Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 20:28:34 +0100
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From: SAS User <sasuser@GUILDENSTERN.DYNDNS.ORG>
Subject: Re: Windows: disable "Message Log" dialog on cancelled job
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on Wed, Apr 30, 2003 at 01:18:30AM +0100, Alastair Nicol (calaban.madness@BLUEYONDER.CO.UK) wrote:
> try the -noterminal sas option
That seemed to be it, though my invocation script had other problems.
My support call to SI was necessary on these grounds.
Note to any SI staff watching: the documentation of the '-noterminal'
option does *not* make clear that this is one of the side-effects.
T'would be a useful add.
> SAS User wrote:
> >I'm running SAS/windows in batch mode.
> >The session is being launched from a bash shell, running in a terminal
> >window, launched from the Windows desktop, using Cygwin exported to a
> >Linux box, via ssh tunnel. This is due to breakage of Windows' ssh
> >authentication and shares access, which appears to be a fluid situation.
> >If I attempt to cancel a submitted SAS job with a ctrl-C or ctrl-Z,
> >SAS pops up an ever so helpful (not) "SAS Message Log" dialog on the
> >Windows desktop display. The same desktop which I am generally *not*
> >looking at.
> >This problem doesn't exist for sessions initiated by remote ssh
> >connection from the Linunx side, however there's that niggling little
> >problem of trying to access Windows shares then....
> >How does one disable this dialog?
Charming man. I wish I had a daughter so I could forbid her to marry one...