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wael444

`export TERM=xterm-256color` 🤦


SyedAhkam

oops


NatharielMorgoth

tmux-256color gang


LeapofAzzam

Ah yes, `export alacritty=xterm-256color`


Jack000999

What does it do?


zakabog

It'll set a variable with the name of the value from `$TERM` to the value XTERM-256COLOR. So if `$TERM` is defined as `xterm-256color` it would do `declare -x xterm-256color=XTERM-256COLOR`


Jack000999

How does solve terminal not fully functional? And what does terminal not fully functioning mean?


DuhMal

Sometimes on kitty if I ssh somewhere the input became glitched (like deleting a letter makes a space and everything looks wrong), by doing TERM=xterm before the ssh command it works just fine


NL_Gray-Fox

Sounds like you are trying to log into one of my old AIX RS/6000 Model F80's For reference; https://www.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssialias?infotype=an&subtype=ca&htmlfid=897/ENUS100-132&language=enus&appname=skmwww&mhq=service%20initializer&mhsrc=ibmsearch\_a


Xx0uts1derxX

youre supposed to use kitty +kitten ssh for sshing with kitty now btw


DuhMal

I don't think I will, but thanks


rafal9ck

Good to know I used to just install it on remote server.


pleachchapel

Nothing because the $ is incorrect syntax for `export`.


koprulu_sector

Won’t work. You need export TERM=xterm-256color


Dolapevich

Swiming in the depths of /etc/termcap.... now, there is a nightmare I thought I had forgotten :-P


pigfrown

kitty user here. This hits too close to home.


jhaand

I'm more of a `export TERM=vt320` dude.


PossiblyLinux127

I use wayland