|rindolf||Majd: just use matrix inversion.|
Majd: help inv
|majd||rindolf, the inverse of the coefficients?|
|gavagai_||i use screen, what's the issue?|
|majd||times the constants, right?|
|b4||gavagai_, pgUp and pgDown|
|rindolf||Majd: have you studied Linear Algebra?|
|gavagai_||what does this say: echo $TERM|
|b4||it transforms the case of all letters to the end of the word|
|majd||rindolf, yeah i was multiplying by the actual variable names|
|gavagai_||usually these issues are because you have the wrong TERM setting|
|gavagai_||ok i may have a command to help|
|b4||it reeds "screen" when I do it from screen, and "xterm" when I am not in screen|
|gavagai_||but first is this on a mac by any chance?|
try to start the ssh connection with this command: export TERM=vt100 && ssh user@server
|b4||I noticed I do not have a .screenrc file..|
|gavagai_||you can also try TERM=xterm and other stuff|
|b4||ok I will try that|
|gavagai_||that command solved a problem of mine that was similar but not quite the same|
|rindolf||gavagai_: I think ssh should define an appropriate TERM.|
I recall vim misbehaving when TERM was vt100.
|gavagai_||ok maybe, i'll yield on the details for sure. :)|
|rindolf||Setting it to xterm or linux solved it.|
|b4||it did not work :/|
|gavagai_||ok try with xterm or linux like rindolf suggested|
|rindolf||b4: xterm is if you're using an X console implementation.|
Majd: you're welcome.
|b4||linux did not work|
Im using konsole..
it was xterm before I changed it
|rindolf||b4: xterm should be OK.|
b4: what problem are you having exactly?