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[Xen-users] pts/0 Screen hight


Has anyone the same problem, when I login remotly via ssh into a domX,
everything is fine until I use a tool like ntsysv or else, then the hight of the
terminal is half the regular size? In other words if I open a file with an
editor (say nano) it doesn't re ajust to my terminal size.

It remains like that until I logout login again.
I've used SecureCRT and putty. I'm on Xen 3.0 running FC4 as both dom0 and domU.

Anyone knows how to fix this?


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