Commit d6491e24 authored by Michael Albinus's avatar Michael Albinus

* tramp.texi (Top, Configuration): Insert section `Predefined

connection information' in menu.
(Predefined connection information): New section.
(Android shell setup): Make a reference to `Predefined connection
information'.
parent 15b263dc
2013-06-19 Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de>
* tramp.texi (Top, Configuration): Insert section `Predefined
connection information' in menu.
(Predefined connection information): New section.
(Android shell setup): Make a reference to `Predefined connection
information'.
2013-06-19 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* Makefile.in (version): New, set by configure.
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......@@ -214,6 +214,8 @@ Configuring @value{tramp} for use
* Customizing Completion:: Selecting config files for user/host name completion.
* Password handling:: Reusing passwords for several connections.
* Connection caching:: Reusing connection related information.
* Predefined connection information::
Setting own connection related information.
* Remote Programs:: How @value{tramp} finds and uses programs on the remote machine.
* Remote shell setup:: Remote shell setup hints.
* Android shell setup:: Android shell setup hints.
......@@ -542,6 +544,8 @@ Method}.
* Customizing Completion:: Selecting config files for user/host name completion.
* Password handling:: Reusing passwords for several connections.
* Connection caching:: Reusing connection related information.
* Predefined connection information::
Setting own connection related information.
* Remote Programs:: How @value{tramp} finds and uses programs on the remote machine.
* Remote shell setup:: Remote shell setup hints.
* Android shell setup:: Android shell setup hints.
......@@ -1727,6 +1731,35 @@ connection related information for this host, and opens the
connection again.
@node Predefined connection information
@section Setting own connection related information
Sometimes, @var{tramp} is not able to detect correct connection
related information. In such cases, you could tell @var{tramp} which
value it has to take. Since this could result in errors, it has to be
used with care.
@vindex tramp-connection-properties
Such settings can be performed via the list
@code{tramp-connection-properties}. An entry in this list has the
form @code{(@var{regexp} @var{property} @var{value})}. @var{regexp}
matches remote file names for which a property shall be predefined.
It can be @code{nil}. @var{property} is a string, and @var{value} the
corresponding value. @var{property} could be any property found in
the file @code{tramp-persistency-file-name}.
A special property is @code{"busybox"}. This must be set, if the
remote host runs a very restricted busybox as shell, which closes the
connection at will. Since there is no reliable test for this,
@var{tramp} must be indicated this way. Example:
@lisp
(add-to-list 'tramp-connection-properties
(list (regexp-quote "@trampfn{ssh, user, randomhost.your.domain,}")
"busybox" t))
@end lisp
@node Remote Programs
@section How @value{tramp} finds and uses programs on the remote machine
......@@ -1874,7 +1907,7 @@ key.
@var{tramp-password-prompt-regexp} handles the detection of such
requests for English environments. When you use another localization
of your (local or remote) host, you might need to adapt this. Example:
of your (local or remote) host, you might need to adapt this. Example:
@lisp
(setq
......@@ -2048,7 +2081,8 @@ You can instruct @value{tramp} by this form:
@end lisp
@noindent
with @samp{192.168.0.26} being the IP address of your Android device.
with @samp{192.168.0.26} being the IP address of your Android device
(@pxref{Predefined connection information}).
The user settings for the @code{$PATH} environment variable must be
preserved. It has also been reported, that the commands in
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