way: <kbd>Ctrl-E, quit</kbd>.

Note that the alternative screen managers are not installed by default.
If you set `SCREEN_MANAGER=tmux`, you must then ensure that `tmux` is in
fact installed before the `pidp8i` script goes to try and use it. On







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    use of a smart terminal, there’s a good chance it wants something
    else, such as a [Tek 4010][t4010] series terminal. These ANSI screen
    managers can therefore get in the way and mess things up.

    `dtach` doesn’t interfere with terminal escape code handling; thus
    this option.

*   **<tt>none</tt>**: Effectively aliases the `pidp8i` and `pidp8i start`
    commands, attaching the simulator to the local console. The `pidp8i
    stop` command becomes a no-op, since stopping the simulator is then
    done in the standard SIMH way: <kbd>Ctrl-E, quit</kbd>.

Note that the alternative screen managers are not installed by default.
If you set `SCREEN_MANAGER=tmux`, you must then ensure that `tmux` is in
fact installed before the `pidp8i` script goes to try and use it. On