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The init file ~/.emacs.d/init.el seems to be at the wrong place. It's better be at the home folder which is ~/ Besides, the code to inject the PATH contents into emacs seems wrong. So, comment them out and try adding the following into the ~/.emacs which is the most conventional init file for emacs and change ~/.bash_profile to whatever you use as the bash ...


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Eshell is not a terminal. It does not interpret any escape sequences. The program you are running is using escape sequences to control the position of the cursor, so that it can draw a fancy progress bar. All well-behaved programs will only do this if the value of the TERM variable indicates that it is supported; make sure that you aren't setting this ...


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ESC 7 and ESC 8 are terminal escape sequences that save and restore the cursor position. Eshell is a terminal emulator that only aims to run command line applications, not full-screen text mode applications. So it sets the TERM environment variable to dumb to indicate that it is a dumb terminal, i.e. a terminal that can only display text and move to the next ...


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