@tera Thanks, that solved the issue
Posts made by WillemHexspoor
RE: Switching apps results in a paused SSH session
Switching apps results in a paused SSH session
If I open an SSH session from the terminal app to my Ubuntu server, this process appears to be paused after switching from other apps back to the terminal app. I'm able to resume the SSH session with command fg %1, but after resuming the terminal acts differently. That means commands are echoed after pressing enter, but before executing them and arrow keys result in control characters (^[[A for arrow up, ^[[C for arrow right etc) being printed to the terminal.
This behaviour seems to be more an SSH issue, than an UT issue. Because the same happens if i send SIGSTOP to SSH sessions from laptop to server or laptop to UT.
The display behaviour is similar to this and this issue, but I checked in my case the shell is always bash and $TERM doesn't change before and after the pausing of SSH.
Is it possible to either prevent the SSH session being paused during app switching or to fix the terminal behaviour after resuming the paused session?
RE: Accessing network share for media
It's possible to mount SMB/CIFS shares from the command line.
First you need to install the cifs-utils package, which requires remounting root to make it writeable. Than the network share can be mounted with:
mount -t cifs -o sec=ntlmssp,username=user,password=pass,iocharset=utf8,vers=1.0,rw //servershare ~/'directory to mount to'
How to report same bug on different device and different software version?
I recently reported a bug for a Nexus 4 running OS build number 2018-W48. The same behavior is also present on a Nexus 5 running OS build OTA-5. Should I add this information to the existing report or is it better to file a new report?